7:30 PM BOE Reorganization Meeting
5:00 PM OBHS Graduation at OBHS
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Baymen Day, OBHS Auditorium
Oyster Bay High School’s 3rd Annual Science Research Symposium celebrated innovation and discovery as the District’s most passionate science students presented their research virtually, June 11. The evening was the culminating event for the District’s Advanced Placement (AP) Science Research Program.
As we get ready to celebrate Oyster Bay High School’s graduating Class of 2020, alumnus Alexander Tosi, Class of 2016, will officially graduate from the United State Military Academy at West Point this Saturday. School officials will proudly add his West Point photo to Oyster Bay High School’s gallery of Academy graduates located in the lower gym lobby of the building.
Due to the pandemic, the annual Breakfast for Valedictorians and Salutatorians hosted by the Nassau County Council of School Superintendents was canceled this year, so Oyster Bay High School Principal Ms. Sharon Lasher decided to host her own.
Inspired by those who make their mark on the world, Oyster Bay High School Valedictorian Aavi Gupta hopes to be remembered for something great. “I want to be one of those people who has contributed greatly through their life’s work and contributed to human knowledge,” he said. Setting his path for that extraordinary goal, Aavi is headed to Princeton University in the fall to study molecular biology/chemistry. He plans to continue on to medical school to become a physician.
Ten years from now, Oyster Bay High School Salutatorian Julia Cutajar hopes to be designing buildings and amusement park rides that are perfectly accustomed to those with special needs and/or complex medical conditions. Her passions for art & design and mathematics, coupled with her years of experience working with those with special needs, have put Julia on a clear path to making the world a better, more inclusive place.