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Glen Cove High School

School Hours:  7:30 a.m. – 2:02 p.m.

150 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove, NY
(516) 801-7600



Welcome to Our School

Dear Parents / Guardians:

This is my final letter for the 2016-2017 school year! That said, June is perhaps the busiest time of the year for the High School. This past month we enjoyed performances by all of our performing groups during both concerts, as well as a great production of Into the Woods. We were also able to acknowledge student achievement at both our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony and during our student awards night. This coming month we will continue acknowledging our student athletes at our Varsity Athletic Awards Night and our musicians at the Tri-M Music Honor Society Induction on June 7th and 8th respectively.

Friday, June 9th is the last day of instruction at the high school. Please note that seniors will be treated to a yearbook signing barbeque that afternoon, and our underclassmen will be prepping for finals and Regents exams. Also note that our testing schedule runs from Monday, June 12 through Thursday, June 22.  A complete exam schedule is posted on the high school website. Please note that ONLY students being administered a final or Regents exam, is scheduled for a formal review session, or has an appointment will be admitted to the building from June 12th through June 22nd.  In addition, seniors will attend a mandatory graduation rehearsal and brunch on Friday, June 23, followed by their commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 24th at 10 a.m.  We are very much looking forward to celebrating this milestone.

In terms of finals and Regents exams, it is recommended that students place all required examination material (pens, pencils, and calculators) in a clear Ziploc bag.  As per NYSED regulations, book bags, papers, cell phones and other electronic devices are not permitted in the testing room.  A student’s test will be declared invalid simply by the fact that he/she is in possession of an electronic device in a testing area.  It is no longer a question of whether or not the student used the device to illegally transmit information.  Just having the electronic device in their possession will cause the examination to be considered invalid.  We will collect cell phones and/or any other communication device from students who bring them to school during testing weeks. Needless to say, please continue to encourage your children to attend extra help and Regents review as they prepare for a successful end to the school year.

Finally, we want to thank you for your continued support. Without your encouragement and assistance, our students could not have made all of the wonderful accomplishments that have made this past year yet another success. On behalf of the faculty and staff at Glen Cove High School, we wish you an enjoyable and safe summer break.

Congratulations Class of 2017!

Antonio Santana
Allen Hudson III
Alexa Doeschner

Important Links

August Regents Schedule

  • Instructions on the Parent Portal and PowerSchool App (English) (Spanish)
  • Student must bring: Birth certificate/state issued photo ID, completed application form with parent/guardian signature and a recent physical (less then 1 year old).

Glen Cove High School Newspaper

The Cove-er Times

Current News

Glen Cove High School Celebrates the Class of 2017

Glen Cove High School Celebrates the Class of 2017 Photo

It was a special day for the graduating class at Glen Cove High School, as four years of hard work and dedication ultimately led to graduation day on June 25. Now, the Class of 2017 looks forward, as they embark on the next journey of their lives.

Students marched from the gymnasium onto J.C. Maiden Field as their families, friends and community members cheered from the bleachers. The high school band performed “Pomp and Circumstance” while graduates made their way to their seats.

After valedictorian Julie Micko led the Pledge of Allegiance, the school’s concert choir, conducted by senior Xavier Fernandez, performed the alma mater. Principal Antonio Santana then shared some thoughts with the Class of 2017.

“I want to thank the Class of 2017,” he said. “Thank you all for being such fantastic individuals. Thank you for enriching my life over the last two years. It’s really been awesome.”

Students also heard words of wisdom from their valedictorian, salutatorian and honorarian, Julie Micko, Geovani Flores and Laura Roesch, respectively, as well as Board of Education President Amy Franklin, senior class president Anthony James Perfetti and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Maria Rianna.

“The memories and character you developed here are irreplaceable,” Micko said. “Always look back at your life story with as few regrets as possible, because every mistake and awkward moment here has helped you grow, bit by bit, into the unique individual you are today.”

Flores praised his classmates for their hard work getting to this point, and said that if it weren’t for the students, families and friends, they wouldn’t be where they are today. This included a touching tribute to his own family, both in English and Spanish.

Roesch said people have asked her throughout the past year what’s next, and where does she see herself in five years, and she said it’s okay not to know just yet.

“I’m just as clueless as they are about what the future holds,” she said. “Everyone expects you to have a plan. However as of right now, I don’t have the answers to any of the important questions and I don’t need them. The next four years are the first steps to finding some of the answers.”

Dr. Rianna said she’s going to miss the Class of 2017, but she looks forward to seeing what the future holds for these talented young men and women.

“The time with them, listening and working with them, has been a tremendous experience,” Dr. Rianna said. “They are a very special group of young people, diverse in their dreams, in their skills and their many talents, but very similar in their passion, their sense of community and in their hearts.”

Relay for Life Success for Glen Cove’s Big Red Team

Relay for Life Success for Glen Cove’s Big Red Team Photo
Glen Cove High School’s Big Red Team participated in a Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society at North Shore High School on June 10. In all, the team raised $1,595 for the organization. If you’d like to donate to the "Glen Cove Big Red" team, visit the fundraising page:



Saturday, August 19, 2017