• Award-Winning Poetry Presentation

    Herricks High School junior Mia Carranza earned a third-place award at Nassau Community College's regional Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 8. This event encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation.

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  • Read-A-Thon Raises Money for Ronald McDonald House

    With the generosity of families and friends who sponsored our students for reading to help support the Ronald McDonald House, the Herricks Middle School sixth grade raised over $11,000 this past month!

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  • The Herricks Mock Trial Team Wins 1st Competition

    The Herricks Mock Trial team was happy to win its first competition against Bethpage High School on February 13, 2019.

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  • Two Herricks Musicians Win First Place at MYO Concerto Competition

    Herricks High School student Ju Young Yi and Herricks Middle School student Carolyn Lau each won first-place in their respective divisions at the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition, held at the Congregational Church of Huntington in Centerport. They were among only a few Long Island students invited to participate based on recordings they submitted through a competitive application process.

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  • Big Wins for Herricks at Jazz Festival

    Herricks High School students participated in the 51st Annual Berklee College of Music High School Jazz Festival during the weekend of Jan. 26 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Each year the festival hosts top ensembles from across the East Coast in competition that showcases some of the best young jazz musicians in the country.

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  • Herricks Science Staff Gain Experiences to Bring Into Classrooms

    On Feb. 5, the Herricks High School science faculty members experienced a full day tour of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Facility. The tour was hosted by the Entergy corporation and facilitated by Mr. Patrick Falciano. Looking back on the experience, teachers truly valued the day and have acquired new-found knowledge that can now be shared to Herricks students for years to come.

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  • Searingtown School Raises Over $8,000 for the American Heart Association

    Through the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge, Searingtown students had fun learning jump rope skills, how their heart works and how to make a difference in the lives of others by raising money to help kids with special hearts.

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  • Herricks Writers Rack Up Pages of Awards

    Herricks High School is pleased to announce regional Gold Key, Silver Key, and Honorable Mention honorees in the 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for the Northeast Writing Region-at-Large. Presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, this program provides opportunities for students to receive recognition, exhibition, publication and scholarships.

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  • Herricks Virtual Enterprise Business Heads to Semi-Finals

    Herricks High School’s Virtual Enterprise business, Infinity Bars, successfully participated in the Long Island Trade Show and Business Plan Competition on Jan. 9. Ninety-six Long Island Virtual Enterprise teams were contenders at this event, held at LIU Post. Herricks High School’s group is among only 11 that will now advance to the Long Island Oral Business Plan Competition Semi-Finals.

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