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Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108
Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108
Kieran McGuire, Principal
Phone: 277-5100
Fax: 277-5108

 

Welcome to Locust Valley High School - Home of the Falcons!

 

Patrick DiClemente, principal
Phone: 516-277-5100
Fax: 516-277-5108
pdiclemente@lvcsd.k12.ny.us

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High School Parents' Council Coffee with the Principal - Jan. 12, 9:30 a.m. - Click for invitation - (Click here for Spanish.)

 

Letter Regarding Cancellation of January Regents

 

2021-22 High School Welcome Letter

2021-22 High School Welcome Letter Spanish

 

LVMS Presents Matilda, Jr.

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Middle school thespians will bring talent and energy to the stage during a performance of Matilda, Jr. on Saturday, Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. in the Locust Valley Middle School/High School auditorium. Bring the entire family to this fun family night! No tickets are needed.

 

Falcons Recognized by Town of Oyster Bay

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The Town of Oyster Bay recently recognized the Locust Valley High School boys soccer team for clinching the Nassau County championship and honored last year’s boys golf team for taking the county and Long Island championships.

Each team was presented with individual certificates for their achievements, as well as a team citation from Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino.

Additionally, each team received a commemorative sign that will be placed on school property to celebrate these outstanding Falcons!

Date Added: 1/10/2022  

Kindergarten Registration is Now Open

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Dear Residents:

Welcome to the kindergarten registration process! We look forward to welcoming your child into the Locust Valley school community and encourage you to complete your registration packets by Feb. 28, 2022.

Forms can be found at this link. You may complete the forms and submit them electronically. For those families that prefer to complete the forms on hard copies, the packets may be picked up at the Administration Building at 22 Horse Hollow Road in Locust Valley.

Please be sure to attach your child’s birth/baptismal certificate or passport to certify proof of age. Children eligible for September 2022 kindergarten must be five years old on or before December 1, 2022. Proof of residency is required even if you already have other children in our school district. Without the proper required documents, we will not be able to process your registration.

Children will not be admitted to kindergarten until all required immunizations are complete and the physical examination form, signed by a New York State physician, is returned.

In May 2022, incoming kindergarten students will be scheduled for their screenings with the team at both buildings. The dates are May 23rd, 24th, and 25th at either Ann MacArthur Primary School or Bayville Primary.

If you have any questions, please contact the District Registrar at 516-277-5065 or 277-5066.

We look forward to welcoming your kindergartener to our schools!

 

Date Added: 1/05/2022


Read All The High School News!

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The staff of Locust Valley High School's student newspaper, The Spectrum, have proven that their journalism skills are top notch with their latest publication. Read the December issue attached below.

 

 

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Winter Concerts Kick Off Holiday Season

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There is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than through live music, and Locust Valley student musicians provided concerts to accomplish just that. From high school and middle school, right down to the intermediate schools, live chorus, band and orchestra performances were enjoyed by in-person and Livestream audiences. While it had been some time since musicians took to the stage, their performances proved that their hard work and dedication to their music had never stopped. Kudos to the musicians and the music staff throughout the district for bringing music back to our schools so successfully.