• Symposium Celebrates Science Research Students

    n Thursday, May 31st, the first ever Science Research Symposium was held in the Old Gym of Herricks High School with great success! Science Research students in grades 9-12 showcased their research in poster boards, as members of the Herricks Board of Education, District Adminstration, building supervisors, teachers, parents and Herricks High School science research alumni viewed students’ scientific research work.

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  • Herricks Model UN Club and Model UN Class Host Our 12th Annual Model UN Conference

    On the afternoon and evening of Friday May 25th, following 3 months of intense preparation, the Herricks Model UN Club and Model UN class hosted our 12th annual Model UN Conference. 200 students attended including participants from Wheatley, Manhassat and Uniondale school districts as well as over 100 Herricks students. The event began with opening ceremonies that included speeches from current Secretary General Davina Lee and Herricks alumni and former HMUNC Secretary General, Daniel Thomas. Both speakers prepared the delegates well for the challenges of Model UN debate which involves representing countries and people in complex negotiations to find solutions to some of the most intractable problems.

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  • Herricks Scores on the AATI National Italian High School Contest Examination

    On March 28, 2018, sixteen students of Herricks High School World Language Italian Program sat for the AATI National Italian High School Contest Examination. Over 5,000 students throughout the nation took this rigorous exam, testing students’ knowledge of the Italian language and culture. We are proud to announce that AATI awarded eight of our students with silver and bronze medals.

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  • Denton Students Among 12 Posters Selected for the CAPS Bully Prevention School Calendar

    Each year, several thousand Long Island 3rd and 4th graders compete in CAPS (Child Abuse Prevention Services) Bully Prevention and Poetry Contest. After participating in the CAPS Bully Prevention program organized by Ms. Mirabile, our school Social Worker, Denton students were invited to submit a poster or write a poem for the CAPS contest. The work of two students in Mrs. Nicole Kaye’s class, Adithya Patnam and Sean Ryu, were among the 12 posters selected for publication in the CAPS Bully Prevention School Calendar.

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  • Herricks Congratulates Three National Merit Scholarship Winners

    Three Herricks High School seniors have been awarded National Merit Scholarships, as announced by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation on June 6. Nicole Garcia, Nicolas Ryan and Brian Yang were selected by sponsor colleges after attaining National Merit Finalist status this winter and Semifinalist standing in the fall as a result of their PSAT scores and academic excellence.

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  • Middle School Ensembles Earn Superior Ratings at LI Music Festival

    Honors Ensembles from Herricks Middle School participated in the Long Island Music Festival on June 1 at Suffolk Community College. The Chamber Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Band, and Wind Ensemble, under the direction of teachers James Ludwig, Krista Weis, Geoffrey Taylor and Nana Aomori, respectively, all received "Superior" ratings.

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  • English Scholars Write Right in Herricks

    The English Scholars Programs at Herricks Middle and High schools hosted their annual exhibition of student work for guests to view and enjoy. The Middle School’s showcase was held on May 25, when parents, administrators, faculty members and students had the opportunity to tour an assortment of displays in the library media center. The High School held two events – one on the evening of May 31 for parents and other guests, and another during the day on June 1 for students and staff members. All were held in the buildings’ respective library media centers.

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  • Herricks Honors Commitment to Collegiate Athletics

    Thirteen Herricks High School students gathered with members of the Board of Education, Administration and coaching staff on May 30 to celebrate their commitment to collegiate athletics. These seniors have signed National Letters of Intent and will participate on sports teams at various colleges and universities.

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  • Herricks HS Presents Presidential Volunteer Service Awards

    Herricks High School has presented 51 students with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. This distinction reflects their efforts in going beyond academic expectations and devotion of hundreds of hours of time to help others. During a gathering held on May 31, honorees were presented with certificates in recognition of their commitment to service.

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  • Young Musicians of Searingtown Salute Those Who Have Served

    On May 29, the Searingtown Elementary School Chamber Club visited senior citizens at the Herricks Community Center and presented an uplifting patriotic Memorial Day salute. More than 80 students performed favorites such as “The Star Spangled Banner,” “Chester,” “Yankee Doodle,” “American Patrol,” “Dr. Dixieland” and “1812 Overture” before an adoring audience that clapped and sang along.

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  • Budding Young Composer at Herricks High School

    At a Herricks High School concert held on May 22 in the auditorium, the Concert Orchestra presented the world premiere of "Legacy." This piece was written for string orchestra by Michael Pacciullo, a sophomore and talented trombone player in the Wind Ensemble. The music department was very proud to feature him as a "composer-in-residence" for this concert series.

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