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Connetquot High School

190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Principal: Kenneth J. Costa Jr.

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Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education.


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Connetquot High School hosted its second annual career fair

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On Jan. 8, Connetquot High School hosted its second annual career fair featuring representatives from 20 different companies and organizations who set up informational stations in the gymnasium.

Through visiting each station, students learned about a diverse array of post-secondary careers and internship placements, as well as how to pursue these opportunities. The district thanks all those who spent the morning awakening students to the possibilities of their futures.

Connetquot High School Students Make Potential Scientific Breakthrough

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In November, seniors Bipro Das and Melissa Oz conducted scientific research at Brookhaven National Laboratory’s National Synchrotron Light Source II. Through X-ray diffraction studies, they investigated the binding of the TrmD protein from Mycobacterium abscessus with its ligand, S-Adenosyl-l-homocsyteine. The data that Bipro and Melissa collected indicates a possible novel structure, which they will be presenting at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair on Feb. 5, and could one day help scientists develop the next generation of antibiotics.

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