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250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701hs
Phone Number: 631-565-6100
Grades: 9-12


Principal: Mr. Edward Plaia
Acting Assistant Principal: Dr. John Cardone

Assistant Principal: Mr. Brian Suckle
Acting Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
Hours: 7:10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

 

Senior Awards Top 25 Presentation

 

AMHS Class of 2022 Graduation Ceremony Livestream

Live at 6pm (7pm if rain delayed) 


Prom Information

Google Form

Video


Regents Appeals Letter 2022


End of Year Regents Exam Letter


Graduation Letter 2022


June Regents Exam Letter

June Regents Calendar

June Regents Transportation Schedule


End of Year Letter to Parents (English)

End of Year Letter to Parents (Spanish)


9th Grade Family Orientation Letter (English)

9th Grade Family Orientation Letter (Spanish)

9th Grade Family Orientation Flyer (English)

9th Grade Family Orientation Flyer (Spanish)


June Regents Review Beginning May 9th at 2:10- 3:10pm


AMHS Student Site: Daily Announcements, afterschool schedules, Guidance links and more... 


Spring Letter to Families - March 2022 (English) (Spanish)


ECHO Winter Edition 2022


Amityville Memorial High School Parent Conference March 31st Parent Information


District-Wide ENL Family/Parent Night - December 21, 2021 at 6PM


Honor Roll Parent Letter


Amityville Memorial High School Parent Conference November 23rd Parent Information


Conferencia de padres de la escuela secundaria Amityville Memorial 23 de noviembre Información para padres


Senior FA Presentation - English

Senior FA Presentation - Spanish

FAFSA Completion Workshops

Register for these workshops by clicking on the link above: 6 PM on 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, and 11/30


Our Upcoming Virtual *HBCU/FAFSA Workshop* on Sunday, November 14, 2021 from 4:00pm - 5:30pm.

Simone A. Nicholas, President of the *Long Island Cross County Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc*.(NCNW) would like to invite Amityville Memorial High School students and their families to register

Register: Click Here

Click Here to View HBCU Workshop Flyer


Oportunidades de Financiamiento Para Estudiantes

Funding Opportunities for undocumented students: The New York State Dream Act

Presenter: Diana Castillo, UnLocal, Inc.
Date/Time: 10/19/21,  6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Zoom

Register: https://forms.gle/LsK4VMbMyqh6rHRg9

This workshop is for students and their parents, and will be presented in Spanish. 


Take the FEAR out of FAFSA: Thursday, October 28, 7:00 PM EST

Join Joshua Streich and his colleagues from the Office of Financial Aid at

Stony Brook University, to learn more about how to apply for financial aid

and the different types of aid students may be eligible for. Together we will

demystify this (not so) scary process.

Click Here To Enroll


High School Dual Enrollment Informational Meeting 10/14/2021 6 PM

*Meeting link: *
meet.google.com/zxp-hnhf-wor

Join by phone
(US) +1 402-295-5175
PIN: 973 743 634#



Higher Education Student Assistance Authority Virtual FAFSA Event 
Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 6 PM 

https://www.hesaa.org/Pages/fafsa.aspx 



Quarterly Letter To Parents - November 2021

 

Back to School Night Letter 2021 – English

 

Back to School Night Letter 2021 – Spanish



APTC Fall Apparel Flyer 2021-2022

 

Amityville Memorial HS Parking

 

9th Grade Orientation Letter 8/19/21

 

AMHS Graduation Livestream - June 26 at 10 a.m.

 

AMHS Summer School Information

 

AMHS Graduation Plans – June 26 at 10 a.m.

 

Blood Drive Information Flyer
Blood Drive Parental Permission Notice

 

AMHS June 2021 Regents Letter

 

AMHS Graduation Update: English/Español

 

AMHS Parent Conference Letter
Parent Teacher Conference Links

 

Spring Virtual College Fairs

 

Island Harvest Food Pantry at EWMMS

 

Virtual Transition Night (English)

Virtual Transition Night (Español)

 

Virtual College Financial Aid Workshop – December 1

 

Key Club Online Food Drive 2020

 

Apparel Fundraiser

 

AMHS Remote Learning Protocols and Etiquette

 

Title I Meeting Presentation 2020 in Spanish

 

 

**Letter from Principal Re: Learning Plan During School Closure**

 

**Important: High School Bus Schedule and Stops**

 

   

Announcements


National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Premieres: Thursday, April 15 @ 7 p.m.

Watch it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlQ8o2OfgMA

 

2020-2021 Bell Schedule

 

AMHS January Remote Learning Letter

 

PSAT/NMSQT January Exam Letter

 

Financial Aid Presentations:

Understanding Financial Aid Offers and Resources

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Process

 

Free Financial Aid Workshops 2020-2021

 

Important Information Regarding 2020/2021 SATs
AMHS Newspaper: ECHO
https://amityvilleecho.com/

AMHS Literary Magazine: EXPRESSIONShttps://amityvilleexpressions.blogspot.com/

 

 

Senior Week Presentations

 

 

Current News

Amityville Memorial High School Seniors Celebrate Prom Night

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(JUNE 2022)—Amityville Memorial High School seniors recently held their Senior Prom at Jericho Terrace in Mineola. As it is for each graduating class, the event was a time for celebration, reminiscing about the year just ended, and honoring the end of their high school journey together.

