Wantagh High School senior athletes congregated in the auditorium on College Day to reveal the local, regional and national colleges and universities they will be attending this fall, as well as their commitment to college sport teams. In all, 33 athletes will be continuing their sports on the college level this fall.
We took our reading and math students to Citi Field on Thursday, April 27th to show the connection between reading and math and how these two subjects work together in real life situations. Our AP Statistics and College Statistics students will guide and show our Reading students how math applies to baseball excitement.
High school student-journalist Sean Smith, senior editor-in-chief of “The Warrior,” has won an honorable mention Quill Award in the Most Outstanding Reporter category during Adelphi University’s annual Press Day. This is the fourth consecutive year that a Wantagh journalist has garnered a Quill Award in this prestigious category.
The high school Science Olympiad team, under the direction of Rich Colavita, finished in the top ten in four events during the New York State tournament held at Le Moyne College in Syracuse in March. Students Ben Schablin and Dean Stavrides placed first in Herpetology.
New York State Senator John Brooks recognized the Wantagh High School varsity cheerleading team during the April 6 meeting of the Board of Education. On his behalf, legislative assistant Kevin Devlin presented each of the athletes a citation from the county.
The high school art department has announced that 12 students in Patricia Beary’s and Amy McPartlan’s Advanced Placement Photography and AP Studio classes, respectively, received regional awards in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards contest, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. The works of these talented individuals were judged among more than 255,000 submissions to the annual competition that recognizes excellence in writing and art.