• SHS End of Year Events and Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony Information

    As we enter the final stretch of the 2020-2021 school year, we are pleased to announce information on our end of year events calendar and the Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony. All of our events were planned in accordance with NYS Department of Health guidelines to ensure the health and wellness of our students, guests and staff.

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  • Important SHS End of Year Testing Information

    SHS Students and Parents, We would like to provide you with updated information regarding end of year testing at Southampton High School.

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  • Southampton Class of 2021 magna cum laude and cum laude students named

    Southampton High School is pleased to announce the Class of 2021 seniors who will be graduating magna cum laude and cum laude in June. Those who earned the prestigious magna cum laude and cum laude distinctions maintained overall GPAs of 92-94 and 89-91, respectively, during their high school journeys.

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  • 26 named Summa Cum Laude in Southampton Class of 2021

    Southampton High School is pleased to announce that 26 Class of 2021 seniors will be graduating summa cum laude in June. These students earned this prestigious distinction by maintaining an overall GPA of 95 or above during their high school journeys.

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  • Scavenging for DNA

    Lori Bracey’s eighth grade Living Environment class recently took part in a genetics transcription and translation scavenger hunt as part of a genetics unit of study. Working in pairs, the students had to convert 10 pieces of DNA into mRNA and then decode the mRNA to perform specific tasks in the scavenger hunt

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  • A Broadway performance to remember

    Southampton High School students opened the curtains on a Broadway-themed performance on April Southampton High School thespians took to the stage on April 23 to strut their Broadway best, each performing a favorite show tune. The cabaret-style event made it possible for the students to perform under social distancing guidelines, explained director James Tartaglia.

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  • Celebrating music

    Although COVID-19 restrictions remain in place, the Southampton School District celebrated its annual arts festival. Virtual performances have been held by the high school string orchestra, directed by Nancy Caine; the intermediate school world drumming ensemble, directed by Danielle Schulman; and several of the district’s chorus, band and jazz band ensembles.

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  • Spreading cancer awareness

    Southampton Elementary School students decorated over 100 rocks as part of a project for the Phillips Family Cancer Center at Stony Brook Southampton.

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  • Celebrating happiness

    Members of the Southampton Intermediate School Builders Club are celebrating happiness during the month of April by taking part in a variety of kindness activities, including making kindness rocks and writing letters to accompany slippers donated to the Southampton Care Center.

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  • Bereavement Notice for Board Member Charles A. Styler

    It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the untimely passing of Board of Education member Charles A. Styler.

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  • Southampton students inducted into art and music Tri M art festival honor societies

    Southampton High School students were inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society and National Art Honor Society at a ceremony on April 5.

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  • Southampton named a Best Community for Music Education

    The Southampton Union Free School District is pleased to announce that it has once again been recognized as one of the Best Communities for Music Education by the NAMM Foundation.

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