Candido Martinez has led an interesting life and he’s still just a teenager. The Huntington High School senior is highly regarded by his classmates and teachers and has quietly compiled a very strong academic and co-curricular record over the past four years.
Justin Italiano would like nothing more than to cap off his senior year by leading Huntington High School’s baseball team to its first league championship since 1965.
Ariana Strieb throws herself completely into everything she does. The Huntington High School senior is a dynamic and energetic teenager with strong opinions and the facts to back them up.
Maya DelGiudice goes about her business in a quiet and understated way. The Huntington High School senior has always flown a little bit below the radar since her earliest days at Washington Primary School, but she’s always been a standout.
Henry Cartwright lives a disciplined life. He works hard, trains and studies even harder and he loves his country. The Huntington High School senior is hoping to gain a Congressional appointment and be approved for admission to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Christian Bellissimo is a force to be reckoned with academically, athletically and in every other possible way. Just about anything the Huntington High School senior touches turns to gold.
There isn’t a day that goes by that Paige Lennon isn’t thinking about the United States Military Academy at West Point. The Huntington High School senior has made a commitment to play lacrosse there, study for a commission and ultimately serve her country after graduation.
Jenna Yabroudy is a happy, friendly, super smart teenager. The Huntington High School senior is taking a challenging set of courses, but still has found the time to get involved in sports and clubs while investigating a list of college options and thinking about career possibilities.
Max Gordon is one of the top students in Huntington High School’s Class of 2019. He’s earned exceptional grades and he’s eyeing many fine colleges. Asked to choose a favorite teacher, the teenager didn’t hesitate: business department faculty member Suzi Biagi.
Kiara Rafailan is a good-hearted young woman with an optimistic frame of mind. The Huntington High School senior wants to make a difference in this world and she is eyeing a teaching career as the vehicle to accomplish her goals.
Madison Buchholtz has been quietly dancing her way to fame. The Huntington High School senior is one of the top young ballet dancers in the metropolitan area, if not the country. She has been making sacrifices that most teenagers wouldn’t even consider and the energetic young woman is thrilled with the results.
Ashlyn Case is a well-liked, easygoing young woman who has a variety of interests and a very definite idea of where she wants to go. The Huntington High School senior is a real people-person. She enjoys interacting with everyone and she especially likes helping others.
Riva Bergman is one of those people you come across with a “can-do” attitude. She always seems to be one step ahead of the action and she has enough confidence in herself to believe she can do just about anything.
Morgan Minicozzi has led a charmed existence these past four years at Huntington High School. She is exceedingly well-liked by everyone and she has excelled at everything she has done.
Phoebe Walther is a spectacular young woman and one of the leading lights in Huntington High School’s Class of 2019. She has a multitude of talents that have helped her sparkle over the past four years, but it’s her gentle nature and her warm personality that has made her especially popular with her classmates and teachers.
Alyssa Sorensen is a high-flying Huntington High School senior who sets a standard of excellence in everything she does. The teenager is one of the top members of the Class of 2019, a three sport athlete and an integral member of numerous organizations.
Mia Breitbarth is one of a kind. There’s no one else quite like the Huntington High School senior. She is confident and competitive, but the sweet teenager is always willing to put aside her own interests and help someone in need.
Brooke Goldsmith’s senior year at Huntington High School is off to a smooth start. She’s completely engaged in her classes and the activities she holds dear. The teenager is determined to graduate on a high note.
Natalie Gonzalez possesses all the ingredients a teenager requires to have a bright future. The Huntington High School senior is smart, articulate, well-informed and committed to helping others and bringing joy into the life of everyone she crosses paths with each day.
Huntington High School seniors Hadley Clayton, Sara Frawley, Ryan Hoffmann and Noah Morris have been “commended” by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. They are among just 34,000 teenagers in the country to earn the distinction.
Sam Roberts can hold his own with any high school senior in the country. The Huntington teenager is really that impressive.
Colette Barron loves to run. But she has so much more going for her than just being one of Huntington High School’s best cross country and track competitors. The teenager is a wonderful student with an impressive creative streak who is also a good friend and valued teammate to many.
