Spotlight Stories

  • The War of the Worlds

    Please tune in virtually to support the arts!!! Tickets for this weekends show Oct. 30 and Oct 31 at 7PM and Sunday Nov. 1 at 2PM. Click the Microphone to buy Tickets.

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  • CSH Yearbook News

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  • Tri-M Music Honor Society

    The 12th annual induction ceremony for the Tri-M Music Honor Society was held virtually on Oct 14. Tri-M is a program of the National Association for Music Education, the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of music education. The three M’s stand for Modern Music Masters; the criteria to be inducted into this Honor Society involve a four-year commitment to scholarship, character, cooperation, leadership, and service.

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  • Pinata Time!

    Spanish 4 Honors are making pinatas to further illustrate the magic of the culture not only in Mexico but Spain, China and Italy. The pinatas represent the cultural aspect of blind faith (hence the origin of being blindfolded) and the symbolic smashing and obliterating of sin and bad from one’s life.

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  • Debate Awards

    Senior, Luca Johnson, won 3rd place in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, earning a full qualification for the State Championships! In addition, the Public Forum debate team of juniors, Jackson DeMarco and Andrew Richmond, won 7th place, earning a half qualification for the State Championships. Congratulations to the CSH Debate TeaM

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  • National Merit Scholarship Program 2021

    The National Merit Scholarship Program, dating back to 1955, holds an annual academic competition identifying and honoring these high school students in the U.S. through recognition and college scholarships. Less than 3% of the 1.5 million students in 21,000 high schools who take this test will become a recipient of the awarded Letters of Commendation.

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  • Fall Newsletter

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  • Time Capsules K-12

    At the start of the school year, a district-wide initiative was implemented for all students to share their personal story of their time in quarantine. They were asked to think about their time in quarantine and answer questions such as; “How did you spend your time in quarantine?” “What did you learn about yourself, what have you gained and what have you lost?”

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  • Debate Awards - Jr./Sr. HS

    Congratulations to the Debate Team for successfully competing in the Long Island Forensic Association's First Virtual Debate Tournament on September 26th.

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  • Proclamations Awarded Hispanic Heritage Month

    Each year the Town of Huntington and the Town of Huntington’s Hispanic Task Force hosts the Hispanic Heritage Month Program, at which time students of Hispanic descent from each high school in the Town of Huntington are recognized for their achievements. The Program recognizes academic and sporting achievements and most importantly community involvement.

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