Katie Seccafico is a naturally upbeat, positive-thinking and good natured young woman. The Huntington High School senior has thrived over the past four years, completing challenging courses, starring on sports teams, participating in after school clubs and serving in elected student government office.
Casey Moskowitz has danced her way into the hearts of everyone at Huntington High School over the past four years. The senior has decided that when she graduates in June with fellow members of the Class of 2018 she will move on to study at the University of Miami.
Amelia Reilly’s sensational four year run at Huntington High School is nearing an end. The senior will graduate in June, so she’s laying out plans for the future. She intends to continue her education at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Alex LaBella has enjoyed such a good experience while playing football at Huntington High School that he’s excited to keep his career going at Hobart College next fall.
Sam Bergman is one of Huntington High School’s most intense athletes and he’s a great student, too. He’s looking to keep his momentum going in the classroom and on the football field after he graduates in June and has decided that SUNY Brockport is the place to do it.
Clay Jamison went on a tour of colleges in recent weeks and then he spent some time trying to figure out where he could best accomplish his academic and athletic goals. When it came time for the Huntington High School senior to make his decision, the choice was easy for him: Hobart College in upstate Geneva.
Huntington High School senior Alexandra Lourenso is still several months away from graduating with the Class of 2018, but the teenager has already mapped out plans for the future.
Quinn Blackburn’s winning smile and engaging personality can win over anyone. It’s done just that over the past four years at Huntington High School where the teenager has captured the respect of affection of classmates and faculty members.
Adina Kirkland is closing out her time at Huntington High School with the same drive and determination she demonstrated from her earliest days as a Washington Primary School kindergartener.
Sigrid Cassell isn’t sure what she wants to study in college, but she knows that SUNY Purchase is the place she intends to explore academic and career possibilities. The Huntington High School senior has committed to play lacrosse at the “quirky” state college.
Huntington senior Isabella Piccola has signed an NCAA Division II letter of intent to play lacrosse at Pace University in Pleasantville.
Ryan Gorecki is headed to Florida Southern College to play on its lacrosse team after signing an NCAA Division II letter of intent. The Huntington High School senior is interesting in studying accounting and business.
Sarah Agrillo knows all about the ups and downs of being an athlete. She’s been sensational with the Blue Devil lacrosse team and was also forced to the sidelines for most of last spring after sustaining a knee injury requiring surgery to repair. The Huntington High School senior recently experienced one of the highs of sports, signing an NCAA Division I letter of intent to play for Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
Nicole Abbondandelo loves to run. She enjoys it so much and she’s so good that the Huntington High School senior is taking it to the next level, signing an NCAA Division I letter of intent to compete on the Lehigh University cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field teams.
Emma Greenhill enjoys playing lacrosse so much and she’s so good at it that the next step in her career seems obvious. The Huntington High School senior has signed an NCAA Division I letter of intent to attend James Madison University in Virginia and play on the lax team there.
Amber Stieve has made it official. The Huntington High School senior signed an NCAA Division I letter of intent to play lacrosse at Old Dominion University.
Colby Martin weighed all his options, talked it over with his family and reached a decision. The Huntington High School will be attending Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh and playing on its lacrosse team.
Year after year, Huntington High School’s senior class has been an exceptionally talented group of young men and women. Among Class of 2017 members, 90 percent of graduates are moving on to college studies with the rest headed to branches of the United States military, vocational and technical programs, a “gap” year before beginning college or immediate full-time employment.
Huntington’s most recent graduating seniors were accepted into a broad array of top tier colleges, including many of the leading universities in the world. The teenagers earned millions of dollars in academic and athletic scholarships and awards.
Among the Class of 2017, 40 percent earned Regents diplomas; one percent qualified for a Regents diploma with honors; 32 percent obtained Advanced Regents diplomas; 23 percent earned Advanced Regents diplomas with honors and four percent qualified for local diplomas.
Huntington seniors have long sparkled as scholars, athletes, musicians, actors, artists, engineers and scientists and mock trial courtroom warriors. They have taken leading roles in community service initiatives and humanitarian projects and have captured every conceivable honor.
All seniors who are in good standing may leave the building during their lunch periods. They must leave their I.D. cards at the designated area before they leave. All seniors must have a signed Agreement for Senior Privileges form on file in the Main Office.
Seniors may also park in assigned spaces in the school parking lot. A permit must be obtained in the Security Office.
Seniors who return to school late from lunch due to car problems or accident must call the Dean’s Office (673-2007) as soon as possible before the end of the school day in order for the lateness or absence to class not to count as a cut. A follow-up call by the end of the same day from the parent is also required to substantiate that this absence was not a cut. Seniors who return late without a valid reason will lose their senior privilege for one week. Subsequent infractions will be handled progressively.
Mascot: Blue Devils
Principal: Brenden Cusack
Asst. Principal: Joseph DiTroia
Asst. Principal: Gamal Smith
1-631-673-2001 Main Office
1-631-673-2132 Attendence Hotline
School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.