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About LVHS

Welcome to Locust Valley High School, a student-centered school that stresses excellence in an environment of high expectations and high support. Our size is ideal with fewer than 700 students allowing individuals to be well known and appropriately recognized for their unique and special talent. Our gracious and expansive surroundings provide a clean, safe and attractive environment for students. Above all, Locust Valley High School is an academic institution that challenges students to reach their highest level.

Students at Locust Valley High School are encouraged to participate in our wide array of college-level courses and research programs, as well as study our numerous elective offerings. Outside of the classroom, students enjoy a broad array of co-curricular and extra-curricular options. Our journalism program and school newspaper are recognized perennially as among the finest in the State of New York. Locust Valley's music program is highly rated, with one-third of the student population enrolled and numerous students receiving All State recognition. The majority of our students participate in extracurricular activities; and despite our relatively small size, Locust Valley fields teams in fifteen varsity sports.

We welcome your interest in our school and encourage you to contact us by e-mail or telephone if you have further questions.

Girls Basketball Clinches Class A County Championship Title

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Congratulations to the girls varsity basketball team and coaches on earning the Class A County Championship title. The Falcons defeated Floral Park 43-34 in the county finals at Farmingdale State College on March 7.

  

Girls Basketball Heads to County Finals March 7!

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The varsity girls basketball team leaped right into the county finals after defeating Manhasset 53-45 in the leap day semifinal game.The Falcons will take on Floral Park in the county finals on Saturday, March 7 at 2:30 p.m. at Farmingdale State College.

Come out and cheer the undefeated Falcons on to victory!

 

Locust Valley Artists Honored

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The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
 
The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit has been canceled due the closure of the facility. 

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School:
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School:
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School:
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
 
The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship

Senior Qualifies for State Track Championships

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Senior Nina Cialone qualified for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Indoor Track & Field Championships for the second year in a row. She will compete in the long jump and triple jump at the Ocean Breeze Track & Field Athletic Complex in Staten Island on Saturday, March 7.

Nina has competed in winter track for five seasons. She earned All Conference honors in long jump and triple jump for the past two years. During that time, she also earned the title of All Conference and All County champion in triple jump and All County champion in long jump. 

Nina continued her success this year becoming both Conference Champion and County Champion in both the long and triple jump on her way to qualifying for the state meet.

Congratulations to Nina and good luck at the state competition!

State Wrestling Champion!

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Congratulations to senior Gage DeNatale, the NYSPHSAA Champion at DII- 132 lbs.

Gage took the title at the state tournament in Albany on Feb. 29.

Way to go Gage!