Spotlight Stories

  • National Merit Finalist

    National Merit Finalist 2021: Senior Matthew Ross was named as a Finalists for CSH High School. Principal, Dr. Jim Bolen was honored to present him with this achievement. This distinction places him in a group representing about half of the top 1% of American high school seniors; he is one of only 2500 seniors out of 1.6 million eligible students to receive this award!

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  • US News & World Report’s Annual List of Best High Schools

    US News & World Report’s Annual List of Best High Schools: CSH High School continues to receive the highest rating from US News & World Report, receiving a Gold Rating and being placed in the top 1.55% of high schools in the nation, continuing to be #1 in Suffolk County and #6 on Long Island.

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  • Paris in the spring

    Paris in the spring! Madame Koob and Madame Reed hosted the annual year-end French club fête this past week. Held outside in the courtyard, French students were invited to enjoy a spring afternoon together. Crêpes and Bakes, a local food truck, came to serve sweet and savory crepes to all! Bon appétit!

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  • International Thespian Honor Society Induction

    International Thespian Honor Society Induction: Congratulations to the following recipients honoring student achievement in theatre. Eight students were inducted by fellow Thespian members Mr. Beja, and Dr. Bolen on May 4th: Isabelle Apostolakos, Fraser Lintott, Margaret Nemazi, Mary Nemazi, Lily Smyth, Lilli Terry, Thomas Tsekerides, and Madison Wagner.

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  • “Les boules” or Pétanque

    Students in Madame Tassani’s French 5 class played a traditional French game called “Les boules” or Pétanque which is similar to Bocce ball. These seniors learned about the game and the vocabulary to use while playing “en francais”.

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  • Speech & Debate

    At the online New York State Speech and Debate Championships over the weekend of April 23-26, 2021, senior Andrew Khanin, was a Quarterfinalist in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas Debate and was awarded "Special Distinction" by earning 540 NSDA points based upon active and successful participation at debate tournaments over four years.

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  • Celebrating Diversity

    Goosehill Primary has been focusing on celebrating and understanding diversity in their curriculum, and on April 16 they were thrilled to welcome the help of high school students from the Social Action Club. Advisors, Elana Axelrod and Dr. Beth Chase, had their high school club members collaborate via Zoom with the first grade to talk about topics of diversity and celebrating our own individual characteristics.

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  • RISE UP Junior High Ceremony

    The Junior High Teams held RISE UP awards this winter to recognize and celebrate student role models for exceptional moral character. The “RISE UP” acronym symbolizes many core values to be recognized: Respect, Integrity, Service, Empathy, and being an UPstander. The goal is to help promote a positive school environment essential to the healthy development of young adults, and to recognize role models. These 7th and 8th grade students exemplified these characteristics.

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  • Science Honor

    Science Honor Senior Andrew Khanin, guided by his research instructor Mr. Jim Hardy, recently competed in the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair. LISEF is Long Island’s most prestigious science competition which draws high-level research projects from high schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. He earned fourth place and Honorable Mention in his category of Biomedical and Health Sciences for his project titled: Testing the Effects of Flavorant Propylene Glycol Acetals on the Locomotor Behavior of Drosophila Melanogaster Using the Rapid Iterative Negative Geotaxis (RING) Assay.

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  • Testing Information Jr./Sr. HS 2021

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