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Long Beach High School

322 Lagoon Drive West, Lido Beach, NY 11561

Attendance Office:

(516) 897-2003

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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Current News

Names Not Numbers Film Project Showing - June 8th, 2023

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A Holocaust Memorial Film Project by students of Long Beach High School.

Date: Thursday, June 8th, 2023

Time: 5PM

Location: LBHS Auditorium

Date Added: 5/4/2023


LBHS Junior receives New York Senate Youth Leadership Award

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Long Beach High School junior Shane Schack recently received a New York State Senate Youth Leadership Recognition Award. This award is given to outstanding students who excel not only academically, but through leadership in extracurricular and volunteer activities.

Schack has been volunteering since elementary and middle school to assist peers who have special needs. When he started high school, he got involved with the school’s Best Pal’s Club and currently serves as the club’s president. Best Pal’s Club is extracurricular group that facilitates initiatives that connect general education students with those in the Life Skills program, which serves a large population of teens with autism. Best Pal’s objective is to provide socialization events and activities for the students in the Life Skills program.

Some of the events Shane has been responsible for coordinating through Best Pal’s have included Halloween dances, pizza and ice cream parties and games such as “Keep It Up” with a balloon. The junior also regularly teaches exercise and life skill classes to adults and children at the Jewish Community Center in Oceanside.

Best Pal’s Club Advisor Cathy Palmer shared, “Shane truly has a talent and easily makes a connection with all students.” Palmer described how the students’ faces light up when Shane interacts with them. “He consistently goes out of his way to greet them and make them feel comfortable when he sees them during the school day. Shane is truly someone who stands out as an outstanding individual who truly makes a difference in the lives of special needs students,” said Palmer.

The district extends congratulations to Shane and wishes him continued future success.

Date Added: 5/4/2023

Long Beach High School hosts College and Career Days

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Long Beach High School students were invited to attend one of three College and Career Days that recently took place on April 18, 20 and 26.

Career professionals from various trades, law enforcement agencies, representatives from military branches and college admissions including Mount St. Mary College, SUNY Plattsburgh, Pace University, University of Scranton and Manhattan College to name a few.

College and Career Day visitors were stationed at tables around the Commons and provided students with educational information and other valuable insight on specific career paths.

The purpose of College and Career Day is to inspire students to explore various opportunities as they prepare for their future.

Date Added: 5/1/2023