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East Hampton High School

2 Long Lane
East Hampton, New York 11937 

Phone: (631) 329-4130
Fax: (631) 329-4210

 

 

 

Our Mission

The East Hampton High School Learning Community, united in purpose, effort, and commitment to academic excellence, will prepare students to enter higher education or the work force as contributing citizens of a democratic society in a changing world.

~Adam S. Fine, Principal

    2017 EHHS RYLA REPRESENTATIVES

The East Hampton Guidance and Counseling Department is happy to announce this year’s sophomore leaders to the Rotary Youth Leadership Association Retreat.  Congratulations to Talia Albukrek and Ravi MacGurn  who will be representing East Hampton High School from April 21-23, 2017 at the leadership program.  RYLA is a premier three day leadership conference for high school students led by high school students. Breaking all stereotypes, promoting self-determination, teamwork and self-realization, RYLA students cultivate lifelong relationships and expand their humanitarian skills in a safe and embracing environment.  The upcoming RYLA weekend is sponsored by Rotary District 7255 which includes Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk County. The students were selected based on their applications to the Rotary Youth Leadership Association. Congratulations to all sophomores who competed in the selection process for the 2016-2017 school year.

    

Regents Exam Schedule 2017

Bus Schedule for Finals 2017

 

 

 

News & Announcements

EHHS Music Department Takes Top Awards

EHHS Music Department Takes Top Awards Photo
157 East Hampton High School students traveled to Pennsylvania to compete in the annual Music in the Parks festival near Harrisburg, PA.  Each of the four groups, Band, Choir, Orchestra and Jazz Band, received awards for their performances, with the East Hampton Concert Choir receiving the first place award in their division.

National Latin Exam Winners

National Latin exam winners photo
Congratulations to Lily Mongan and Annelise Mendelman for receiving perfect scores on the National Latin Exam.  A total of 36 East Hampton High School students performed at an award winning level.

Long Island Science Congress Winners

science congress photo
Long Island Science Congress is an adjudicated exhibit of science projects by students of Nassau and Suffolk County.  Dr. Paul Rabito’s Methods in Research class and his Advanced Methods in Reseach students participated in this year’s competition. Participating this year were Brooke Santiago, Marketa Grant, Madison Jones, Alex Pantosin, Madison Schenck, Charlotte de Sousa, Jonathan Gomez Barrientos, Lateshia Peters, Keith Quihuiri and Catherine Wicker.  Congratulations to all!
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