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West Islip High School

1 Lions Path West Islip, New York 11795
(631) 504-5800   FAX (631) 893-3270

Dr. Anthony Bridgeman, Principal

ib logo Dr. Anthony Bridgeman, Principal
Email: a.bridgeman@wi.k12.ny.us
Principal's Secretary: Vickie Passarelli

Mr. Craig Gielarowski, Assistant Principal
Email: c.gielarowski@wi.k12.ny.us
Secretary: Tana Patti

Ms. Lynn Summers, Assistant Principal
Email: l.summers@wi.k12.ny.us
Secretary: Pam Riker

Ms. Danielle Mammolito, Assistant Principal
Email: d.mammolito@wi.k12.ny.us
Secretary: Marianne Gariglio

School Hours: 7:20 am - 2:10 pm 
Grades 9-12


Kim Caroselli, PTSA President


Important Phone Numbers

  • Attendance: (631) 504-5820
  • Counseling Office: (631) 504-5830
  • Nurse's Office
    Phone: (631) 504-5825
    Fax: (631) 321-0820
  • Anna Harris - (631) 504-5826
  • Sharon Kerrigan - (631) 504-5827
  • Alternative School: (631) 504-5851
          

Current News

Research Students Visit Plum Island

Research Students Visit Plum Island

Junior and senior science research students from the high school recently visited Plum Island Animal Disease Center, the only federal laboratory in the nation that conducts research and diagnostics on high-consequence foreign animal diseases.

Vaccines and diagnostics discovered and developed at the laboratory protect U.S. livestock from the accidental or intentional introduction of foreign animal diseases that will seriously threaten livestock industries, food security and the nation’s economy. Plum Island is part of a network of laboratories under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate. The U.S Department of Agriculture maintains an important collaborative relationship on Plum Island by providing diagnostics and research into animal diseases like African swine fever and foot-and-mouth disease.

Meeting with scientific staff from DHS and the USDA who lead their respective fields in animal disease diagnostics and prevention, the West Islip students learned about the scientific and economic importance of the research that is performed on Plum Island.



Boys Bowlers Finish Terrific Season

Boys Bowlers Finish Terrific Season
The high school’s boys varsity bowlers recently completed a terrific season, culminating in the team’s qualifying for the Suffolk County bowling championships at AMF Sayville Lanes on Feb. 2.

Senior Anthony Cairo Questions Legislators at Longwood Event

Senior Anthony Cairo Questions Legislators at Longwood Event
High school senior Anthony Cairo attended the Longwood School District’s annual legislative breakfast on Feb. 2. Local legislators, including State Sen. Phil Boyle, answering questions pertinent to education and the 2019-2020 budget process, and Cairo asked the legislators about the use of school buildings as polling places.




Three HS Divers Advance to Championships

Three HS Divers Advance to Championships
High school divers Adriane Casey, Kevin Nelson and Kevin Kohloff placed second, third and fourth, respectively, in the Section XI League 2 swimming and diving championship held at Hauppauge High School on Jan. 31. All three West Islip divers scored high enough to advance to the Section XI diving championship on Feb. 7.

Ten from West Islip Play at SCMEA Day of Horn

Ten from West Islip Play at SCMEA Day of Horn
Ten exceptional West Islip music students - Delaney Bartling, Jillian Olfano and Francesca Tofano from Bayview; Erick Burciaga, Caitlin Fallon and Courtney Xippolitos from Beach Street; Anthony Pickering from Udall; and Jonathan Delanoy, Thomas Interrante and Sophia Randazzo from the high school – recently participated in the 14th annual Day of Horn, held by the Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association at Northport High School.

The event featured a master class and recital by a guest artist from the United States Marine Band as well as exhibits, rehearsals, clinics and performances.