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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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School News

School Spirit Shines at OBHS During Baymen Sports Tip-Off

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Oyster Bay High School hosted its first Baymen Sports Tip-Off on Nov. 22. The special event was coordinated by Eric Bramoff, director of physical education, health and athletics, to celebrate the beginning of the winter athletic season and to spread school spirit.

Students gathered in the school’s gymnasium during the last period of the day for a fun-filled pep rally where the winter athletic teams were announced. Following the pep rally, the school hosted an exciting round robin volleyball tournament for students and staff. Twelve teams signed up to participate and showed off their best volleyball skills.

Each team dressed for the tournament with many teams expressing their creativity with themed attire. Music filled the gymnasium courtesy of the DJ booth and concessions were sold throughout the event by the Oyster Bay High School cheerleaders.

The junior varsity boys volleyball team earned first place in the tournament. Congratulations to Alex Arnedos, Aryan Gumaste, Andrew Jeanette, Ian Lubin, Lucas Sansone, Luka Verbanac, Freddy VonBargen and Aidan Windhausen.

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Date Added: 12/5/2022

Oyster Bay-East Norwich Students Support Those in Need for Thanksgiving

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Ahead of Thanksgiving, students and staff throughout the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District worked together to give back to their community with school-wide food drives. Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, James H. Vernon School and Oyster Bay High School collected boxes of canned and non-perishable food items to donate to Saint Dominic’s Church for families in need this Thanksgiving.

Oyster Bay High School’s food drive was hosted by the school’s student council. Some teachers got involved in the important cause by starting a friendly competition between classes to see who could collect the most food. Teachers Keegan Harris and Dave Pontillo held a class collection competition, Team Harris vs. Team Pontillo. The class that collected the most food items received Dunkin Donuts, courtesy of the teachers.

At James H. Vernon School, student council members hosted a food drive which resulted in more than 1,000 cans of food being donated. The students took a trip to Saint Dominic’s Church to drop off the collection and to help sort the canned goods.

Students and staff at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School donated approximately 8-10 medium boxes filled with canned/packaged food. School social worker Jennifer Ruffo ran the collection in the building.

“We had a great turnout leading up to Thanksgiving,” she said. “Families in need look forward to this event each year.”

The food drives were a great way for the community to come together and support those in need this holiday season.

Date Added: 11/22/2022

Oyster Bay High School Announces Class of 2023 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

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Oyster Bay High School seniors Sophia Dean and Zachary Lachman were named the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively for the Class of 2023. Aside from their exceptional academic skills, both have been valued members of the Oyster Bay student body.

Sophia is a member of the school’s Science Honor Society, treasurer of the Foreign Language Honor Society and the secretary of the Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society, the Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society, and the National Honor Society. As a junior, she was recognized as an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and has received many accolades throughout her high school career. This includes the Renaissance Award for Citizenship, and excellence awards in English, math, science, social studies, and world language.

With a strong passion for dance, Sophia has been part of Mossa Dance Academy throughout high school and has received many awards for her performances. She is also the team captain of the Oyster Bay High School varsity cross country team and spring and winter track teams. Aside from her athletic skills, she is a valued member of the school’s interact club, birthday wishes club and is the social media coordinator and treasurer for the student council. Sophia is also a student mentee for the Future Research Program at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Zachary is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and has taken eight AP courses at Oyster Bay High School. He is currently taking four more during his final year. He is also the president of the Science Honor Society and the Math Honor Society. Zachary has earned many awards for his academic excellence. This includes the Rensselaer Medal Award for outstanding academic achievement in mathematics and science, and awards for excellence in mathematics and science.

Apart from his academic skills, Zachary is a true leader. He is a member of the leadership board at St. Dominic’s Church Youth Group, the captain of the school’s varsity basketball team and the captain of the mathletes team. This past summer, he attended the National Student Leadership Conference where he a created a start-up business and presented it to leadership class. In addition, Zachary has tutored his peers in various high school mathematics and science subjects and is also a member of the varsity track and field team.

The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District congratulates both students on this outstanding achievement and wishes them the best of luck in the future!

Date Added: 10/27/2022

OBHS Students Honored by National Hispanic Recognition Program

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Five students from Oyster Bay High School recently earned the National Hispanic Recognition Award from the College Board. Seniors Aurora Aschettino, Jaiya Chetram, Daniel Rivera and Dylan Sattar and junior Christopher Dean were recognized with the prestigious honor for their academic achievement.

Students are considered for the National Hispanic Recognition Program if they identify themselves as Hispanic American or Latinx and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. They must have also scored exceptionally well on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test or PSAT 10 or earned a score of 3 or higher on two or more Advanced Placement Exams.

Although this is not a scholarship program, students can include the honor in their college and scholarship applications, helping them stand out during the admissions process. The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District congratulates all five students on this outstanding achievement!

Date Added: 10/14/2022

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