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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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2016 Homeroom List


Supply Lists 2017-2018

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8


Important Links



Summer Reading

Summer at the Library Flyer (English)

Summer at the Library Flyer (Spanish)

Summer Reading Parent-Teacher Presentation

Battle of the Classes

Technology Lessons Come to Life

Technology Lessons Come to Life Photo
Bringing classroom learning to life, the Junior High School technology department took a field trip to the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on May 24. The learning experience tied into the technology curriculum, as students were surrounded by old and new aviation technologies much of which originated on Long Island. 

Four Student-Artists Named Poster Winners

Four Student-Artists Named Poster Winners Photo
Junior High School students Isabella Villacis, Ella Henson, Amanda Rosario and Jourlen Chery were recently named Suffolk County winners in this year’s New York Association for Pupil Transportation Safety Bus Transportation poster contest. 

Every year, NYAPT hosts this contest to promote bus safety across New York State. This year’s theme was “My Driver: My Safety Hero.” Villacis will move on to compete in the New York State competition.

Wellness Wins at West Babylon


The district held its 13th annual Wellness Fair and Fun Run on the West Babylon Junior High School track on May 15. The event encouraged families to join together to get active and learn about different community organizations that are available. Watch the video for more on this event.