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Locust Valley High School Driver Education Program


General Information

Program Coordinator: Ms. Helene Levitt



Office Phone: (516) 277-5540

or text (516) 817-6066


   Letter From Mr. DiClemente Regarding Fall Driver's Education



Frequently Asked Questions
General Semester Information
A Parent Guide to NYS Graduated Driver Licensing Law (GDL) for
Long Island

Mandatory Parent Meeting Power Point, Fall 2020
Driver Education Program Rules, Fall 2020

DMV Identity Requirements
Nassau County Traffic Court - Information
Local Village Traffic Courts - Contact Information
Parent Guide to NYS LI Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL)

NYS DMV Parent's Guide to Teen Driving

Parent and Student Forms:

Form MV-262 50 Hours Supervised Driving
Form for Traffic Court Visitation

Applications will be posted online on these dates:

Semester Online Date
after 3:00 pm
Summer Feb 15
Fall May 15
Spring Nov 15

SPRING 2021 Semester

Registration Period
       Nov 15th, 2020 - Jan 15th, 2021 

Important Dates:

Date/Time Event

  Mon, Nov 16th, 3:30 pm

Online applications available (Adobe® Reader® is required). Press on arrow below.

  Fri, Jan 15th, 3:30 pm 

Registration ends. Email a picture of your completed application to

  Fri, Feb 12th, 2:45 pm

Accepted Applicants will receive a confirmation email/text.


  Wed, Feb 24th, 7:00 pm on                     Google Meet



Parent/Guardian MANDATORY Meeting on Google Meet to receive class assignments and program schedule. (Students are STRONGLY encouraged to attend).


Mon Mar 1st  


First day of classes. Have your permit available for driving and lecture. You will not be allowed to participate without it.

Click here for DMV Identity Requirements

SPRING 2021 Registration  

If you'd like to place your name on the waitlist for a closed registration period,
email Helene Levitt at with your request.

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Class of 2023 Blanket Sale

The high school Class of 2023 is raising funds through a blanket sale. Stay warm and cozy this winter while supporting the Class of 2023 and showing your Falcon spirit!

Click here to order.

Coat Drive

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The high school's Interact Club is hosting a coat drive from Dec. 7-21. Drop off gently used coats at the high school main entrance or outside the main office.




Falcon Wear Fundraiser

The High school's Athletic Council is holding a Falcon wear fundraiser this week only.

You can support this club and show your Falcon spirit by ordering here no later than Dec. 6:

2020 Falcons Basketball Honored by Town of Oyster Bay

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On Nov. 25, the Locust Valley High School 2020 Girls Basketball team was honored by the Town of Oyster Bay for clinching the Nassau County Class A Championship this past spring. The Falcons had an undefeated season (23-0) and were headed to the Long Island Championship game before the pandemic cut post-season play short. The team will always be our champions! Congratulations Falcons!

Locust Valley High School Embraces Season of Giving

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Locust Valley High School students and staff joined forces to collect Thanksgiving meals for those in need this holiday season. A total of 18 baskets and 8 tote bags full of food were collected, ensuring that 26 families will have traditional Thanksgiving meals and some extra goodies on their tables to enjoy with their families. The generous Locust Valley High School community also collected $200 which was used to purchase gift cards and additional food items to add to the donations. Organized by high school social worker Bidania Criscuolo, the food drive supported the Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club as well as families in need who aren't associated with the club. Special thanks to high school juniors Marilu Famiglietti and Janelly Vasquez for assisting Ms. Criscuolo with assembling the baskets.

“It fills me with pride to be part of a school community that puts others first,” said Superintendent of Schools Kenneth E. Graham, Ed.D. “On behalf of the entire district, I thank our selfless, caring students and staff members for going out of their way to help others.”