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250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701hs
Phone Number: 631-565-6100
Grades: 9-12

Principal: Mr. Edward Plaia
Acting Assistant Principal: Dr. John Cardone

Assistant Principal: Mr. Brian Suckle
Acting Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
Hours: 7:10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


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End of Year Letter to Parents (English)

End of Year Letter to Parents (Spanish)

9th Grade Family Orientation Letter (English)

9th Grade Family Orientation Letter (Spanish)

9th Grade Family Orientation Flyer (English)

9th Grade Family Orientation Flyer (Spanish)

June 1st, 2022 Regents Final Letter (English)

June 1st, 2022 Regents Final Letter (Spanish)

June Regents Review Beginning May 9th at 2:10- 3:10pm

AMHS Student Site: Daily Announcements, afterschool schedules, Guidance links and more... 

Spring Letter to Families - March 2022 (English) (Spanish)

ECHO Winter Edition 2022

Amityville Memorial High School Parent Conference March 31st Parent Information

District-Wide ENL Family/Parent Night - December 21, 2021 at 6PM

Honor Roll Parent Letter

Amityville Memorial High School Parent Conference November 23rd Parent Information

Conferencia de padres de la escuela secundaria Amityville Memorial 23 de noviembre Información para padres

Senior FA Presentation - English

Senior FA Presentation - Spanish

FAFSA Completion Workshops

Register for these workshops by clicking on the link above: 6 PM on 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, and 11/30

Our Upcoming Virtual *HBCU/FAFSA Workshop* on Sunday, November 14, 2021 from 4:00pm - 5:30pm.

Simone A. Nicholas, President of the *Long Island Cross County Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc*.(NCNW) would like to invite Amityville Memorial High School students and their families to register

Register: Click Here

Click Here to View HBCU Workshop Flyer

Oportunidades de Financiamiento Para Estudiantes

Funding Opportunities for undocumented students: The New York State Dream Act

Presenter: Diana Castillo, UnLocal, Inc.
Date/Time: 10/19/21,  6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Zoom


This workshop is for students and their parents, and will be presented in Spanish. 

Take the FEAR out of FAFSA: Thursday, October 28, 7:00 PM EST

Join Joshua Streich and his colleagues from the Office of Financial Aid at

Stony Brook University, to learn more about how to apply for financial aid

and the different types of aid students may be eligible for. Together we will

demystify this (not so) scary process.

Click Here To Enroll

High School Dual Enrollment Informational Meeting 10/14/2021 6 PM

*Meeting link: *

Join by phone
(US) +1 402-295-5175
PIN: 973 743 634#

Higher Education Student Assistance Authority Virtual FAFSA Event 
Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 6 PM 

Quarterly Letter To Parents - November 2021


Back to School Night Letter 2021 – English


Back to School Night Letter 2021 – Spanish

APTC Fall Apparel Flyer 2021-2022


Amityville Memorial HS Parking


9th Grade Orientation Letter 8/19/21


AMHS Graduation Livestream - June 26 at 10 a.m.


AMHS Summer School Information


AMHS Graduation Plans – June 26 at 10 a.m.


Blood Drive Information Flyer
Blood Drive Parental Permission Notice


AMHS June 2021 Regents Letter


AMHS Graduation Update: English/Español


AMHS Parent Conference Letter
Parent Teacher Conference Links


Spring Virtual College Fairs


Island Harvest Food Pantry at EWMMS


Virtual Transition Night (English)

Virtual Transition Night (Español)


Virtual College Financial Aid Workshop – December 1


Key Club Online Food Drive 2020


Apparel Fundraiser


AMHS Remote Learning Protocols and Etiquette


Title I Meeting Presentation 2020 in Spanish



**Letter from Principal Re: Learning Plan During School Closure**


**Important: High School Bus Schedule and Stops**




National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Premieres: Thursday, April 15 @ 7 p.m.

