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500 Great East Neck Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7100



Dr. E. Vassallo

Assistant Principals:

Mr. M. Devane
Mr. S. O'Leary

Welcome to the West Babylon Senior high School. West Babylon High School is a comprehensive high school that offers a diverse academic program while promoting the arts, business and technology, and family and consumer sciences. Our students are being made college and career ready in order to succeed in the 21st century workplace and the world. Our Social, Emotional and Academic Learning program, entering its sixth year, parallels  the Dignity for All Students Act, and is the foundation for creating a safe learning environment in which our students can learn and develop the emotional competencies that lead to success in the 21st century world for which they are being prepared.

Our co curricular activities, including our athletic teams, mirror this focus. and add to the total development of our students.  Groups such as our GSA and LEO clubs lead the school in activities that teach acceptance, compassion, empathy and service to others.  Our students develop their leadership skills in the classroom, in their clubs and organizations and on the athletic fields.  They are ready when they leave the high school to assume these roles and successfully further their studies and work.


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West Babylon Unveils Hall of Fame

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The West Babylon School District, in partnership with the West Babylon Alumni Foundation, unveiled their Hall of Fame in the Senior High School lobby with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 27.

District administrators, board of education members, Alumni Foundation members and inductees joined together for the official unveiling of the wall. “The Alumni Foundation helps to secure and distribute thousands of dollars in scholarships for our students every year,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Yiendhy Farrelly. “The foundation continues to perpetuate unique opportunities for our students while also recognizing the accomplishments of our alumni. This Hall of Fame is a great tribute to the many individuals who have contributed to our school district.”

The Hall of Fame was constructed by two former alumni – Michael Nieto (Class of 2016) and Brianna Ramsey (Class of 2017) – under the direction of technology teacher Eugene Rogovitz. The new display will serve to establish a set of values and a way of inspiring all the students who walk through the doors. West Babylon Alumni Foundation president Ralph Rienzo said it helps continue the traditions set in West Babylon and reinforces the motto of “once an Eagle, always an Eagle.”

Student-Athletes Commit to College Level

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Seven student-athletes from West Babylon Senior High School committed to playing their sports in college next fall during a national letter of intent signing on Nov. 14 in the Board of Education room.

Joined by administrators, coaches and family members, the students put pen to paper as they move to the collegiate level in September. The district congratulates the following students: Kayla Downey, Stony Brook University, lacrosse; Delilah Doyle, Pace University, lacrosse; Tyler Gamba, St. Joseph’s College, baseball; Emily Heller, University of Florida, lacrosse; Hannah Heller, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, lacrosse; Caitlin McGuire, Wagner College, lacrosse; and Brendan Reese, SUNY Geneseo, lacrosse.

Wendy’s Winner Recognized

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Senior High School student Jonathan Torres has been selected as a school winner in the 2018 Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship Competition. He was chosen among more than 42,000 high school scholar-athlete applicants for their outstanding leadership, academic achievements and dedication to community.

To apply, students must be graduating with the Class of 2019, have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 or better, participate in at least one of the 47 sports recognized by the International Olympic Committee and/or the National Federation of State High School Association and be a leader in his/her school and community.

Safety & Security Updates

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To continually keep up to date with safety and security throughout all the schools in the district, West Babylon has made enhancements for the 2018-19 school year. Below is a list of a few of the updates and highlights of security measures in throughout the district:

Secured vestibule at the Senior High School. 
Stop the Bleed kits in all buildings.
Additional Stop the Bleed training. 
Established visitor escort system at the Junior High School and Senior High School.
Teacher/student ID requirement. 
New director of guidance to assist with addressing social, emotional and mental needs of students.
Coordinated varied lockdown drills with Suffolk County Police Department.
Lockdown classroom markers.
Sign off with Suffolk County Police Department (camera access).
Meetings with Suffolk County Police Inspector Kevin Kane, Deputy Inspector Forte and Chief of Department Stuart Cameron.
Unannounced Suffolk County Police Department visits.
Scheduled an additional active shooter seminar for staff and faculty.
Scheduled follow-up building assessments to be done by Homeland Security. 
Crisis Prevention Institute training provided to security guards.
Senior High School cafeteria ¬– new wall and windows.
Additional exterior guard for the Senior High School (fall 2018).
Revised emergency plans provided to Suffolk County Police Department and State Education Department.
New districtwide radios purchased and distributed.
Coordinating RAVE app set up with Suffolk County Police Department and Suffolk County.
Cameras on several buses.
Additional window films. 

Boys Cross-Country Moves to State Qualifier

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The boys cross country team ran their best race of the season at the Division Championship on Oct. 23.  The team needed a five-runner average of 19:30 to make it the State Qualifier Meet. The team average was 19:06, which bettered last year’s mark by 16 seconds. 

Luke Hauff lead the team and Adam Lindner was the second Eagle across the finish line.  Alex Brodmerkel PR’ed the 5K course breaking the 19 minute barrier. Freshmen Cristian Espitia and Charles Friedel finished the team scoring.  Kyle Adams and Dylan Burks also raced well on the 5K course.  

The Eagles had three All-League Athletes this season.  Adam Lindner was first team All-League.  Brodmerkel and Hauff were selected second team All- League.  The State Championship Qualifier meet will take place on Nov. 2 and the Babylon Bowl at Belmont Lake State Park on Nov. 6 to defend their title.