200 Old Farmingdale Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7200

Principal: Daniel McKeon

Assistant Principal: Jessica Yawney-Kohler

About Our School

At the West Babylon Junior High School, we nurture the academic and social-emotional development of adolescent learners. We help them navigate these difficult middle years while focusing on the values of citizenship, persistence and hard work. Our rigorous learning environment challenges students to explore, create, make decisions and actively participate in their learning. It is our mission to help students "Be All They Can Be" as they move into our ever changing world.


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Artists on Display

The Junior High School Studio Art students have their second student exhibition at the West Babylon Public Library this year. The focus of the project was to abstractly represent the Principles of Art in an creative way.The exhibit will be on display through the end of February.

Art Students Share Talent with the Community

Art Students Share Talent with the Community
The Junior High School art department, along with the eighth-grade Studio in Art class, participated in community service at Villa Rosa Pizzeria in West Babylon on Jan. 10. Under the direction of Junior High School art teachers Jennifer Tomeo and Caitlin Alfano, students spent the morning painting wintry scenes for the community’s enjoyment.

NASA Spinoffs


Junior High School students in Greg Hartranft’s technology classes incorporated English language arts with technology to research and present NASA spinoffs. NASA spin-off technologies are commercial products and services developed with the help of NASA.

Using Google Slides, students discussed who, what, where, when, why and how the original product was developed. They described how that product was "spun-off" to be used by the general public. Products such as cordless tools, MRI machines, firefighting equipment, smoke detectors, virtual reality, water filtration, invisible braces, freeze drying, memory (Tempur) foam, child car seats, and infrared ear thermometers were some the topics researched and presented.

In seventh-grade technology, students learn the basics of how computers work and how to access and utilize their Google drive accounts. Students also learn how to create and share Google Docs, spreadsheets and presentation slides.

December Video


Holiday Tunes Get Crowd in the Spirit


Junior High School student-musicians performed holiday songs for the West Babylon Fire Department and Lions Club Tree Lighting ceremony on Dec 3. Through the combined efforts of Junior High School music teachers Adrienne Autovino and William Doran, the students entertained the festive crowd with holiday favorites like “Let It Snow,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “Winter Wonderland” and “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.”