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2508 Union Blvd.
Islip, NY 11751

School Hours: 7:20 a.m. – 1:58 p.m.

 

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All Offices: (631) 650-8300
Main Office: (631) 650-8301
Fax: (631) 650-8308
Principal’s Office: (631) 650-8305
Assistant Principal's Office:  (631) 650-8315
Dean of Student Support Services Office: (631) 650-8320
Guidance Office: (631) 650-8350
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Mr. Jon LaRochester, Principal
Islip High School


 

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A Message from the Principal:

Islip High School Community,

We have finally completed the development and review of the Spring Semester Cohort Calendar beginning on Monday, January 4, 2021, which you will find linked in the sidebar of this page. This calendar reflects the complete schedule for the Gold and Purple Cohorts while identifying the Day 1/Day 2 Schedule. The calendar also reflects holidays, scheduled snow days, and our June testing period, which is still to be determined. As decisions regarding NYS Regents Examinations are made by the NYS Education Department, we will update our June testing to reflect these changes.

Thank you and please feel free to call my office or the IHS Guidance Department at the numbers listed above if you have any questions.

 
Sincerely,

Jon LaRochester - Principal

 

 

 

HS Recognizes Student-Athletes at Awards Ceremony

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On June 10, Islip High School recognized its outstanding athletes with a memorable awards ceremony in the school auditorium led by John Sparacio, the district’s director of health, physical education and athletics.

  

HS Dedicates Courtyard Bridge to 2016 Alumna Erika Macrelli

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The high school recently honored Class of 2016 alumna Erika Macrelli, a member of the school’s ecology-oriented Keep Islip Clean club, by dedicating a new bridge in the school courtyard to her memory. The June 7 ceremony featured a ribbon-cutting by Macrelli’s family and the release of more than a thousand ladybugs into the courtyard’s Insect Hotel.

“Within a day or two of learning about Erika’s passing last December, teachers, community members and 2016 alumni were already asking what could be done to recognize a student who brought a luminous spirit and beautiful smile with her whenever she walked into the high school,” said science teacher and KIC club adviser Wayne Mennecke. “The new bridge design was chosen with input from the Macrelli family for its sunrise pattern, which expresses hope, optimism and anticipation. It was assembled by KIC students and placed above the courtyard pond so that future classes of Islip students can continue to appreciate this spot the way Erika did as a member of KIC. The plaque affixed to the bridge is inscribed with Erika’s name and the phrase ‘Forever Loved,’ a perfect description for how Islip feels about Erika today and always. Islip always finds a way to work together as a community in support of a family in need. That level of kindness and generosity will extend into the next school year with future beautification projects in Erika’s name and by designating National Cancer Awareness Day on Nov. 7 as Erika Macrelli Day at Islip High School.”

“I did not have the pleasure of knowing Erika, but I can tell you that her spirit, her wonderful nature, is something that is a part of Islip,” said Principal Jon LaRochester. “We are fortunate that there are many people here that she was able to interact with. This is an exciting day because it is the first of what we hope to be many steps to continue to expand upon her dreams and create an environment that she would be proud of.”

  



Honoring Excellence at the High School’s Senior Awards

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The high School held its senior award ceremony on June 9, bestowing recognition and scholarships on dozens of deserving members of the Class of 2021. The presentation was streamed live from the school’s auditorium for families and friends to view.

The afternoon event kicked off with a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” performed by Tyler Cirulnik before Principal Jon LaRochester took the podium to welcome the many recipients.

“You are all leaders,” LaRochester told the seniors. “You all continue these wonderful traditions of achievement and rigor and excellence. Not only are you great students, you are great men and women. We congratulate you on your achievements.”
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HS Recognizes Terrific Top 10%

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The high school recognized 23 seniors on June 8 for placing in the school’s top 10 percent. Administrators honored valedictorian Lauren Callaway and salutatorian Jessica Chan as well as Anjalee Appalsammy, Lucy Arrillaga, Michael Bonilla, Tracy Chen, Devin DePass, Elizabeth DeSimone, Alanna Earls, Emma Gardner, Mackenzie Howell, Emmie Jensen, Adon Johnson, Sheyla Lopez, Michael Maisano, Jaelyn McCracken, Victoria Pearsall, Eric Pepe, Erin Quinn, Cooper Riley, Claudia Rodriguez Rojas, Sophia Sabatino and Sally Voska.

Kirch and Palacios Sign to Play College Sports

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High school seniors Courtney Kirch and Jeff Palacios signed national letters of intent on June 3 to continue their athletic careers in college this fall. Kirch will play softball for Suffolk University in Boston, while Palacios will play soccer for Five Towns College in Dix Hills. Both students were congratulated by their coaches and Athletic Director John Sparacio.