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West Islip High SchoolWest Islip High School

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

Dr. Anthony Bridgeman, Principal

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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


Julia Johnson, 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

High Schoolers Attend Plum Island STEM Student Forum

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High school students Marissa Calderone, Gizela Maksym, Samantha Soevyn and Tristan Tran recently attended the the first Plum Island STEM Student Forum at Plum Island Animal Disease Center, the only federal laboratory in the nation that conducts research and diagnostics on high-consequence foreign animal diseases.

The students shared their independent research findings with staff members and scientists from Plum Island, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Mystic Aquarium, Stony Brook University, Suffolk Community College and the University of Connecticut. They ended the day with a tour of the island, which discussed the history and usage of buildings and grounds dating back to the 1800s.

“I found the feedback I gained from the scientists to be incredibly helpful and important for the future development of my research,” Calderone said.

“I am grateful for the overall experience and the opportunity to speak and network with scientists who I one day hope to work with,” Soevyn said.


Student Ambassadors Honored by Suffolk County

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West Islip Student Ambassadors from the high school, Beach Street and Udall were recently honored at the Suffolk County Anti-Bias Task Force Spring Convocation and Awards Breakfast. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone praised the students for being a positive force in the community.  

High School Bands Score Gold at NYSSMA

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The high school band program achieved outstanding results at the 2019 NYSSMA Major Organization Festival.  All three of West Islip’s bands – the ninth grade band, symphonic band and wind ensemble – received glowing comments during evaluation by state-certified adjudicators, and scored Gold With Distinction ratings.

“Bravo to these outstanding musicians and their directors,” said Director of Art and Music Education Eric Albinder.


 

Summer Activities

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Click here for information on Summer Camps, Reading, Summer School and Back-to-School Supplies

Young Scientists Present Findings at Research Symposium

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Science research students from the high school and middle schools recently presented their culminating research projects at the annual West Islip Research Symposium. In attendance was New York State Assemblyman Mike LiPetri, who commended the students for their outstanding work.

Research seniors, many of whom participated in the program for all four years of high school, discussed their experiences, including work they performed as part of the SPARK program at Brookhaven National Laboratory and the Barcode Long Island program at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, as well as research they conducted in the high school’s research lab. The night culminated in a poster session where all students presented their research findings.