“Prom is a night that our students will always remember,” said Edward Plaia, Principal of Amityville Memorial High School. “I’m glad they were able to enjoy themselves in their peers and teachers' presence and celebrate the accomplishments they all achieved over their high school years together.”

At the prom, several “most likely” awards were announced. Valedictorian Mikhail Ankudovych was voted “Most Likely to be President.” The two students voted “Most Likely to be Late” truly lived up to their award, missing the prom altogether due to their tardiness. Congratulations to seniors on a beautiful prom and a successful high school career!

Amityville Memorial High School Athletes Read to Northwest Elementary School Students

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(JUNE 2022) —Amityville Memorial High School student-athletes recently conducted a read-aloud for all the classes at Northwest Elementary School.

“It was great to see our elementary students get excited about the high school students’ visit to their classrooms,” said Meredith Cohen, Northwest Elementary School teacher and Amityville Memorial High School Assistant Varsity Cheerleading Coach. “Our student-athletes are great role models and were awesome readers for our elementary students.”

The student-athletes read I Believe I Can by Grace Byers. The book is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background that encourages them to love and believe in themselves. After the reading, the elementary students had the opportunity to ask the high schoolers questions about their sports and what to expect when they do get to high school.

Dr. Edward Fale, Superintendent of Schools, noted, “This was a great way for our elementary students to get excited about being active and becoming more involved in sports. It also served as an activity that had the benefit of reinforcing a love of reading for our young learners.”

 

 Amityville Memorial High School athlete students reading to Northwest Elementary School students


Take Me Out to the Ball Game

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(JUNE 2022)—Recently, two groups of Amityville Memorial High School students attended the college fair hosted by Kaplan, one of the country’s premier educational services companies, at Citifield. Thirty-three junior students from the high school were accompanied by Brian Suckle, Assistant Principal of Amityville Memorial High School, and members of the high school’s guidance department. Also attending the college fair was Mr. James Seubert’s economics class.

The students met with representatives of Kaplan to learn about college testing and methods of test preparation and then visited with the over 20 colleges and universities that had representation at the event. Following the conclusion of the college fair, students were invited to stay for the Mets game. For many, it was the first major league game they ever attended.

Mr. Seubert’s economic class traveled to Citifield not only to attend the college fair but as a result of their recent unit study focusing on baseball. Mr. Seubert’s students analyzed major league baseball team salaries and compared high, middle, and low team payrolls, and calculated how much money each team was spending per win. They then graphed their findings. The class also analyzed payroll in relation to the prices of tickets, parking, hotdogs, soft drinks, and other various items for sale at major league ballparks. Students made hypotheses about how teams would perform and studied how owners who spend hundreds of millions of dollars on team payroll could still make a profit. On May 4 students saw all their hard work and research in person as they attended the Mets game at Citifield. Students were able to taste a $7.25 hotdog and wash it down with a $6 bottle of water. Students worked on a little history too by visiting the Mets museum and the new and improved Jackie Robinson rotunda. Some students even tried their baseball skills in the fastpitch batting cage. Despite the home team not winning the game, students had a great time.

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Amityville Memorial High School students at the St. Johns table

Amityville Memorial High Schools students enjoying their day at Citifield


Amityville Memorial High School Student Artwork Featured in The Regional Long Island’s Best Student Art Exhibit at Hecksher Museum

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(MAY 2022)—Amityville Memorial High School senior Mekhi Stevenson’s artwork will be featured in the regional Long Island’s Best student art exhibit, sponsored by the Hecksher Museum of Art. Mekhi’s artwork, “Modern Sketches,” was inspired by the teaching sketches of the famous German artist, George Grosz. Mekhi will be continuing his development as an artist next year at the Academy of Art in Pennsylvania.

Now in its 26th year, the Long Island’s Best program challenges students in grades nine through twelve to choose a work of art that is on view in the museum as inspiration for their own creative expression. Approximately 79 pieces of student-created artwork out of 399 entries from 55 Long Island High Schools were selected for inclusion in this year’s show.

This year, the Long Island’s Best exhibit will be available to view in person at the Hecksher Museum through Sunday, May 29. The exhibit will also be available for online viewing at: https://www.heckscher.org/gallery/?post=15050.

To see a list of the participating students in this exhibition, please visit the following link to view the Long Island’s Best program document: https://www.heckscher.org/exhibitions/long-islands-best-young-artists-at-the-heckscher-museum-2022/

 Mekhi Stevensons Artwork in the Regional Long Islands Best Student Art Exhibit

Monday, June 27, 2022