• Hicksville High School Tri-M Honor Society Concert

    The Winter Recital of the Tri-M Music Honor Society delivered an ambitious program of timeless classics to a standing-room-only audience in the Hicksville High School Kristoff Theatre. The 37 members of the troupe played and sang their way through 15 musical selections in a program lasting just under two hours. The score ranged from classical compositions by Bach, Haydn, Schubert, Brahms and Mendelssohn to a jazzy...

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  • Hicksville High School Winter Concert III Wows Audience

    The students playing in Hicksville High School’s Winter Concert III performed an ambitious selection of music in a wide variety of styles before a large audience at the high school. The program began with the high school wind ensemble, directed by teacher Chad Wyman, presenting a rousing rendition of John Philip Sousa’s “The Fairest of the Fair” and continued with two more upbeat selections.

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  • “CEO DAY” AT HICKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD, 2012

    As part of the Hicksville High School guidance department’s mission to provide students with an interdisciplinary approach to college and career readiness, a very special visit was made by Mr. Mitchell Klipper, CEO of Barnes and Noble’s retail group. Mr. Klipper was introduced by Ms. Rafaelides, Chairperson of Guidance Services, Ms. Hannon, Guidance Counselor and by Hicksville High School senior, Marissa Schiavone

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  • High School National Honor Society Welcomes Newest Members

    The Hicksville High School National Honor Society added 120 members to its ranks in a ceremony steeped in tradition and symbolism that was held in the school auditorium. "I hope that the pride others have in you will encourage you to achieve all that you desire to be,” said High School Principal Brijinder K. Singh in her welcome address.

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  • Middle School Spelling Bee Winner Readies for Long Island Final

    Middle School student Jerry Hsiao endured sixteen rounds of intense competition to earn the title of Scripps National Spelling Bee School Champion during the final qualifying event. Jerry correctly sequenced the spelling of ‘telepathic’ to secure the victory and is advancing to the regional final at Hofstra on March 18. Schoolmate Neelay Bose placed second and will serve as an alternate for the regional competition.

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  • Hicksville Boys Soccer Team Takes State Championship

    For the first time since 1979, the Hicksville High School boys varsity soccer team has secured the Conference AA, Nassau County Championship, the Long Island Championship, and the New York State Championship titles (Click for More)

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  • Hicksville Senior Has Been Named a National Merit Finalist

    Hicksville High School senior Yinwei (Charlie) Zhang has been named a Finalist in the 57th National Merit Scholarship Program and will compete in the spring for one of the National Merit Scholarships, which altogether total $34 million.

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  • Students Recognized for Work in the Arts

    The Hicksville Public School District is proud to announce that three student-artists have received recognition by the Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) and Newsday for having demonstrated excellence in art during their high school careers.

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  • Hicksville BOE Recognized for Service and Dedication

    Hicksville High School Student Government President Andrew Stockstad recognized Board of Education President Anthony Edelman for his service to the community’s students during a public meeting in October.(Click for More)

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  • Taking a Bite out of Hunger

    Members of the Hicksville Middle School Student Council joined the combined efforts of Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Island Harvest to eliminate hunger on Long Island. On behalf of the student body, Student Council President Jeffrey Aguilar

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  • Hicksville Reads

    For many students at Hicksville Middle School, reading was a favorite pastime during the summer months. After the students settled into their daily routines, the Middle School reading staff provided summer readers with an opportunity to reflect on their book selections and utilize their creativity to profile their novels.

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  • The College Board Recognizes 70 Hicksville High School Students as Advanced Placement Scholars

    The College Board has recognized 70 Hicksville High School students with Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The AP Program provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while enrolled in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on AP Exams. Each exam is graded on a scale of 1 to 5, with 3 or higher considered a passing grade. (Click for More)

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  • Hicksville Public Schools
    Open Doors for Start of Academic Year

    Toting backpacks and disembarking from bright yellow school buses, Hicksville Public School students entered their classrooms on September 6 for the opening of the 2011-2012 school year.(Click for More)

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  • Hicksville Middle School Welcomes Incoming Sixth-Grade Class

    Students and their families congregated in the Hicksville Middle School gymnasium for the annual sixth-grade orientation prior to the official opening of the 2011-2012 academic school year. Principal Mara Jorisch assured the new students that their time in the middle school will be a positive experience and introduced key members of the faculty, who will support the students in their future success (Click for More)

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