Year after year, Huntington High School’s senior class has been an exceptionally talented group of young men and women. Among Class of 2018 members, 90 percent of graduates are moving on to college studies with the rest headed to branches of the United States military, vocational and technical programs, a “gap” year before beginning college or immediate full-time employment.
Huntington’s most recent graduating seniors were accepted into a broad array of top tier colleges, including many of the leading universities in the world. The teenagers earned millions of dollars in academic and athletic scholarships and awards.
Among the Class of 2017, 40 percent earned Regents diplomas; one percent qualified for a Regents diploma with honors; 32 percent obtained Advanced Regents diplomas; 23 percent earned Advanced Regents diplomas with honors and four percent qualified for local diplomas.
Huntington seniors have long sparkled as scholars, athletes, musicians, actors, artists, engineers and scientists and mock trial courtroom warriors. They have taken leading roles in community service initiatives and humanitarian projects and have captured every conceivable honor.
Aidan Forbes has enjoyed a remarkable four year run through Huntington High School. Valedictorian of the Class of 2018, he will attend Vanderbilt University, where he plans to pursue an academic major in economics with possible minors in computer science and Spanish.
A National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Mr. Forbes considered Middlebury College, Northeastern University, Fordham University, University of Michigan and the University of Rochester, before choosing Vanderbilt.
Since his first day of kindergarten at Flower Hill School, Mr. Forbes has been cherished by his classmates and teachers. The personable young man is one of the most well-liked members of Huntington’s senior class.
President of both the Math Honor Society and the high school’s Mathletes club, he’s volunteered at Huntington Hospital and even accompanied the concert choir for three years on piano. Mr. Forbes captured first place honors in the State History Day competition in Cooperstown as a junior. He went on to claim third place in the national championships at the University of Maryland.
The senior started at defense on Huntington’s first varsity boys’ soccer team to win an outright league championship in 28 years. Mr. Forbes was named Suffolk Academic All-County following the sensational season.
“I have had so many great teachers at Huntington High School that I have genuinely enjoyed connecting with over the years,” Mr. Forbes said. “They are people I continuously looked to as sources of both wisdom and insight.”
Sebastian Stamatatos has a laser-like focus on his goals. Huntington High School’s Class of 2018 salutatorian is headed to Villanova University, where he plans to study finance and entrepreneurship in its renowned business school.
Mr. Stamatatos commands the respect of the entire high school community. He’s an articulate, thoughtful and well-informed young man who can hold his own in any conversation. He’s a kind and compassionate soul, too.
The teenager is president of the high school’s stock analysis club and has also participated in the Key Club and Mathletes. He’s the treasurer of Huntington’s Math Honor Society chapter and the tutoring coordinator of the Science Honor Society. Mr. Stamatatos is also a member of the National Honor Society and the English and Social Studies Honor Societies.
Mr. Stamatatos’ senior year academic schedule includes classes in Advanced Placement Chemistry, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Calculus BC and the science research program.
As he enters his final weeks as a Huntington senior, Mr. Stamatatos has plenty to feel good about as he looks back over his time in the district, especially the past four years.
“I’ve enjoyed my time at Huntington High School and will forever remember my experiences and friendships made along the way,” Mr. Stamatatos said. “The education offered at Huntington allowed me to delve into areas of study that interest me. In turn, I was able to build a foundation of knowledge and experience that will be further built upon in the near future.”
All seniors who are in good standing may leave the building during their lunch periods. They must leave their I.D. cards at the designated area before they leave. All seniors must have a signed Agreement for Senior Privileges form on file in the Main Office.
Seniors may also park in assigned spaces in the school parking lot. A permit must be obtained in the Security Office.
Seniors who return to school late from lunch due to car problems or accident must call the Dean’s Office (673-2007) as soon as possible before the end of the school day in order for the lateness or absence to class not to count as a cut. A follow-up call by the end of the same day from the parent is also required to substantiate that this absence was not a cut. Seniors who return late without a valid reason will lose their senior privilege for one week. Subsequent infractions will be handled progressively.
Mascot: Blue Devils
Principal: Brenden Cusack
Asst. Principal: Gamal Smith
Asst. Principal: Lisette Lors
1-631-673-2001 Main Office
1-631-673-2132 Attendence Hotline
School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.