500 Great East Neck Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7100

 

Principal:

Dr. E. Vassallo

Assistant Principals:

Mr. M. Devane
Mr. S. O'Leary

Welcome to the West Babylon Senior high School. West Babylon High School is a comprehensive high school that offers a diverse academic program while promoting the arts, business and technology, and family and consumer sciences. Our students are being made college and career ready in order to succeed in the 21st century workplace and the world. Our Social, Emotional and Academic Learning program, entering its sixth year, parallels  the Dignity for All Students Act, and is the foundation for creating a safe learning environment in which our students can learn and develop the emotional competencies that lead to success in the 21st century world for which they are being prepared.

Our co curricular activities, including our athletic teams, mirror this focus. and add to the total development of our students.  Groups such as our GSA and LEO clubs lead the school in activities that teach acceptance, compassion, empathy and service to others.  Our students develop their leadership skills in the classroom, in their clubs and organizations and on the athletic fields.  They are ready when they leave the high school to assume these roles and successfully further their studies and work.

   


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Successful Student Council Collection

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In the spirit of the holiday season, the Senior High School’s Student Council collected 341 toys and raised $1,444 to be donated to the John Theissen Children’s Foundation. The student council members also decorated 65 doors throughout the school to keep up the holiday spirit.

Students Join Honor Society Ranks

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The Senior High School held its New York State Business and Marketing and National Technology honor societies induction ceremonies on Dec. 14.

To qualify for either of these honor societies, sophomores and juniors must have a minimum of two units of business/marketing education or technology education coursework, and seniors must have three units of business/marketing education or technology education coursework.
    
In addition, the student must maintain a GPA of 88 in business/marketing education or technology education course as well as a minimum overall GPA of 80. All Business and Marketing or Technology Honor Society candidates must also demonstrate good character, leadership qualities and service to their school and/or community.

This year’s Business and Marketing Honor Society inductees were: Robert Aguanno; Zach Babary; Jennifer Bonilla; Rocco Longo; Christopher Martocci; Vincenzo Martucci; William Marvin; Michael McAlvin; Michael McMahon; Michael Meo; Alexis Oliver; Grace Rosati; Matt Seibert and Jack VanDoran.
    
National Technology Honor Society inductees included: Hannah Aebli; Gabriella Catozzi; Irwin Chugh; Kyle Chugh; Matthew Downey; Audriy Fosfakovskyy; Sophia Mandich; Jaclyn Mazza; Sharjeel Owais; Andrew Pastore; David Rakowski; Colin Reiff; Rehan Satti; Meghan Smolenski; Dominic Sora; Bryce Trama; Kacper Tworogolski; and Emily Welliver.

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Two Named Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalists

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Seniors Mary Chasen and Nikki Wieman have been selected as semifinalists in the 2016-2017 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.  

Based on their leadership skills, academic achievements and community service, the pair were chosen out of more than 87,000 applicants.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. One hundred and fifty Coca-Cola Scholars finalists are selected each year to receive this $20,000 scholarship.

Standout Track Stars

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Select members of the girls varsity winter track and field team competed in the Rhode Island Classic Invitational in Providence, Rhode Island, on Dec. 27. This meet consisted of teams from the Northeast region of the U.S. There were a number of great standout performances, including:
• 4 x 400m relay team – First place (Brittany Korsah, Nadja Ashley, Dana Beggins, and Paige Keefer); fastest time in New York State this winter season (4:04.16)
• Sprint Medley relay team – Second place (Korsah, Ashley, Nadine Keefer, P. Keefer)
• Distance Medley relay team – Fourth place (Hannah Heller, P. Keefer, Tara Hauff, Beggins)
• Nadja Ashley – Fourth place ¬– long jump
• Brittany Korsah – Fourth place – 300m run
• 4 x 800m relay team – Fifth place (Heller, Natalie Haab, N. Keefer, Hauff)

Also competing in the meet were eighth-graders Georgia DiVisconti (hurdle relay), Ellie Downey (DMR), Josephine Critchley (DMR), freshman Jamie Cozzi (hurdle relay) and seniors Alexsandra Hernandez (DMR), Cansel Cebeci (DMR, hurdle relay, shot putrRelay), Tiffany Loachamine (hurdle relay), Abby Navas (shot put relay) and Erinrose Patruno (shot put relay).