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Sachem High School East

177 Granny Road,
Farmingville, N.Y. 11738Principal: Mr. Antonetti
Assistant Principals: Mr. Cariddi , Mr. Perlongo, Mrs. Pesce, Ms. Flanagan
Phone: (631) 716-8200


The mission of the Sachem High School East community is to educate and graduate young adults who achieve personal excellence through the principles of respect, recognition, responsibility, opportunity, belonging, and security.

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In the News

‘Deck The Poles’ with the Farmingville Chamber of Commerce

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On Dec. 3, the Work Based Learning Club from High School East, led by Business teacher William Ward, joined forces with the Farmingville Chamber of Commerce to spread holiday cheer. Rain did not dampen spirits, as families arrived to pick up items to decorate lamp posts along Horseblock/Portion Road.

The group set up base at Triangle Park in Farmingville where they tested lights, unfurled garland, tightened bows and handed out zip ties. Families in the community then decorated their own lamp post, which can be seen by all from now through the holidays!

Thanks to the Farmingville Chamber of Commerce for the free hot chocolate and the experience to make a difference in the community!

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Date Added: 12/6/2023

Former Professional Athlete Connects With Students

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Chris Herren, a former professional basketball player who played in the NBA and overseas, visited Sachem High School East on Nov. 28 for a powerful presentation about addiction and substance use prevention. Sophomores gathered in the building’s auditorium where they first watched a video about Herren’s life, journey to the NBA and struggles with drug abuse.

Herren then came out to speak with students, noting the importance of looking at addiction with a different lens, changing the focus from the last day to the first day. He emphasized the importance of positive self-esteem and self-worth. Students walked away from the presentation feeling empowered to make positive life choices and to start conversations around wellness.

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Date Added: 12/1/2023

Sachem Student-Athletes Commit to Colleges

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Sachem Central School District senior student-athletes committed to playing their respective sports at the collegiate level during the district’s fall signing day on Nov. 28. Thirty-seven student-athletes wore apparel representing their future schools and signed their national letters of intent. They were surrounded by their families, coaches and district administrators who celebrated this accomplishment and next step in their athletic careers.

Congratulations to the following student-athletes:

Sachem High School East

* Gio Amesti – soccer, Juniata College
* Alex Apicella – baseball, James Madison University
* Madelyn Barone – basketball, St. Joseph's University
* Alexis Berger – basketball, DeSales University
* Isabella Canda – gymnastics, SUNY Brockport
* Leah Campos – soccer, SUNY Cortland
* Anthony Carlo – lacrosse, Limestone University
* Mia Colombo – volleyball, SUNY New Paltz
* Colin Dellomo – lacrosse, Belmont Abbey College
* Nicholas DiSipio – lacrosse, SUNY Maritime College
* Elizabeth Ferrara – field hockey, University of Scranton
* Kristen Gallagher – soccer, SUNY Old Westbury
* McKinley Hessemer-Soto – field hockey, Belmont Abbey College
* Sienna Hillicke – lacrosse, Georgian Court University
* Carmine Jaconi – lacrosse, Merrimack University
* Ava Lovergine – soccer, Merrimack College
* Jenna McDonald – soccer, SUNY Plattsburgh
* Riley McPartland – gymnastics, Rutgers University
* Liam Neimeth – lacrosse, Belmont Abbey College
* Sara O’Sullivan – lacrosse, Queens University of Charlotte
* Nyah Sinkler – soccer, SUNY Cortland
* Ava Stunder – field hockey, Wingate University
* Alexia Tavantzis – soccer, Mercy University
* Jeannemarie Tomaselli – acrobatics and tumbling, Long Island University

Sachem High School North

* Shannan “Shae” Connors – lacrosse, College of Mount Saint Vincent
* Angie DeLuca – softball, St. Joseph’s University
* Olannah Fikes – lacrosse, Stony Brook University
* Lisa Heffernan – lacrosse, Pace University
* Makayla Hiller – volleyball, SUNY Old Westbury
* Jenna Jacques – lacrosse, Misericordia University
* Mark Kenny – lacrosse, Misericordia University
* Sarah Magliaro – lacrosse, SUNY Oneonta
* Emily Scali – soccer, Kutztown University
* Hannah Sconti – soccer, Binghamton University
* Ashley Sinatra – soccer, Juniata College
* Deandra Wladyka – lacrosse, Misericordia University
* Sofia Zumbrunn – lacrosse, Southern Connecticut State University

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Date Added: 11/29/2023

A Glimpse Behind the Gridiron at MetLife Stadium

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Sports & Entertainment Management classes at Sachem High School East went on their annual field trip to MetLife Stadium. Students learned all about the behind-the-scenes management, marketing and the enormous operating costs that go into running a first-class, professional multipurpose sports venue. They were informed about the many possible career opportunities involved in the sports and entertainment industry, as well as other aspects of business, hospitality and tourism.

Date Added: 11/29/2023

All-County Musicians in Sachem

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The Sachem Central School District is proud to announce that 21 talented student-musicians from its two high schools have been selected by the New York State Council of Administrators of Music Education to participate in the prestigious 2023 All-County Music Festival. The annual festival features the top musicians from across Suffolk County.

Congratulations to the following Sachem students:

• Jabiel Aqueron, HS East – All-County Choir, Bass 1
• Dreshta Boghra, HS North – All-County Band, Oboe
• Owen Cavanaugh, HS North – All-County Band, Flute
• Jeremy Cruz, HS North – All-County Choir, Bass 2
• Ava Daw, HS North – All-County Choir, Soprano 2
• Ashley Edgar, HS North – All-County Choir, Alto 1
• Jacob Flores Zeranski, HS North – All-County Orchestra, Violin
• Robin Gillespie, HS North - All-County Band, Percussion
• Lydia Hicyilmaz, HS North – All-County Band, Clarinet
• Isabella Licata, HS East – All-County Choir, Soprano 2
• Ryan Panzarino, HS North – All-County Band, Alto Saxophone
• Matthew Peluso, HS East – All-County Choir, Tenor 2
• Seraphina Ptaszynski, HS East – All-County Choir, Soprano 1
• Brandon Rivas, HS East – All-County Band, Euphonium
• Matthew Rivas, HS East – All-County Choir, Bass 1
• Anthony Romano, HS North – All-County Band, Alto Saxophone
• Jaden Rudnicki, HS East – All-County Band, French Horn
• Christopher Sneider, HS North – All-County Orchestra, French Horn
• Brooke Tate, HS North – All-County Choir, Soprano 1
• Kylie Trojcak, HS North – All-County Choir, Alto 1
• Colin Veraszto, HS North – All-County Choir, Tenor 2

Acceptance into the NYSCAME All-County Ensembles is a high honor obtained only by the most talented and dedicated music students from across all of Suffolk County, which is perhaps the most competitive county in New York state when it comes to musical performance. As it is a prestigious festival, highly sought-after conductors from across the nation are selected to lead each ensemble. It is quite an honor for these students to work with such seasoned professionals.

The NYSCAME All-County Festival concert took place on Nov. 17 at Northport High School. The students had just three rehearsals during a week and a half to prepare for the event. The concert was a tremendous success due to the hard work of the students, their teachers, and their conductors. Sachem’s 21 participants are truly among the top student musicians in New York State.

Congratulations to these talented musicians on this impressive achievement!


Date Added: 11/28/2023

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