Watch it here:


2020-2021 Bell Schedule


AMHS January Remote Learning Letter


PSAT/NMSQT January Exam Letter


Financial Aid Presentations:

Understanding Financial Aid Offers and Resources

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Process


Free Financial Aid Workshops 2020-2021


Important Information Regarding 2020/2021 SATs
AMHS Newspaper: ECHO

AMHS Literary Magazine: EXPRESSIONS



Senior Week Presentations



Current News

Amityville High School Student is Named 2021-2022 Winner of the Long Island Youth Summit

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(MAY 2022)—Recently, Amityville Memorial High School student Liliana Fernandez Rodriguez was announced as the 2021-2022 winner of the Long Island Youth Summit. Liliana won two round-trip tickets to any destination within the United States, donated by Southwest Airlines. Eric Alexander, Director of Vision of Long Island, and Dr. Nathalia Rogers, founder of the Long Island Youth Summit, will present the airline tickets to Liliana at Amityville Memorial High School.

The Long Island Youth Summit is a year-round educational program that is in partnership with Northwell Health, St. Joseph’s College, Vision Long Island, and various other public and private organizations. The purpose of the Summit is to engage young people as early as possible in thinking about and solving the problems related to local and regional social, economic, and environmental issues. The Summit aims at developing research, creative, and social skills of high school students by allowing them to work collaboratively with leaders in business, government, and non-profit sectors. The Summit also aims to bring together talented students of diverse backgrounds from different school districts across Long Island and to give these students an opportunity to work together in collaborative, solution-oriented teams.

“The Summit brings together talented high school students for a day of interactive workshops with experts in the fields of medicine, the environment, business, the economy, and leadership,” said Dr. Diane Impagliazzo, Liason for Long Island Youth Summit. “The Summit offers students a unique opportunity to represent their high school, to interact with high school students from all over Long Island and experts in various business fields as well to win awards for their projects.”

Every year around 300 students across Long Island are selected to participate in the Summit’s annual conference. Students who have submitted the best projects go on to participate in the annual conference where they work with top experts to develop solutions to a host of socio-medical, environmental, and social challenges. To become finalists, students have to submit original projects to the Summit’s Selection Committee and be selected to participate based on the quality of their projects. Liliana won in the category of Teen Mental Health, Self-Esteem, and Well Being.


9th Grade Family Orientation Flyer and Letter

Date Added: 5/16/2022


Amityville School District Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian of Class of 2022

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(MAY 2022)—Amityville Union Free School District has announced Mikhail Ankudovych and Andielynn Llamas as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2022.

Mikhail, nicknamed, Misha is an accomplished scholar and a leader at Amityville Memorial High School. The valedictorian is the President of the Amityville Memorial High School Class of 2022, President of the World Language Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, and the Key Club of Kiwanis International. Misha is also the Editor-in-Chief for the Amityville Echo student newspaper, a parliamentarian for the National Honor Society, a founder, and leader of Suffolk County Frontline Foods, an educator of Junior Achievement, and a member of the Distributive Education Club of America. He is also the section leader for Amityville Memorial High School’s Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra.

Outside of school, Misha has worked as a host at the Park Avenue Grill. He will be attending Northeastern University and his anticipated major is Statistics with a concentration in Quantitative Finance. Misha boasted a cumulative GPA of 110.77.

Andielynn is not only a dedicated athlete but a leader in her school clubs and activities as well. She competes in Lacrosse, Cross Country, and Indoor Track. The salutatorian has served as the President of the National Honor Society and the Yearbook Club, Vice President of Tri-M Music Honor Society, Secretary of World Language Honor Society, and is a section leader of the Violas in the Chamber Orchestra.

Andielynn has a cumulative GPA of 108.86. She has been accepted to Molloy College, Adelphi University, Hartwick College, and Long Island University, and plans on a career in nursing.

