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190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010
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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’s Thunder Vision Wins at BASH Awards

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Connetquot High School's Broadcast Journalism students receiving award. thumbnail258795

On May 21, Connetquot High School's Broadcast Journalism class, Thunder Vision”, took first place in the Best Opening Segment category at the Broadcast Awards for Senior High, better known as the BASH Awards! The BASH Awards are held at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University.

Connetquot competed against 43 other high schools throughout all of Long Island and Westchester. In only its second year of production, the still-fledgling “Thunder Vision” went into the event hoping to place in any one of eight categories and came out a success.

Congratulations to broadcast journalism students Sarah Dempster, Victoria Eller, Jake Herting, Vincent Maraviglia, Jason McCloud, James Poulin and Chloe Young and their teachers Alan Fertmann and Ross Grandin!

Date Added: 5/23/2024


Connetquot hosts “Using Our Voices” Mental Health Run/Walk

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The Connetquot Central School District community flocked to the high school on May 19 to support the student-led initiative, “Using Our Voices” Mental Health Run/Walk. The Sunday morning event included a 5K run and Kids Fun Run, as well as opportunities to visit information booths connected to local mental health organizations.

The student-led run/walk was originally created by Center Moriches student leaders as a follow-up event to P.S. I Love You Day and the first annual Student-Athlete Leadership Conference that Center Moriches High School hosted for Section XI this school year.

Connetquot High School collaborated with student leaders from Center Moriches and North Babylon school districts to host this special event. The goal of “Using Our Voices” was to share important messages about reducing stress and anxiety, building relationships and supporting students’ mental and physical health through movement. Additionally, the run/walk allowed students to use their leadership skills to promote civic mindedness and to work towards achieving the district’s New York State Seal of Civic Readiness.

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Date Added: 5/21/2024

CHS ceramics and sculpture students attend unique workshop

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Students in Connetquot High School’s Ceramics II, III and Advanced Sculpture courses visited Nassau Community College for a unique experience in raku firing pottery.

The students first created ceramic pieces at the high school before packing up their bisque pottery and bringing it to the college where they attended a raku workshop led by professor and ceramic artist Bill Shillalies.

Raku is a firing technique originating in Japan in the 1500s. Raku means “pleasure” and comes from the use of the character for this word on a seal given to the family of the potter who introduced the style.

The raku technique is essentially when glazed ceramics are taken from the kiln while they are still glowing red hot and are then placed in a material that would be able to catch fire, such as sawdust or newspaper. This technique is used to starve the piece of oxygen, creating a myriad of colors within the glaze.

The students had an excellent time expanding upon their knowledge of ceramic techniques as part of this one-of-a-kind opportunity.

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Date Added: 5/21/2024

Connetquot High School’s band, color guard and kickline place at Festivals of Music

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Connetquot High School concert band, jazz band, color guard and kickline. thumbnail258383
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Members of the Connetquot High School concert band, jazz band, color guard and kickline had the opportunity to compete at Festivals of Music in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The dedicated students performed with the utmost professionalism and exhibited excellence both on and off the stage.

Under the direction of Gregory Johnson and Stacy Stollberger, the concert band and jazz ensemble took second place in their category, earning ratings of Superior and Excellent.

Under the direction of Jennifer Bay, the Connetquot High School kickline took first place with a Superior rating, and color guard earned second place with an Excellent rating.

In addition to competing at Festivals of Music, the students were able to enjoy time at Motor World, The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium, a dinner cruise in Norfolk, Fort Monroe and Busch Gardens.

Date Added: 5/14/2024

Beats for Liam Teen Screening

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On Saturday, May 11, the Beats for Liam Teen Screening event provided free cardiac screenings and hands-only CPR training for over 150 teens at Connetquot High School. Thank you to Luann Regensburg and her team of volunteer professionals. This is such an important event for our community and an incredible way to honor her son, Liam!

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Date Added: 5/13/2024

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