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Two Student-Actors Receive Rees Nominations

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West Babylon Senior High School students Kirra Murphy and Matthew Gennings were nominated for the annual Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Musical Theater. These two students were chosen by adjudicators for their recent roles in the school’s production of “Mamma Mia.” Murphy and Gennings were two of 50 students chosen from all of New York State to participate in this competition. They will compete with students from all across New York during the first weekend in May, working with Broadway industry coaches to try to move on to the National High School Musical Theater Awards.

Date Added: 4/17/2024

Tradition Shines Bright at Blue & Gold

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More than 60 years of tradition was on full display as West Babylon Senior High School hosted its annual Blue & Gold competition from April 11-13. This year’s battle was superheroes and villians vs. horror movies. The stands were packed in a sea of blue and gold as the community came out in full force to support their favorite school color. The student-artists showed off their creativity as the school’s gymnasium was transformed into a work of art. The members of the props team showed off their skills, while the dance routines and choreography showcased the high level of talent. Following their entrances, each team showed off their routines with calisthenics, lyrical, hip-hop and marching performances. With three sold-out performances, the annual Blue and Gold awards more than $10,000 in student scholarships annually.

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Date Added: 4/16/2024

Regular BOE Meeting - April 16, 2024

Date Added: 4/15/2024


West Babylon Inducts 18 New Members into Art Honor Society

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West Babylon Senior High School celebrated the artistic talents of its students at the 14th National Art Honor Society induction ceremony on March 26. National Art Honor Society adviser Mrs. Bodolai welcomed guests to the ceremony and commended the students for their commitment to the arts. “You continue to express yourself in the arts,” she said. “Keeping shining your artistic light on the world.”

The National Art Honor Society students have showcased their abilities throughout the school and community, including worldwide events like the Memory Project. To qualify for the National Art Honor Society, students must maintain a high grade point average in art classes and engage in art activities beyond the school day. “Your artistic talent and drive for academic excellence is an inspiration to both your teachers and your peers,” Ms. Bodolai added. “You are a shining example of why art is a vital component in education.”

Congratulations to the newest inductees: Sarah Caltabiano, Chloe DeAngelis, Adam Gosline, Kylah Hicklin, Emma Hooton, Elizabeth Lopez, Casey Villegas-Martinez, Merary Martinez, Dheera Misra, Katelyn Moar, Katiemae Murray, Illary Ortega, Nandini Ramesh, Paige Rizzo, Joara Rivera, Samantha Rojos, Grace Sjoholm and Mikayla Tournu.

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Date Added: 4/15/2024

Curriculum & Instruction Parents Newsletter - Spring 2024

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Date Added: 4/12/2024