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Class of 2024

Class of 2024 Headlines

 Diana Rich and Hibernian John Broderick flank the SEPTA Award recipients
June 20, 2023

Huntington SEPTA Presents Seniors with Scholarships

Huntington UFSD’s SEPTA chapter presented $3,000 worth continuing education scholarships to six members of the high school’s Class of 2024, including Cain Carney, Christian Chabla-Leon, Daniella Flores-Ramirez, Abigail Hopson, Riley LaCosta and Jeffrey Rodriguez-Moreira. Each of the awards includes a financial stipend of $500.

 Yuliana Hernandez-Perla is the recipient of the Howard Munson Memorial Scholarship.
June 18, 2023

Yuliana Hernandez-Perla Captures Howard Munson Scholarship

Yuliana Hernandez-Perla isn’t afraid to put her head down and work hard. An ability to focus on a job the needs to get done has been one of the keys to the teenager’s success. The Huntington High School senior is this year’s recipient of the Howard H. Munson Memorial Scholarship Award, which honors one of the town’s legendary business figures.

 Charlotte Gordon surrounded by her parents and school officials at the valedictorian's luncheon.
June 17, 2023

Charlotte Gordon Hosted at Suffolk Valedictorian’s Luncheon

Charlotte Gordon was among the county valedictorians feted at a luncheon hosted by the Suffolk County School Superintendents Assn. at Villa Lombardi’s. The Huntington High School student is No. 1 academically in the Class of 2024.

 Charlotte Gordon surrounded by her parents and school officials at the valedictorian's luncheon.
June 17, 2023

HHS Field Day 2024 is Spectacular

Huntington High School’s Class of 2024 enjoyed a spectacular day last Thursday, celebrating with each other at a breakfast on the Blue Devil Stadium track, signing each other’s yearbooks and competing during field day activities spread across the turf field.

 Livi Camarata gave a chilling, crushing performance. (Darin Reed photo (2)
June 17, 2023

Liva Camarata Crushes Performance at Awards Ceremony

The 56th annual Blue Devil Senior Athletic Awards ceremony culminated in memorable fashion when junior Liva Camarata sang live a chilling, crushing version of the Joni Mitchell classic hit, “Both Sides Now,” accompanied by her mom Kayte on piano as a film of the year’s highlights was played on the Huntington High School auditorium’s large screen.

 T. Christopher Pettit Memorial Scholarship receipient Daniel McNulty with Lara Pettit-Breingan.
June 14, 2023

H-ton Seniors Garner $20K in Pettit Scholarships

T. Christopher Pettit’s name will forever be etched in granite as one of Huntington High School’s most spectacular scholars, leaders and athletes.

 Principal Brenden Cusack with the Blue Devil Discipline, Desire & Dedication Award recipients. (Darin Reed photo.)
June 14, 2023

Blue Devil Discipline, Desire & Dedication Awards Presented

Principal Brenden Cusack presented the Blue Devil Discipline, Desire and Dedication Awards at Huntington High School’s 56th annual senior athletic awards ceremony on Thursday night in the auditorium.

 Huntington Fire Dept. Ex-Chief Neil Getter with Samantha Koepele (3)
June 14, 2023

Samantha Koepele Garners Mazoyer Award for Economics

Huntington High School senior Samantha Koepele has garnered the Huntington Fire Department’s Honorary Chief Ray Mazoyer Award for Economics. It carries a stipend of $500.

 Supt. Beth McCoy with the Gold Key Award recipients. (Darin Reed photo.)
June 14, 2023

Blue Devil Athletes Capture Suffolk Gold Keys

A group of 17 spectacular Huntington High School athletes was presented with Section XI Gold Key awards at the 56th Blue Devil senior athletic awards ceremony in the auditorium on Thursday night

 Huntington senior David Dorilus Dax is headed to Stony Brook University.
June 13, 2023

David Dax Wins Justin Giani Memorial Scholarship

David Dorilus Dax has overcome so many challenges that it’s clear no obstacle is too great to stop the Huntington High School senior from accomplishing his goals. The teenager is headed to Stony Brook University to study economics and finance in the fall.

 Huntington senior David Dorilus Dax is headed to Stony Brook University.
June 13, 2023

Blue Devil Duo Wins Town Scholar Athlete Awards

Huntington Town Board members honored Huntington High School seniors Kate Barba and Thomas Girimonti for their outstanding scholarship, community service and athletic achievements.

 Huntington senior Angel Villatoro plans to study chemical engineering at Stony Brook University.
June 12, 2023

Senior Angel Villatoro Chooses Stony Brook University

Angel Villatoro has excelled over the past four years, earning top grades at Huntington High School. The senior plans to continue his education at Stony Brook University where he intends to pursue a degree in chemical engineering.

 Twenty-eight Huntington seniors have qualified for the state's Seal of Biliteracy. (Darin Reed photo.)
June 12, 2023

Huntington Seniors Capture Seal of Biliteracy Designation

Huntington High School’s Class of 2024 will feature 30 graduates who have earned the Seal of Biliteracy, a special designation that will be affixed to their diplomas denoting proficiency in a second language. Two seniors have earned the state seal in a third language.

