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Fall Workout Schedule


Beginning Tuesday, 9/29, school teams will be using tennis courts from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. on school days.

The Section VIII Athletic Council announced the following timeline for 2020-21 High School Sport Seasons:

Winter Sports Season: Monday, January 4, 2021 - Friday, February 26, 2021
B/G Basketball, B Swim/Dive, B/G Bowling, Cheer, Rifle, Wrestling, Gymnastics, B/G Fencing, B/G Indoor Track

Fall Sports Season Monday, March 1, 2021 - Wednesday, April 21, 2021:
Football, B/G Soccer, G Tennis, B/G Cross Country, B Badminton, B/G Volleyball, Cheerleading, Field Hockey, G Swim,

Spring Sports Season Thursday, April 22, 2021 - Monday, June 14, 2021:
B/G Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball, B Tennis, B/G Track and Field, G Badminton, G Golf, B Golf

In addition, if you would like to sign up for a fall team off-season workout please sign up for the google classroom. You can find all information here.

Note: The governing body for our hockey team is the New York Islanders High School Hockey League. The league has not issued guidelines about when hockey season can begin. Once we get this information, we will post it online.

Fall Off-season Team Workouts

Dear Parents and Student Athletes,
     I received the attached announcement from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association regarding the sports of football, volleyball and competitive cheer. We expect an update on when low and moderate fall sports may begin in Nassau County shortly.


Arnold Epstein
Long Beach Public Schools
Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics


The High School Turf Field and Middle School Track and Turf Field will be open to the public for individual recreation activities only with no organized activities or games allowed starting July 3, 2020 at 8 a.m. The Lindell Elementary Field will be open to the public for individual recreation activities only with no organized activities or games allowed starting July 17th, 2020.

LB Athletes Make a Difference

Long Beach Elementary Virtual Field Day

Long Beach Honors Class of 2020 and Student Athletes


Marines Competing in State Championships

The student-athletes pictured below competed in New York State Championships.
Congratulations! We are proud of you!

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Allison Cohen, Gymnastics 


Katie Frisch, indoor track (third Athlete from left pictured with our 4 X 400 relay team)


Elias Richter and Griffen Schimmel, Swimming 


Jeremiah Echevarria (county champion, second place in state) and Kevin Lopez ( 3rd in county), Wrestling 


The Ice Hockey Team won its second consecutive State Championship and had its third straight undefeated season.


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Varsity Girls Basketball Ready For Action!


Congratulations to our Girls Varsity Volleyball team on winning the 2019 Baldwin Invitational

Congratulations to Brooke Yellin on becoming the first female kicker in Long Beach High School history to convert an extra point (see video of Brooke accomplishing this feat above)

Please find links on the page for all forms including Physical and Health History/Parental Permission forms and Interscholastic Athletic Start Date Information Sheet. Additionally, please click here for the Fall First Day of High School Practice/Tryout Schedule.



• Interscholastic Information - EnglishInterscholastic Information - Spanish • Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2019-2020Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2019-2020 - Spanish
• Physical Forms
• Health History/Parental Permission - English
Health History/Parental Permission - Spanish
• NYSPHSAA Parent and Student Concussion Information Sheet

Long Beach has a rich tradition in athletics. This tradition is testimony to our excellent athletes, our excellent coaching staff, administrative support and parents who value athletic involvement for their children. Athletics plays an important part in the life of our district. Young people learn a great deal from participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program. Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping students develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body. Athletic competition also improves school spirit and helps students develop pride in their school.

Currently, the Long Beach City School District interscholastic athletic program is comprised of 85 teams: 34 varsity, 20 junior varsity and 31 middle school teams.

Arnie Epstein
Director of Health, Phys. Ed. & Athletics
897-2069 or 897-2075