Amityville Memorial High School’s Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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(MAY 2022) —Recently, Amityville Memorial High School inducted its inaugural members into the Amityville Chapter of Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society. The group is advised by Dawn Mizrachi and Jennifer Schulken.

Rho Kappa is a national organization founded in 1921 for students who have demonstrated dedication to the academic field of social studies, participation in activities that demonstrate civic engagement in the school or the community, and the display of outstanding character during their school career.

The students who enter this prestigious organization have worked tirelessly to fulfill the academic, leadership, service, and character requirements. Each student was sponsored by a faculty member and was approved by the faculty council. Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society membership is signified by a badge that each student will carry with them beyond the doors of high school, for it represents the dedication to a life of honor.

2022 Inaugural Inductees:
Yaneli Amaya
Melissa Contreras
Stefanie Contreras-Gomez
Dimarion Donaldson
Daniella Henriquez
Terry Holman
Andielynn Llamas
Sheyla Medina Cruz
Samanta Molina
Scott Pineda
Ryan Rose
Adriana Velasquez Bautista
Florian Victor

Bonjour and Hola Amityville Memorial High School World Language Honor Society

(MAY, 2022)—Amityville Memorial High School recently welcomed 37 new members to its World Language Honor Society. 27 New members were inducted for their mastery of Spanish; 10 students were inducted for their excellence in French.
In remarks to the students being inducted, Dr. Edward Fale, Superintendent of Schools of the Amityville School District, noted, “Your achievement in the study of a world language is exemplary. Each of you, in the language of your choice, has demonstrated a mastery of that language that is laudatory.” Dr. Fale also commended the district’s outstanding world language educators for their invaluable role in helping the inductees achieve such heights in their world language studies.

In order to be inducted, students have to meet certain standards and be nominated by their respective language teachers. Nominations are given based on a student’s past and current grades in their language of choice. World Language Honor Society students have to have a 90% or better cumulative average in their language classes. They must also have an overall cumulative GPA of 85%. Students being inducted into the World Language Honor Society must also demonstrate exemplary conduct and commit time to community service related to the language for which they are inducted.

“Congratulations to all the new inducted students,” said Francesca Chery, Amityville Memorial High School French Teacher. “I would also like to give a special shout out to our student, Mikhail Ankudovych, the President of the World Language Honor Society, French Vice President, Melissa Contreras, and Spanish Vice President, Yaneli Amaya!”

The 37 students inducted into the National Foreign Language Honor Society were:
Spanish Language Inductees:
Ariel Amaya - Sophomore
Yenifer Arrue Galvez - Sophomore
Jennifer Banegas - Sophomore
Sydni Blake - Sophomore
Luna Caicedo - Junior
Margaret Catron - Sophomore
Angel Chica Diaz - Sophomore
Jaydyn Davis - Senior
Kalei Grant - Junior
Lindsay Guevara - Sophomore
Ruben Hernandez - Sophomore
Tatiana Khan - Junior
Qynten Lewis - Junior
Dianna Marte - Sophomore
Brian Martinez - Sophomore
Tatiana Martinez - Sophomore
Karina Martinez Duran - Junior
Kristen Preza - Sophomore
Genesis Quintanilla - Junior
Josue Quintanilla - Junior
Faith Roberts - Junior
Dahniya Robinson - Sophomore
Luis Rojas - Sophomore
Kenia Ruiz Reyes - Sophomore
Jairo Salazar - Junior
Amin Shah - Junior
Ava Tucciarone - Junior

French Language Inductees:
Melissa Dupon - Junior
Benson Guillaume - Sophomore
Hasslyn Hurtado - Junior
Jaadler Jameau - Sophomore
Kyra Lee - Sophomore
Anjuli Persaud - Freshman
Katya Ramos Rojas - Sophomore
Ashlyn Rodriguez Orellana - Sophomore
Tayler Rollins - Sophomore
Madeline Shingleton - Sophomore
Friday, May 20, 2022