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Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108
Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108
Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108

 

Welcome to Locust Valley High School - Home of the Falcons!

 

Patrick DiClemente, principal
Phone: 516-277-5100
Fax: 516-277-5108
pdiclemente@lvcsd.k12.ny.us

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February Green/White Calendar 

Letter Regarding Remote Learning Day.... Spanish Letter Click Here

Grade 9 Parent/Student Welcome

PSAT Letter to Sophomore & Junior Families 

PSAT Letter to Sophomore & Junior Families - Spanish

Letter to Students & Families - Sept. 8, 2020

Letter to Students & Families, Sept. 4, 2020

Letter to Students & Families, Sept. 4, 2020 - Spanish

High School Reopening Plan

2020 Welcome Letter

2020 Welcome Letter Spanish

 

 

 

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Senior Quote Deadline March 5

Senior quotes and how students want their names to appear in the yearbook are due Friday, March 5. 

This information should be submitted using the Google Form that can be found in the Yearbook Class of 2021 Google Classroom. If a senior has not signed up for this Google Classroom they should email Ms. Brandveen for the classroom code.

LVHS Student Newspaper - February Edition

 

Read the latest high school news written by the staff of The Spectrum:

The Spectrum

Two LVHS Seniors Named National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists

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Locust Valley High School seniors Emily Barosin and Jenna Halpin have been named National Merit Scholarship Program finalists, having advanced in the competition after being named semifinalists in September. This is an exceptional accomplishment, as the College Board bestows this honor upon less than 1% of high school seniors nationwide each year. 

The College Board shares the names of finalists with colleges and universities, making Emily and Jenna now eligible to receive scholarships of $10,000 toward their college educations. These scholarships can come from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, corporate sponsors or the universities they attend.

Emily is an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate, a member of the National Honor Society and Foreign Language Honor Society, president of the Model United Nations Club and a member of approximately seven high school organizations ranging from Stage Crew and Cheerleading to the Ethics Bowl, History Bowl and Quiz Bowl. She is also on the track and field team. Emily loves to sing and uses that passion as a member of the high school’s concert chorale.

Emily’s community service activities include teaching Hebrew language skills and values to second graders at her synagogue, where she has also served as co-president of the youth group and assistant to the youth coordinator. She volunteers with her grandfather at a soup kitchen and works part time as a math and Hebrew tutor for regular education and special-needs students. 

Jenna takes International Baccalaureate classes and is Back the Blue Club vice president, Athletic Council Concession manager, varsity field hockey captain and founder of the Student Leadership Activities Club. Jenna is also a member of the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, Tri-M Honor Society and the high school band. She is on the varsity lacrosse and indoor track teams. 

Jenna was selected as a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She was chosen as one of only two representatives from Section VIII and joined a team of 22 high school students from the state’s 11 athletic sections. She was recently recognized with Nassau County Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan’s Kids of Distinction award.

Jenna serves as a volunteer coach for a youth field hockey team and as a volunteer with e-Buddies, a program in which she and others serve as pen pals for developmentally disabled students. 

Congratulations to Emily and Jenna on this elite accomplishment! 

Basketballs Players Recognized

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Two Locust Valley High School Falcons, Lindsay Hogan and Luke Paniagua, have been named as Newsday’s Top 100 Basketball players. Newsday published the top 100 girls and top 100 boys basketball players lists this week as the teams played their first games of the season.

As boys varsity basketball senior captain, Luke is a returning starter who earned All-County honors as a junior. A complete basketball player, Luke excels at every aspect of the game. During the 2019-2020 season, Luke averaged 14 points, six rebounds and three assists per game for the Falcons. He had a season high of 26 points against West Hempstead. Varsity boys basketball coach Dan McAndrews said Luke is a “team first player and a pleasure to coach.”

Lindsay is a junior who has been playing varsity basketball since her freshman year and, as a sophomore, was a starter on the 2019-2020 undefeated county championship team. She hopes to continue playing in college and is being recruited by many top academic and athletic institutions. Varsity girls basketball coach Michael Guidone said Lindsay is “one of the best outside shooters on Long Island who also averages over five assists per game, the mark of a true team player.”

Congratulations to Lindsay and Luke for being recognized for their success on the court!

Latest Edition of Soundwaves

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Check out the latest edition of Soundwaves.

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