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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

Long Beach High School Senior Named National Merit Semifinalist

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Long Beach High School is excited to congratulate Samuel Adler for being named a National Merit Semifinalist in the 69th Annual National MeritScholarship Program. The Long Beach senior is among approximately 16,000 semifinalists selected nationally from an estimated 1.3 million who entered the academic competition upon taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test as juniors.

Being recognized as a National Merit Semifinalist means Samuel has a chance to win a National Merit Scholarship, which will be offered next spring. A Semifinalist represents the top 1% of United States high school seniors and highest-scoring entrants from each state.

Samuel will now move forward with a scholarship application which will spotlight his academic record, participation in school and community activities, leadership experience, employment and other awards and honors he has received. He will also be endorsed by a Long Beach High School official and need to write a compelling essay.

The district is incredibility proud of Samuel for receiving this honor for the 2023-2024 school year and wishes his continued success!

*In the photo Sam is getting congratulated by his Guidance Counselor Erik Steinmetz.

Date Added: 9/19/2023

Six LBHS Students Selected to NYSSMA All-State

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Long Beach High School students Ryan Allen, Alejandro Celis, Keyi Chen, Michael Ducorsky, Samantha Feingold and Stephania Robinson have been selected to perform at the 87th NYSSMA All-State Winter Conference being held in Rochester, New York on Nov. 30- Dec. 23.

Allen was selected as an alternate for Tenor Saxophone, Celis was selected to Symphony Orchestra for trumpet, Chen was selected to Symphony Orchestra for violin, Ducorsky was selected to Symphonic Band for clarinet, Feingold was selected to Symphonic Band for tenor saxophone and Robinson was selected to Mixed Chorus for alto voice.

The New York State Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State process is open to students in tenth and eleventh grades. Students spend countless hours preparing a NYSSMA Level 6 solo which must be selected from repertoire lists in the current NYSSMA manual. This solo is then presented for adjudication at specific NYSSMA solo festivals around the state. Any student receiving a ranking of 98-100 is automatically recommended for All-State consideration.

Long Beach High School music teachers fill out applications/recommendation forms for the students, and send it onto the All-State Committee, which is made up of representatives from the 15 regional zones across the state. Long Island has two zones, one for Nassau, and one for Suffolk.

The committee reviews the applications and begins to select the students who will make up the five performing ensembles which include Mixed Chorus, Instrumental Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Symphonic Band, and Symphony Orchestra. In addition to those students assigned to an ensemble, alternates are selected for each part/instrument in the event a student is unable to perform.

Last spring over 6,500 high school sophomores and juniors completed the All-State audition process, and around 600 were selected to participate across the ensembles. The five groups are directed by renowned guest conductors and perform in one of three concerts in the Eastman (Rochester) Theater and Innovations Theater during the annual NYSSMA Winter Conference in late November or early December each year. Rehearsals take place in Rochester from Thursday through the Sunday concert during the conference.

“We are so proud of our wonderfully talented Long Beach High School students who were selected to participate in All-State,” said Julia Lang-Shapiro, Long Beach Director of Media, Visual & Performing Arts. “This is another record-setting year for the Long Beach High School Music Department with six students selected for participation, or as alternates!”

Date Added: 9/19/2023

Long Beach Freshmen Attend Orientation Day

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Prior to the first day of school on Sept. 6, incoming ninth graders were excited to be back with peers and explore Long Beach High School on Aug. 29 for orientation day.   

The students were welcomed by Principal Jeffrey Myers, building administrators and faculty for a grade-level overview of the year to come.   The rising freshmen toured the school building, had a chance to visit classrooms, ask upperclassmen questions and get acclimated with their new school surroundings. The morning event concluded with a Club Fair in the upper commons.

Date Added: 9/1/2023