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Oyster Bay High School

Address: 150 East Main Street, Oyster Bay, NY 11771
Main Office: (516) 624-6524
Attendance: (516) 624-6538
Fax: (516) 624-6684
Principal: Ms. Sharon Lasher
Asst. Principal: Mr. Robert LoCastro (Grades 7, 9, 11)
Asst. Principal: Mr. John Pardue (Grades 8, 10, 12)

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All seniors who wish to park on school property must submit the Student Driver Parking Registration document along with a copy of their driver's license, car registration and current car insurance. Please submit all douments to the main office.

School News

OBHS Fencing Star Named News 12 Scholar Athlete

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Congratulations to Oyster Bay High School senior Aurora Aschettino! This week, Aurora was featured as News 12’s Scholar Athlete Award Winner and received a $1,000 scholarship from Bethpage Federal Credit Union. We are so proud of not only her athletic achievements on the school’s fencing team, but her academic achievements as well! Watch the News 12 segment here:

Date Added: 3/22/2023

OBHS Students Meet Local Engineers

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Thirteen local engineers visited Oyster Bay High School on March 16th to engage in real world design problems with engineering and computer science students. The students had the opportunity to “munch and mingle” with professionals in various fields of engineering.

David Barton presented a real design challenge to students, utilizing the engineering design process and feedback systems to determine the best solution within the given constraints. Following the brainstorming session and share-out, students rotated amongst the engineers to focus on smaller design challenges which the professionals themselves brought.

In addition, two OBEN alumni led discussions during the event which was powerful for the students to see. These alumni were former engineering students which led to their current careers. Mr. Schlendorf and Ms. Malhar-Jain designed a great event for students to problem solve, apply what they have learned, and network with experts in the field.

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Date Added: 3/20/2023

Student-Athletes Honored for Winter Achievements

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Top winter athletes from Oyster Bay High School were recognized during the district’s board of education meeting on March 14th. Director of Physical Education, Health and Athletics Eric Bramoff announced the 24 student-athletes on stage at Oyster Bay High School and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Francesco Ianni presented each with a certificate. Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were honored:
Noelle Boruta – All Conference
Aidan Joannon – All Conference
Anastasios Pollatos – All Conference
Themie Voumvourakis – All Conference
Emma Curry – Scholar Athlete
Lauren Emerson – All County
Alexandra Nicole Flores – Coaches Award
Brianna Hyde – All Division
Aurora Aschettino – Brentwood Tournament Champion, All County 1st Team, All Long Island, County Champion and News 12 Scholar Athlete
Leonardo Cecere – All County 2nd Team
Lauren Pinnock – All County Honorable Mention
Nicholas Ramirez – All Country 2nd Team
Scarlett Shelley – All County Honorable Mention
Jason Sun – All County Honorable Mention
Jeffrey Sun – All County 1st Team
Winter Track
Austin Aschettino – All Conference
Zachary Greene – All Conference
Andrew Jennette – All County and All Conference
Oliver Keczmer – County Champion and All County
Omek Kumar – County Champion and All County
Nicolette Lewis – All Conference
Christopher Tardugno – All Conference, Conference Champion, All County and County Champion
Nathaniel Wick – County Champion and All County
Alex Zavala – Conference Champion and All Conference

Date Added: 3/17/2023

OBHS Students Present “Bye Bye Birdie”

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Students from Oyster Bay High School shined on stage from March 10-12 during their production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” The production was directed and choreographed by Teriann Chiappardi and took place in the Oyster Bay Performing Arts Center at the high school.

The talented cast took audiences back in time to the late 1950s as they told the story of Kim MacAfee, played by OBHS student Brooklyn Matt, her family and her small Ohio town that gets rocked when teen idol Conrad Birdie, played by OBHS student Marco L. Vlacich, comes to town. Birdie is about to be drafted into the Army and arrives to town for a farewell television performance where he will kiss MacAfee, one of his biggest fans. The students kept audiences laughing and fully entertained with high energy musical numbers and interesting characters.

Oyster Bay High School’s own student-musicians provided the music under the direction of Matthew Sisia and members of the school’s Baymen Backstage Club, led by teacher Alexander Dollin, provided the lighting and sound design. In addition, the production’s cast and crew built and painted the show’s set from scratch and did a wonderful job incorporating it into the story.

The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District congratulates the entire cast, crew and pit on a spectacular production!

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Date Added: 3/15/2023

Students Unite for American Sign Language Lesson

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Third and fourth graders from James H. Vernon School learned the art of American Sign Language on March 3rd with the help of Oyster Bay High School students in Nicolle Sisia’s College American Sign Language class. The high schoolers, consisting of juniors and seniors, popped into classrooms to teach the elementary students how to communicate using different signs.

Leading up to the visit, the high schoolers were split into groups of three. They then prepared two of their own ASL lessons on a topic of choice such as colors, family, transportation and sports. The high schoolers rotated classrooms and kept the young students engaged by teaching signs in creative ways. They also conducted fun activities related to their topic to test student knowledge. This included facilitating games such as ASL bingo and a matching game with photos. It was a great experience for both the high school and elementary school students who were able to learn something new.

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Date Added: 3/9/2023

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