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Class of 2023

Class of 2023 Headlines

 Huntington senior Idalis La Paz Nunez.
February 6, 2023

Senior Idalis La Paz Nunez is a People Person

Unlike many of her classmates, Idalis La Paz Nunez hasn’t been a Huntington UFSD student since kindergarten, but the current senior who transferred into the district in October of her junior year has become a true Blue Devil in every possible way.

 Senior Dawin Preval
January 31, 2023

Senior Dawin Preval Plans to Pursue a Nursing Career

Dawin Preval is a soft-spoken young man who has gained the trust and admiration of his classmates, teachers and coaches. The Huntington High School is a caring soul, which makes his decision to pursue a career in nursing all the more understandable.

 Huntington senior Isabella Lanfranco
January 30, 2023

Senior Levis Villatoro Strives to Reach His Goals

Levis Villatoro’s work ethic, desire to make a difference in the world and enthusiasm to lead the best life possible is hard to match. The Huntington High School senior is a very hard worker who since coming to the United States has wasted little time and seized upon every opportunity that’s come his way.

 Huntington High School senior Alejandra Arana Villegas
January 27, 2023

Senior Levis Villatoro Strives to Reach His Goals

Levis Villatoro’s work ethic, desire to make a difference in the world and enthusiasm to lead the best life possible is hard to match. The Huntington High School senior is a very hard worker who since coming to the United States has wasted little time and seized upon every opportunity that’s come his way.

 Huntington High School senior Alejandra Arana Villegas
January 24, 2023

Alejandra Arana Villegas Strives to Make Everyone Proud

Alejandra Arana Villegas is one of the hardest working members of Huntington High School’s Class of 2023. She is striving to make all of her dreams a reality and make her family proud in the process.

 Huntington High School senior Brad Nisipeanu (1)
January 20, 2023

Senior Brad Nisipeanu is a Renaissance Man

Brad Nisipeanu is Huntington High School’s renaissance man. The senior has “wide interests and is an expert in several areas,” fitting the dictionary definition of the term perfectly.

 Huntington High School senior Koi Crowder
January 18, 2023

Huntington Senior Brian Romero Challenges Himself

Brian Romero isn’t afraid of hard work. Rather than coast through the year, the Huntington High School senior is enrolled in six Advanced Placement courses as he prepares to study engineering in college and go on to a career that helps make the world a better place.

 Huntington High School senior Koi Crowder
January 13, 2023

Senior Koi Crowder Lives Life to the Fullest

Koi Crowder enjoys getting the most out of every day; the most out of life in general. The Huntington High School Class of 2023 member lives life the fullest in every possible way.

 Huntington senior Ismael Blaise.
January 10, 2023

Senior Ismael Blaise Makes Plan for a Happy Life

Ismael Blaise is a happy Huntington High School senior. He has a great sense of humor and a positive outlook on life. He plans to serve in the United States Armed Forces upon his graduation in June.

 Senior Aria Hannah is a gifted artist
January 9, 2023

Senior Aria Hannah Eyes Career in Film Industry

Aria Hannah has big hopes and even bigger dreams for the future. The Huntington High School senior plans to study fashion design at a top tier college and go on to a career in the film industry as a costume designer. It would be a mistake to underestimate the hardworking teenager.

 Huntington senior David Chavez.
December 19, 2022

David Chavez Performs His Way Through Senior Year

David Chavez is one of Huntington High School’s great performers. He thrives before an audience. The senior is a natural on stage. It’s where he feels at home.

 Jillian Panos
December 7, 2022

Senior Jillian Panos Eyes Career in Nursing

Relationships are important to Erin Scanlon. The Huntington High School senior is a people person. She enjoys working alongside her teachers, coaches, classmates and teammates and the results are impressive.

 Erica Scanlon
December 6, 2022

Senior Erin Scanlon is a Proud Blue Devil

Relationships are important to Erin Scanlon. The Huntington High School senior is a people person. She enjoys working alongside her teachers, coaches, classmates and teammates and the results are impressive.

 Anika Galvin
December 2, 2022

Huntington Senior Annika Galvin Carves an Enjoyable Path

Annika Galvin has carved out an enjoyable path for herself at Huntington High School, where the multi-talented senior has been excelling across the board. A willingness to challenge herself and seek out new adventures has served the teenager well as she makes plans for an exciting future.

 yearbook
December 1, 2022

Huntington Seniors Commit to College Teams

A group of ten Huntington High School seniors celebrated NCAA signing day with a ceremony in the school auditorium that recognized the teenagers for committing to play on the sports teams of a large variety of colleges.

 yearbook
November 21, 2022

Huntington Seniors Commit to College Teams

A group of ten Huntington High School seniors celebrated NCAA signing day with a ceremony in the school auditorium that recognized the teenagers for committing to play on the sports teams of a large variety of colleges.


