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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

Science Students Collect Connetquot Ecological Data

Science Students Collect Connetquot Ecological Data

Science-minded students enrolled in the high school’s biotechnology, Introduction to Research, and International Baccalaureate biology, chemistry, and environmental systems and societies classes recently participated in the “A Day in the Life of a River” citizen science program, collecting data on all of the rivers and estuaries on Long Island. The program tracks the health of the aquatic systems and reports the data to various ecological institutions including Brookhaven National Laboratory, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Suffolk County Water Authority.

During the field trip, the students collected physical, environmental, biological and chemical data at the mouth of the Connetquot River at Heckscher State Park, working with experts from the DEC, Long Island Parks Department and South Shore Estuary Reserve to construct an overall snapshot of the health of the river system. Their data will be uploaded and added to a large database of previous years’ data, allowing scientists to track overall trends in the river systems. 

HS Gymnasts Recognized at Annual Awards Dinner

HS Gymnasts Recognized at Annual Awards Dinner

The high school’s gymnastics team recently received multiple honors at the Suffolk County Girls Gymnastics Coaches Association awards dinner, including three All-County nods, seven All-League, one Honorable Mention All-League and a Scholar-Athlete award.

Kim Arena, Emily McGrade and Alyssa Woltmann earned All-County status; Cassidy Cullen, Nele Gronenberg, Olivia Marker, Faith McCann, Rebecca McCann, Theresa Rand and Delaney Rivera were named All-League; Grace Iehle earned Honorable Mention All-League; and Cullen was recognized as a Scholar-Athlete.

Five Girls Tennis Players Honored at Awards Dinner

Five Girls Tennis Players Honored at Awards Dinner
The high school’s varsity girls tennis team recently finished another successful season, in which the Lions qualified for the Section XI team championships and five players were recognized on Nov. 6 at the Suffolk County Girls Tennis Coaches Association’s annual awards dinner. Leanna Paulsen was named All-County; Isabella Fortunato, Alexandra Michaluk and Marion Wegener were named All-League; and Nicole Lucas earned a Sportsmanship Award.

A Second Successful Color Run for West Islip

A Second Successful Color Run for West Islip

More than 700 members of the community joined in the fantastic fun at the second annual West Islip Health and Wellness Alliance Color Run. The Color Run helps the Alliance fulfill its goal to reduce substance abuse among local youth, to create a strong collaboration within the community and to cultivate healthy attitudes and behaviors.

“This year’s Color Run was another success story,” said Tim Horan, the district’s director of health, physical education, athletics, recreation, and family and consumer science. “Students, children, parents, families, community groups, teachers and administrators braved the winds and had a blast. My special thanks go out to all the volunteers for their efforts, as it couldn’t happen without their help.”

Six Student-Artists Tapped for NYSATA Exhibition

Six Student-Artists Tapped for NYSATA Exhibition
Six Student-Artists Tapped for NYSATA Exhibition2
Six Student-Artists Tapped for NYSATA Exhibition 2

Six student-artists from West Islip recently had their work displayed at the New York State Art Teacher's Association exhibition, held at the 99th annual NYSSBA Conference at the Sheraton NY Times Square.

The honored NYSATA students were second-graders Richard Guerrera of Bayview Elementary School and Abigail Heron of Paul J. Bellew Elementary School, sixth-graders Emerson Ammirata and Julia Kennedy of Beach Street Middle School, and West Islip High School sophomores Sophia Gutierrez and Ava Shanley.