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Rocky Point Union Free School District Schools | Rocky Point High School


82 Rocky Point-Yaphank Road | Rocky Point, NY 11778
Phone: (631) 744-1604 | Fax: (631) 591-0220
Principal: Jonathan Hart
Assistant Principals: Michael Gabriel, Lauren Neckin
School Hours: 7:15 AM - 1:22 PM
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A Road To The National Championship

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Rocky Point Teacher Messages

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Click here for a video message from Principal Hart!


Calling all Rocky Point High School Students!

Lights! Camera! Action! 🎤🌟🎬

Rocky Point High School presents the very first Variety Show! This is open to ALL high school students. This is your opportunity to show off your talent whether it be musical, dancing, singing, art, tik toks, magic tricks, poetry slams or comedy, it’s all about creativity and special talent.

All entries must be appropriate. If deemed inappropriate we will not use. Submissions should not be longer than 4 minutes. If you are interested please fill out the attached link below by May 8th or head to Mr. Conlon eboard to find the form. You will be asked to provide your name and details of your talent.

Let’s Do This!

Click here for more information


Positive Attitude and Actions will make a difference!
“Better happens when nobody’s watching.”

Stay to the right: -when you walk in the halls, when you drive in your car, and when you make decisions,
Always remember to do what is RIGHT!

Be polite: -use words like please, thank-you, and excuse me
-practice good listening techniques and develop patience

Keep it clean: -have pride in our facility; keep the building, the cafeteria and your lockers clean
-use clean language; using inappropriate curse words reflect your character

Lock it don’t lose it:
-you are responsible to spin the dial and lock your locker after each use
-cell phones need to be turned off and out of sight during the school day

Watch your web: -college admissions, coaches/recruiters and employers all search and review social media
-be conscientious of what you post on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
-inappropriate, hurtful posts on social media that disrupt our learning environment will
result in disciplinary action

Dress your best: -clothing that is too revealing or distasteful is not acceptable
-school is where you work and learning is your job; your dress should reflect this

Nothing but nice: -comments don’t have to be mean or hurtful
-if criticisms are not constructive, please keep them to yourself until you are able to restate
them in a positive way

Enhance your transcript and résumé each day:
-your transcript is a reflection of your ability and work ethic; work towards the most
advanced diploma possible
-your résumé summarizes your character and leadership qualities including
extra-curricular activities, volunteer work, and employment
-student engagement is essential for learning; be accountable for your future

Attendance counts:
-attendance is a reflection of your commitment and work ethic
-students are required to be present for 8 periods each day
-no more that 28 absences for full year course or 14 days for half-year course

Promote Rocky Point Pride:
-get involved and support each other through academics, clubs, music, theater, and sports!
- be kind and promote acceptance; the character of the student body dictates the culture of
our school. Do your part to make Rocky Point High School the best we can be!

“Every moment of our journey is leading to something bigger. It’s up to you to read each
situation, make every decision, and control the flow of the game…..and your life!”
Dream Big!


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Rocky Point High School congratulates 49 juniors and seniors who became members of the Rocky Point High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. These new members met the scholarship requirements, demonstrated their leadership and character, and served their community in a variety of ways throughout their time at Rocky Point High School. This year’s applicants had the added challenge of adapting and persevering in order to submit their applications during the school closure due to the Covid-19 outbreak. 

Congratulations to our newly inducted members. 

Jessica Barrett
Grace Benedetto
Sean Bernhard
Clayton Brandow
Liana Brennan
Amelia Callahan
Kerriann Campo
Jillian Carley
James Carmody
Elizabeth Carrera
Sophia Cecere
Karina Cooper
Tristan Duenas
Victoria Fisher
Chloe Fish
Benjamin Gansle
Ashley Golden
Ilana Greenstein
Abigail Gunning
Emmarose Hansen
Thomas Haviland
Lea Henke
Katelyn Labuski
Aidan Lasurdo
Isabella Lehman
Kelly Logue
Jack Matzen
Kieran McByrne
Guinevere McCarrick
Thomas McDonald
Fiona McEvoy
Maya Menon
Benjamin Mergott
Sarah Mergott
Morgan Moroney
Samuel Moscosco
Kjersti Mygland
Shreya Patel
Nelly Perez-Castro
Phoebe Rinn
Jacey Ruisi
Celine Singh
Alexander Spallone
Sydney Strohmayer
Sophia Weik
Julia Wheeler
Kaleigh Wilgeroth
Ashlynne Xavier
Alexander Zaslavsky
Kristen Zoll

We would also like to celebrate our graduating senior members. We wish you the best of luck as you take the next steps on your path to greatness! 

Rex Alex
Thomas Amalfitano
MariAnn Bornemann
Haley Brocato
Michael Caggiano
Megan Cheshire
Zoe Clark
Logan Cline
Catherine Conti
Ashley Coppola
James Curley
Annie Doall
Jennifer Dwyer
Victoria Pannizzo
Nica Perrino
William Platt
Anna Raicovi
Gary Russin
JohnHenry Dyroff
Brandon Epp
Emily Farrell
Summer Farriss
Chase Fusaro
Annabella Fusco
Madison Gennaro
Vito Giammarella
Benjamin Giordano
Daniela Grimard
Judith Hammarth
Ayva Hill
Sydney Iannizzotto
Matthew Stringer
Cameron Taylor
Jennie Vosilla
Riley Watson
Molly Infranco
Julia Jacobelis 
Madison Jacobelis 
Emily Jaeger
Tyler Kotarski
Molly Lambert
Hope Lantz-Gefroh
Clare Levy
Alexa McAdam
Katie McDonald
Jack Molinaro
Ethan Nichols
Taylor Olszewski
Isabela Weihs
Anna Zahradka 

Congratulations everyone! 


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