 Mark and Guy Dellecave flanks Huntington's Olivia Polinsky and Lucas Spagnoletti.
June 11, 2023

Olivia Polinsky & Lucas Spagnoletti Capture Dellecave Awards

Seniors Olivia Polinsky and Lucas Spagnoletti are Huntington High School’s recipients of this year’s Guy “Butch” Dellecave Award, which is presented to one graduating male and female from each Suffolk high school who possess “outstanding accomplishments on the field of play, in the classroom and within the community.”

 Forty-eight Huntington seniors have qualified for the state's Seal of Civic Readiness
June 11, 2023

H-ton Seniors Garner Seal of Civic Readiness

The New York State Seal of Civic Readiness is a special designation placed on the high school diplomas and transcripts of graduating seniors who qualify for the recognition. This year, Huntington High School can boast 48 recipients of this coveted achievement.

 Huntington's 56th Blue Devil annual athletic awards ceremony will be held on Thursday at 6 p.m. the high school auditorium.
June 10, 2023

Blue Devil Senior Athletic Awards Night on Thursday

The 56th annual Blue Devil senior athletic awards ceremony will be held on Thursday night (June 13) in the Huntington High School auditorium at 6 p.m.

 Huntington senior Jessica Maixner is headed to SUNY Cortland.
June 10, 2023

Jessica Maixner to Study Criminology at SUNY Cortland

Jessica Maixner has sketched out an exciting plan for her future. The Huntington High School senior will graduate in less than three weeks and then head off to SUNY Cortland to study criminology.

 Senior Jannel Marroquin
June 7, 2023

Senior Jannel Marroquin Chooses Providence College

Jannel Marroquin is a sweet young woman with a work ethic that is hard to beat. The Huntington High School senior has earned excellent grades over the past four years. She plans to study biological sciences with a minor in secondary education at Providence College in Rhode Island.

 Huntington senior Mary Marinello is headed to the Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
June 5, 2023

Mary Marinello Chooses Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

As a long list of college acceptances arrived to many outstanding schools, one stood out for Mary Marinello. The Huntington High School senior has decided to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and pursue a pre-med track of studies.

 Huntnington High Shool senior Lily Tierney.
June 4, 2023

Lily Tierney to Study Art History at Binghamton

Lily Tierney can do anything and be anything. The Huntington High School senior is just that talented. The owner of an academic grade average that tabulates to 104, she plans to study art history at Binghamton University.

 Huntnington High Shool senior Lily Tierney.
June 3, 2023

Lily Tierney to Study Art History at Binghamton

Lily Tierney can do anything and be anything. The Huntington High School senior is just that talented. The owner of an academic grade average that tabulates to 104, she plans to study art history at Binghamton University.

 Huntington High School senior Kaylee Splendorio.
May 30, 2023

Kaylee Splendorio Chooses James Madison University

Kaylee Splendorio knew it; she just knew it. The Huntington High School senior knew that James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia was the right place for her to continue pursuing her dream of studying architectural design.

 Huntington High School senior Reese Rinaldi.
May 30, 2023

Senior Reese Rinaldi Chooses University of Florida

When it comes to being involved it’s hard to match the record of Reese Rinaldi over the past four years. The Huntington High School senior has had a hand in just about everything that goes on in the building. The teenager is headed to the University of Florida in the fall as she prepares for a career as a lawyer.

 Katherine Estrada-Morales
May 28, 2023

Katherine Estrada-Morales to Study Software Engineering

Four time Class of 2024 President Katherine Estrada-Morales is a high achiever by any measure. The Huntington High School senior plans to attend Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey and study for a degree in software engineering.

 Huntington High School senior Genesis Acevedo is headed to New York University.
May 28, 2023

Senior Genesis Acevedo Chooses New York University

It’s a dream come true for Genesis Acevedo. The Huntington High School senior plans to attend New York University in Manhattan and study neuroscience on a full scholarship in preparation for a career in medicine.

 Huntington senior Natalia Hernandez plans to study at LIU to be an English teacher.
May 24, 2023

Natalia Hernandez to Pursue Career as English Teacher

Natalia Hernandez is a wonderful young woman with a work ethic that is second to none. The Huntington High School senior has earned high grades over the past four years and gained the respect of her classmates and teachers.

 Huntington senior Anna Famiglietti
May 23, 2023

Anna Famiglietti to Study Criminal Justice & Psychology at LIU Post

Anna Famiglietti is an exceptional young woman and one of the top seniors in Huntington High School’s Class of 2024. She sets challenging goals for herself and works hard to accomplish them.

 Adriana Abbatiello
May 22, 2023

Adriana Abbatiello to Study Marketing at Univ. of Delaware

Adriana Abbatiello has sketched out her plans for the future and the Huntington High School senior is excited to be moving on to study marketing at the University of Delaware.

 Huntington High School senior Kaitlyn Sansiviero is moving on to Michigan State University.
May 21, 2023

Kaitlyn Sansiviero Chooses Michigan State University

Kaitlyn Sansiviero is following in her father’s footsteps as the Huntington High School senior prepares to move on with her life following graduation next month and study kinesiology at Michigan State University.

