500 Great East Neck Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7100

 

Principal:

Dr. E. Vassallo

Assistant Principals:

Mr. T Colletti
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.

   

June 2, 2015 Regents Information

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2015 Regents Tutorial Schedules

English Regents Extra Help Schedule
Math Regents Tutorial Schedule
Science Regents Tutorial Schedule
Social Studies Regents Tutorial Schedule

Final Exam Tutorial Schedules

Final exam tutorials not listed can be obtained from the classroom teacher directly
Foreign Language Tutorial Schedule
Social Studies Final Exam Tutorial Schedule

 

Schedules are subject to change at any time without prior notification.
Please consult with the classroom teacher with any questions or concerns.

 

 

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Announcements

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Five West Babylon Senior High School senior-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue playing their sport at Division III colleges/universities.

The district congratulates these athletes on their outstanding accomplishments and wishes them continued success.

Dan DiMaio – St. Joseph University - Baseball
Dashea Edwards – State University of New York at Oswego – Wrestling
Joe Granieri – Immaculata University – Baseball
Ricky Lindsey – State University of New York at Oswego – Wrestling
Robert Mandich – City College of New York – Baseball


Safe Driving is a Senior’s Passion

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West Babylon Senior High School student and Students Against Destructive Decisions President Samantha Mammarella is the recipient of the Suffolk County High School Principals Association/Allstate Safe-Driving Award for her determined efforts to raise awareness of distracted driving. She was recently honored for her efforts during the SCHSPA luncheon in April.

Mammarella has been an active member of SADD for the past four years, having participated in the Halloween Party event to encourage safe driving. She and SADD members also draw messages in chalk about safe driving on the high school walls during the annual Chalk Walk. She also assists in the Celebrate My Drive campaign by hanging posters about texting and drinking while driving and obtains pledges from peers and staff not to drink or text behind the wheel.

One additional way in which Mammarella touts the dangers of unsafe driving is by taking a central role of the Grim Reaper, who coordinates the Day of the Dead event. On this day, students are taken out of the class, their faces painted white and their tombstone hung in the hall, to represent an unsafe driving death. The escorting of students out of their classes provides non-participating students with a powerful display of the consequences of drunk driving, SADD advisor Chris Jonasson explained.

“I believe that kids are really starting to see the importance and understand the effects of safe driving,” Samantha said. “We show students that it is not just their life they’re going to impact and possibly save, but many others.”