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Long Beach High School

322 Lagoon Drive West, Lido Beach, NY 11561

Main Office:

(516) 897-2012  

Principal:  Mr. Jeffrey Myers

(516) 897-2013

Vice Principals/Students A-F:    Dr. Andrew Smith

(516) 897-2015

Vice Principals/Students G-O:  Ms. Elizabeth Walsh-Bulger

(516) 897-2010

Vice Principals/Students P-Z:    Dr. Francine Newman 

(516) 897-2022

Deans:       Phil Bruno – Students A-K
                   Chris Brown – Students L-Z

(516) 897-2030


7:50 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.

Office Hours:

7:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.



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School News

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LBHS Class of 2023 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced

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Long Beach High School is proud to announce the top two students for the Class of 2023. Congratulations to valedictorian Rio Arengo and salutatorian Aidan Cardo. Both are International Baccalaureate Diploma Program candidates and contribute significantly to their school community.

Rio was recognized as a National Merit Commended Student and is currently president of the school’s math club, as well as co-chief editor of the school newspaper, The Tide, and contributes to the high school literary magazine, Fragments. He is a New York State Scholarship for Academic Excellence recipient. Additionally, he does science research work and volunteers his time as an SAT tutor through Kahn Academy.

Aidan is a member of the National Honor Society as well as a three-sport varsity athlete. He is a member of the school’s hockey, baseball and surf teams and plays hockey for the Long Island Gulls. He is a recipient of the New York State Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

Congratulations Rio and Aidan on this well-deserved accomplishment.

Date Added: 10/19/2022

Long Beach School Spirit High to Celebrate Homecoming

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Long Beach High School kicked off this year’s homecoming festivities by celebrating throughout the day on Oct. 7. The school day started with decorated lockers and “Go Beach” banners in the hallways followed up with a lively pep rally in the afternoon and a community carnival of fun and games that began a few hours before the anticipated football game.

The pep rally was held at the high school’s Alumni Field and featured the introduction of teams, a preview of the halftime performances and other demonstrations of school spirit. Attendees cheered on their classmates and gave extra shout-outs to the seniors who were participating in their final homecoming as high school students.

The annual homecoming carnival, sponsored by the high school’s Student Government Organization, was held in the middle school parking lot behind the gymnasium and featured an assortment of family fun. Several booths representing different clubs showcased students’ work.

Later that evening, the bleachers at Veterans Field were filled with fans dressed in blue and white, cheering on the Marines as they defeated John F. Kennedy High School with a score of 48-32. The Pep Band played from the bleachers and the cheerleaders kept spirits high throughout the game and took the spotlight at halftime, along with the color guard. The community’s youth football players had the opportunity to run across the field in the annual Bulldog Dash and Xavier Lopez and Rose Parlakian were crowned homecoming king and queen.

LB Pep Rally


LB Carnival


LB Homecoming Game

Date Added: 10/19/2022

LBHS Students Receive Scholarship for Academic Excellence

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Eight Long Beach High School seniors Rio Arengo, Aidan Cardo, Isabella Eustate, Samantha Fiallos, Brendan Hellman, Ava Ligouri, Rose Parlakian and Chloe Silverberg were honored with the New York State Education Department’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence. The Scholarships for Academic Excellence (SAE) provide high school students that are the top students in their respective high school at the end of their junior year with a scholarship to attend an institution of higher education located in New York State.

Pending the appropriation of State funds by the New York State Legislature, 8,000 scholarships will be awarded for students graduating in 2023. Of the 8,000 scholarships, 2,000 scholarships will have a value of $1,500 each and 6,000 scholarships will have a value of $500 each.

Date Added: 10/19/2022