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Sachem High School North

212 Smith Road
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Principal: Mr. Andrew Larson
Assistant Principals: Mr. Burke, Dr. Galligan, Mr. Kolar, Mrs. Onesto
Phone: (631) 471-1400 




Attention June 2024 Graduates

The window to order your graduation cap & gown will be closed on Friday, MARCH 1st. This is the ONLY option to purchase your cap & gown.   

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NEW! 48th Annual College and Career Fair NEW!

 Freshman Clothing Sale

Sachem North Graduation 2024


is proud to present Anastasia



March 22nd @ 7pm

March 23rd @ 7pm

March 24th @ 3pm

Tickets are $15 plus fees online or $17 at the door

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Sachem North Cosmetology

Salon Saturdays

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Purchase a 2024 Yearbook

  Attention Potential January Graduates:

In January, you will receive an invitation to attend our informal graduation reception to be held on Tuesday morning, February 6th  @ 11:00 am in the Auditorium.  A list of potential mid-year graduates has been posted in several locations throughout the building.  You will be responsible for checking the spelling of your name on this list as this is the name that will appear on your diploma.   Pay special attention to the spelling of middle names, hyphenated names and spacing.  Make sure you show up for all your exams and take care of all your fines.  If you have any questions regarding our February reception or changes to your name, please see Dr. Galligan in B112 immediately.

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Mission Statement

Social consciousness and motivation lead to the establishment of short and long-range goals. These goals will be achieved by applying the skills necessary to become productive, knowledgeable, and responsible members of society. Our mission will be promoted by a creative enthusiastic, dedicated, and student-centered staff who is implementing a challenging and thought-provoking curriculum in a learning environment that is safe, nurturing, and stimulating. 

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In the News

North Celebrates Black History Through the Decades

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Sachem High School North celebrated Black History Month with a culminating event featuring artwork, poetry, a gallery walk and musical performances. Students attended the event during their social studies classes where their peers showcased their talents and creativity while highlighting Black individuals who have influenced American history.

The event was organized by the High School North National History Honor Society and focused on “Celebrating Black History Through the Decades.” Projects and performances by students and the Arrowettes recognized the remarkable contributions and achievements of the Black community across different decades.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/27/2024

North Wrestling Team Named League II Champs

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The Sachem High School North wrestling team won the Suffolk County League II tournament title over number two-ranked Connetquot. This is the first league tournament title for the Arrows since 2013 and only the second title since the split of the high schools. Sachem North was paced by their three league champions, sophomore Jack Cusumano, junior Joe Marotta and senior captain Nate Gsell. In total, the Arrows qualified 13 wrestlers for the Suffolk County Championships being held at Stony Brook University this Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb. 11. All 13 place finishers include:

108- Corey Bardua -4th
116- Tommy Keegan -4th
124- Jack Cusumano- 1st
124- Josh Thomas - 3rd
131- Jake Fischer- 4th
138- Joe Marotta- 1st
145- Anthony Caputo- 4th
152- Logan Williamson- 3rd
170- Tommy Volpe -3rd
170- Dimitrios Gonzalez -4th
215- Nate Gsell - 1st
285- Logan Spinella- 2nd
285- Valdey Pierre- 3rd

Date Added: 2/8/2024

Spreading Love with Collaborative Kindness-Grams

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Third graders at Merrimac Elementary School kicked off the building’s Kindness Month by collaborating with students from Ms. Borak’s class at Sachem High School North. The North students created handmade notecards and delivered them to Merrimac Elementary School on Feb. 2. They worked together with the third graders to decorate the notecards and fill them with messages of love, kindness and positivity. The third graders then identified and delivered the kindness-grams to staff members in the school.

The collaborative activity brought together the Sachem school community while kicking off activities ahead of P.S. I Love You Day on Feb. 9.

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Date Added: 2/6/2024

North Student Presents Science Research

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Sachem High School North senior Avi Talsania presented the results of two science research investigations at the 2023 Materials Research Society Fall Conference. Avi’s work was conducted through the Garcia Program at Stony Brook University this past summer under the mentorship of Adam Hansen and Dr. Miriam Rafailovich. Both projects were presented at the conference.

His first investigation, “The Influence of Donor Age on Cholesterol Inhibition on Fibroblast Mechanical Properties and Susceptibility to Bacterial Infection” was selected for an onsite poster presentation. The second investigation, “Vitality of a Novel Peptide P12 as an Antithrombotic Agent” was selected for an onsite oral presentation.

The Materials Research Society Fall Conference showcases leading interdisciplinary research presented by scientists from around the globe. It’s the world’s leading scientific gathering for materials research. Congratulations, Avi!

Date Added: 2/6/2024

Project Kindness

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Sixth graders at our middle schools were visited by high school students on Feb. 1 to collaborate on lessons of kindness and friendship. Peer educators and students in the teens as teachers courses pushed into sixth grade classes for interactive activities focused on teamwork and shared decision-making. Middle school and high school students alike were excited to make conversation and build new friendships.

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Date Added: 2/5/2024


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