 UConn bound future nurses Hannnah Song, Jordana Paniccia and Lily Froggatt Bale
May 20, 2023

Senior Classmates Choose UConn’s Nursing Program

Lily Froggatt Bale, Jordana Paniccia and Hannah Song are all headed to the University of Connecticut to study nursing. What makes that so special is that all three are classmates at Huntington High School where they will graduate in June.

 Huntington senior Zaida Correal.
May 15, 2023

Senior Zaida Correal Shares Love for Language at Induction

Senior Zaida Correal shared her love for language during last week’s world language honor societies induction in the Huntington High School auditorium.


Important Senior Class Information

About Huntington's' Senior Class

Welcome to Huntington High School Sign

The Tradition Continues...

It’s been a tradition since July 1862; Huntington High School’s senior class has been an exceptionally talented group of young men and women. Among Class of 2023 members, more than 90 percent of graduates moved 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

On the Leading Edge

Huntington’s most recent graduating seniors were accepted into a broad array of top tier colleges, including many of the leading colleges and universities in the world. The teenagers earned tens of millions in academic and athletic scholarships and awards.

Shining Stars

Huntington seniors have long shined 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.

Few high schools can match the record of Huntington graduates and none can surpass it.

Senior Class Privileges

Lunch Periods

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.

Senior Parking

Seniors may also park in assigned spaces in the school parking lot. A permit must be obtained in the Security Office.

Responsibility

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.

Huntington 2022 seniors

Recognized Seniors

Brendan Cusack

John Doe

Homecoming King

Brenden Cusack has been Huntington High School’s principal since July 1, 2015. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education at SUNY New Paltz in 1995 and a Master of Science degree in adolescent education/English 7-12 at CUNY Queens College in 2002. He obtained a professional diploma in school administration and supervision at CUNY-Queens College in 2005.

Prior to being named principal, Mr. Cusack served as Huntington High School’s assistant principal for three years. He earlier worked as assistant principal at Hicksville High School for three years. Prior to that position, he was an administrative dean at Walt Whitman High School for four years.

A Freeport High School English teacher for eight years, Mr. Cusack taught Advanced Placement literature and theatre arts, served as a class advisor for four years, chaired the Middle States Committee on Educational Programs and produced school plays. He has also been employed as an assistant principal of the Freeport School District’s summer school program and assistant principal and principal of the Western Suffolk BOCES regional summer school.

Since coming to Huntington in 2012, Mr. Cusack has embraced the high school’s academic, co-curricular and athletic programs and worked tirelessly to improve the student experience. He can often be found during after school and evening hours attending games, plays, concerts and induction ceremonies and meeting with students and parents.

The veteran educator maintains memberships in the Huntington PTSA, Huntington SEPTA, Suffolk County High School Principals Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum, National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Council of Administrators and Supervisors.

Mr. Cusack participated in school leadership training at Harvard College in 2015. He is entering his 27th year in education.

Gamal Smith

Jane Smith

Homecoming Queen

Gamal Smith has been an assistant principal at Huntington High School since July 2015. Mr. Smith obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and pre-med studies at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, where he also played on the varsity basketball team for four years. He earned a Master of Science degree at Mercy College in the Bronx and studied for his state administrative certification at Touro College in Manhattan.

Prior to joining Huntington’s administrative ranks, Mr. Smith worked as a teacher and lab instructor at Richmond Hill High School and John Adams High School, where he also served as dean of students. He was assistant principal at John W. Dodd Middle School in Freeport, dean of students/discipline at Brooklyn Lab School, assistant principal and science department chairman at Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health & Science Charter School in the Bronx, assistant principal at PS 212 in the Bronx and dean of students and a science teacher at PS 254 in the Bronx. He was also principal of Nassau BOCES PATH (Positive Alternative Twilight High School) for a year.

Mr. Smith has worked for several years as the assistant principal and principal of the Western Suffolk BOCES summer school program.

Over the years Mr. Smith has helped spearhead many initiatives at schools where he has worked, including Saturday, after school, extended day and early college awareness programs and science fairs and expos.

Class of 2024 Events

Class of 2024 Videos

Huntington Blue Devil Senior Athletic Awards Slideshow Film 2024

Video montage of Senior Moments throughout the 2022-23 school year. Credits: Darin Reed and Rachel Learned and "Both Sides Now" by Liva Camarata

HHS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2021

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Senior Class Galleries and Slideshows

Senior Class Slideshows

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Senior Athletic Awards

June 13, 2024

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Contact Info


188 Oakwood Road, Huntington, NY 11743

Additional Information


School Hours

7:30 AM - 2:20 PM

Established

1790

Grades

9-12

Mascot

Blue Devils

Attendance

1-631-673-2100

Attendance Voicemail

1-631-673-2132

Attendance Email

Nurse Hotline

1-631-673-2105

Nurse FAX

1-631-425-4730

200+

Challenging Academic Courses

14

Academic Departments

30+

Interscholastic Athletic Teams

90+

Colleges and Universities accepting 2020 HHS Graduates