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General Semester Information
Note: Dates and times in the table below are approximate.
Exact dates and times are published in the application.
 

Semester Approximate Registration Period Approximate Class Dates Time Commitment
Summer Jan 15 to
Mar 15
6 weeks
Early July thorugh mid-August
 
Varies from
2 hrs/day, 5 days/week
to
4 hrs/day, 2 and 3 days/week
Fall Mar 15 to
May 15
Early September
through
late January
Varies from
1.5 hrs/day, 2 days/week
to
3 hrs/day, 1 day/week
Spring Oct 15
to
Dec 15
Late January
through
mid-June

Varies from
1.5 hrs/day, 2 days/week
to
3 hrs/day, 1 day/week

 

Monday Night at the Movies - March 25

All community members are invited to attend a free screening of high school student films on Monday, March 25 at 7 p.m. in the high school mini-theater.

Many of these films have been entered in the Locust Valley High School Film Festival at which LVHS students often win awards.

See attached flyer for more information.

 

 

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Coupons for the Troops

The high school's Interact Club is collecting coupons to send to the troops.

The collection will take place from April 1-17, 2019.

See attached flyer for details.

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Bringing the Community Together

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Locust Valley and Bayville seniors were treated to a performance of “The Drowsy Chaperone” at Locust Valley High School on March 17. Performed by the Locust Valley Jesters, the musical provided laughter, romanceand impressive singing and dancing.

Organized through the Locust Valley and Bayville senior centers, tickets to the show were provided at no cost. Following the performance, these special guests were treated to an intergenerational dinner in the high school cafeteria, served by members of the student government.

The entertainment wasn’t over when the curtain fell. Following dinner, the cast of “The Drowsy Chaperone” sang one last encore in the cafeteria.

“What joy it was to watch different generations breaking bread together and sharing their love for theater, school community, and each other,” said Acting Superintendent Carl Bonuso, Ed.D. 

Five Star Performance by LVHS Jesters!

Collage of four scenes from the high school spring musical

The Locust Valley High School Jesters entertained audiences during three stellar performances of  “The Drowsy Chaperone” March 15-17. Set in the Jazz Age, the musical provided the perfect stage to highlight the singing, dancing and acting talents of the Locust Valley High School actors.

The Jesters’ comedic timing resulted in roaring laughter from the audience, and applause for their singing was endless. 

The story opened with a man in a chair putting on his favorite record, the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The Jesters then brought the record to life with the man, played by Locust Valley High School senior Alim Merchant, pausing the record to share his commentary on the actors and the plot during various scenes. 

This musical within a comedy brought energy to the Locust Valley High School auditorium, and the Jesters should be proud of the professional performance they presented.

Lip Sync Battle - March 26

Don't miss the entertaining performances during the high school's Lip Sync Battle - an entertaining evening that supports the Class of 2019.

Tuesday, March 26

7 p.m.

High School auditorium 

Tickets are $10 at the door.

 

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