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Sachem High School East

177 Granny Road,
Farmingville, N.Y. 11738
Principal: Mr. Antonetti
Assistant Principals: Mr. Cariddi , Mr. Perlongo, Mrs. Pesce, Ms. Flanagan
Phone: (631) 716-8200


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The mission of the Sachem High School East community is to educate and graduate young adults who achieve personal excellence through the principles of respect, recognition, responsibility, opportunity, belonging, and security.


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In the News

ICONIC Rocks A Cappella Invitational

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Members of Sachem East’s a cappella group, ICONIC, attended the Centereach A Cappella Invitational on Saturday, May 11. The day-long event included a riff-off, a performance by the New York City-based a cappella group Black to Gold, masterclass workshops, and showcase performances from ten a cappella groups from all over Long Island. ICONIC opened the showcase performing “Believer” by Imagine Dragons and “Should’ve Been Us” by Tori Kelly. The group has been invited to join upcoming invitationals for the 2024-2025 school year.

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Date Added: 5/28/2024

HS East Observes Mental Health Month

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In honor of May being Mental Health Month, students at Sachem High School East led several activities and presentations to promote mental health awareness and healthy wellbeing.

The Renaissance Club and Student Government collaborated to set up a mental health and wellness table outside of the cafeteria on May 16. At the table, students participated in a ribbon signing activity and visited with therapy dog, Bailey. The table also had informative posters and stickers for students to learn about Mental Health Month.

In addition to the Mental Health Action Day on May 16, Sachem High School East encouraged students to wear green on Fridays throughout May as a sign of solidarity, participate in a virtual scavenger hunt with mental health and wellness challenges, and students made special morning announcements.

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Date Added: 5/29/2024

Sachem a Top Fundraiser in ALS Ride for Life

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The ALS Ride for Life made its way through the Sachem Central School District on May 17. The annual event takes place during ALS Awareness Month to raise funds and awareness about the devastating disease. The ride started at Sachem High School East, went to Sagamore Middle School, and ended at Chippewa Elementary School – gaining more and more Sachem students along the way. Students at each of the buildings gave the Ride a warm welcome, as they cheered and held signs with messages of hope.

This year, Sachem High School East and Sagamore Middle School presented the ALS Ride for Life Foundation with a $12,547 check. ALS Ride for Life Schools Coordinator Barbara Brown noted this was the most amount of money a district has raised for the event in its history. The funds go directly to supporting patients with ALS and their families.

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Date Added: 5/20/2024

East Freshmen Class Visits Top Golf

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On May 10, Sachem High School East held its freshman class field trip to Top Golf, located right in the Sachem community!  Freshmen class officers, Giana Rincon, Samantha Rubino, Leone Pitkewicz, Molly Frank and Nicolas Losito, all helped with organizing this event and bringing it to fruition. Nearly 140 students were in attendance. The trip was not only fun and successful, but it was refreshing and a wonderful way for students to make memories, celebrate and conclude their first year of high school together. 

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Date Added: 5/16/2024

Sachem Students Rake in Teeny Award Nominations

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Sachem theater students were nominated for several Teeny Awards this year, which recognize excellence in high school theater. The Teeny Awards are based on the Tony Awards, which acknowledge the best Broadway shows from the season.

High School East students were nominated for the Teeny Awards hosted by the Islip Arts Council. The council strives to encourage students to continue their education and pursue careers in performing arts and theater. Congratulations to the following High School East students:

• Seraphina Ptaszynski as Anita, “West Side Story”
• Robert De Persio, III as Baby John, “West Side Story”
• Patrick Cahill, Student Director, “A Chorus Line”
• Keira Muino, Scenic Designer, “West Side Story”
• Mason Vaughn, Pit Musician, “West Side Story”
• Jenny Sejarto, Lighting, “A Chorus Line,” “West Side Story”
• Lucie Johnson, Sound, Special Effects, “A Chorus Line,” “West Side Story”
• Jason Pressman, Stage Manager, “A Chorus Line,” “West Side Story”
• Cadence DePersio, Choreographer, “A Chorus Line”
• Keira Muino, Scenic Design, “West Side Story”
• Lilyana Pittaro, Stage Manager, Choreographer

High School North students were nominated for the Teeny Awards sponsored by the East End Arts Council. Through the Teeny Awards program, East End Arts strives to raise the bar on theater education by encouraging increased attendance and community pride at school productions, much like school sports programs. Congratulations to the following High School North students:

• Lead Performer in a Play: Nick Aspris (Peter Pan)
• Lead Performer in a Play: Brook Tate (Wendy)
• Outstanding Performer in a Play: Keira Mc Garry (Slightly Lost Boy)
• Lead Performer in a Musical, Drama: Mia Ponticelli (Anya)
• Lead Performer in a Musical, Drama: Nick Aspris (Dmitry)
• Supporting Performer in a Musical, Drama: Jeremy Cruz (Vlad)
• Supporting Performer in a Musical, Drama: Brook Tate (Lily)
• Choreography: Mia Ponticelli for Learn to do it and Countess and the Common Man
• Outstanding Performer in a Musical: Kaitlyn Reed (Featured Dancer/ Ballerina)

Students will attend the respective award ceremonies in June.

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