Important Senior Class Information

About Huntington's' Senior Class

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The Tradition Continues...

It’s been a tradition since July 1862; Huntington High School’s senior class has been an exceptionally talented group of young men and women. Among Class of 2022 members, more than 90 percent of graduates moved 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

On the Leading Edge

Huntington’s most recent graduating seniors were accepted into a broad array of top tier colleges, including many of the leading colleges and universities in the world. The teenagers earned more than $21 million in academic and athletic scholarships and awards.

Shining Stars

Huntington seniors have long shined 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.

Few high schools can match the record of Huntington graduates and none can surpass it.

Senior Class Privileges

Lunch Periods

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.

Senior Parking

Seniors may also park in assigned spaces in the school parking lot. A permit must be obtained in the Security Office.

Responsibility

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.

Huntington 2022 seniors

Recognized Seniors

Brendan Cusack

John Doe

Homecoming King

Brenden Cusack has been Huntington High School’s principal since July 1, 2015. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education at SUNY New Paltz in 1995 and a Master of Science degree in adolescent education/English 7-12 at CUNY Queens College in 2002. He obtained a professional diploma in school administration and supervision at CUNY-Queens College in 2005.

Prior to being named principal, Mr. Cusack served as Huntington High School’s assistant principal for three years. He earlier worked as assistant principal at Hicksville High School for three years. Prior to that position, he was an administrative dean at Walt Whitman High School for four years.

A Freeport High School English teacher for eight years, Mr. Cusack taught Advanced Placement literature and theatre arts, served as a class advisor for four years, chaired the Middle States Committee on Educational Programs and produced school plays. He has also been employed as an assistant principal of the Freeport School District’s summer school program and assistant principal and principal of the Western Suffolk BOCES regional summer school.

Since coming to Huntington in 2012, Mr. Cusack has embraced the high school’s academic, co-curricular and athletic programs and worked tirelessly to improve the student experience. He can often be found during after school and evening hours attending games, plays, concerts and induction ceremonies and meeting with students and parents.

The veteran educator maintains memberships in the Huntington PTSA, Huntington SEPTA, Suffolk County High School Principals Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum, National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Council of Administrators and Supervisors.

Mr. Cusack participated in school leadership training at Harvard College in 2015. He is entering his 27th year in education.

Gamal Smith

Jane Smith

Homecoming Queen

Gamal Smith has been an assistant principal at Huntington High School since July 2015. Mr. Smith obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and pre-med studies at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, where he also played on the varsity basketball team for four years. He earned a Master of Science degree at Mercy College in the Bronx and studied for his state administrative certification at Touro College in Manhattan.

Prior to joining Huntington’s administrative ranks, Mr. Smith worked as a teacher and lab instructor at Richmond Hill High School and John Adams High School, where he also served as dean of students. He was assistant principal at John W. Dodd Middle School in Freeport, dean of students/discipline at Brooklyn Lab School, assistant principal and science department chairman at Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health & Science Charter School in the Bronx, assistant principal at PS 212 in the Bronx and dean of students and a science teacher at PS 254 in the Bronx. He was also principal of Nassau BOCES PATH (Positive Alternative Twilight High School) for a year.

Mr. Smith has worked for several years as the assistant principal and principal of the Western Suffolk BOCES summer school program.

Over the years Mr. Smith has helped spearhead many initiatives at schools where he has worked, including Saturday, after school, extended day and early college awareness programs and science fairs and expos.

Class of 2023 Events

Class of 2023 Videos

HHS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2021

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HHS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2021

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Senior Class Galleries and Slideshows

Senior Class Slideshows

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Photo Gallery 1

September 2022

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Contact Info


188 Oakwood Road, Huntington, NY 11743

Additional Information


School Hours

7:30 AM - 2:20 PM

Established

1790

Grades

9-12

Mascot

Blue Devils

Attendance

1-631-673-2100

Attendance Voicemail

1-631-673-2132

Attendance Email

Nurse Hotline

1-631-673-2105

Nurse FAX

1-631-425-4730

200+

Challenging Academic Courses

14

Academic Departments

30+

Interscholastic Athletic Teams

90+

Colleges and Universities accepting 2020 HHS Graduates