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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

January 2018

Dear Parents / Guardians:

I want to first wish the entire Glen Cove community a wonderful and healthy 2018! Hard to imagine that at the end of this month, we will officially be at the midpoint of the school year and already looking forward to planning for not only the subsequent school year, but graduation!

There are three important dates in January for parents and students alike. On January 10th, there will be an informational meeting for parents and student athletes who are college bound, in addition to a general guidance meeting for juniors and seniors on January 11th, offering information detailing information relative to the college application process and life after high school.  In addition, the high school will be hosting the 8th grade student and parent orientation on January 18th.  I encourage parents and students to participate and take advantage of these opportunities to have questions answered by our staff.

January also brings around midterms and Regents exams.  Our Regents/midterm testing week starts on Monday, January 22nd.  During this week, students will be administered Regents exams where applicable, as well as midterms and finals for semester courses.  Please note that some of these exams will be administered in class.  It should also be noted that all juniors will sit for the Common Core English Regents and are recommended to attend review after school.  In fact, I would encourage all of our students to attend review and extra-help in preparation for our exams.  Both the testing and review schedules are available on our website.

The second quarter and first semester of the school year ends on Friday January 26th.  Remember, success in school is directly related to not only great attendance, but on a student’s willingness to learn and participate on a daily basis.  Please contact the school should you have any questions and let’s continue working together to insure our student’s success.

It really is a pleasure and honor serving the Glen Cove community as your High School Principal. Should you ever have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at 801-7610.

Antonio Santana
Allen Hudson III
Katie Prudente


January 2018 Testing Week Schedule
*Note: The U.S. History Mid-Term has been moved to Friday, January 26th at 8:00 a.m.

January 2018 Testing Bus Schedule

January 2018 Regents Review Schedule

2018 Yearbook Ordering Information



The spring session of Drivers Education will begin on Monday, February 12th and end on Thursday, June 7, 2018.

Students must be at least 16 years old by Friday, February 2 and have a valid New York State Learner’s Permit to register.

Registration for High School Seniors Begins Monday, January 2nd and Ends Friday, January 5th, followed by open enrollment on a first come / first served basis for all students who qualify from Monday, January 8th through Friday, February 2nd.

Space is limited-Only 16 morning driving spots are available!

There is also a mandatory Parent/Student Meeting on Thursday, February 8th at 6:30 p.m. in High School Room 123.

Class Rules, NY State Requirements and Driving Schedules will be discussed at this time.

Cost of $575 is due at time of registration by Check or Money Order ONLY payable to the Glen Cove School District.

For more information please see attached flyer and registration form or call the High School Main Office at 801-7610.


Important Links

  • 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

Knightly News

Current News

BOE Honors AP Scholars

BOE Honors AP Scholars photo
On Jan. 3, the Board of Education honored 44 current and former Glen Cove High School students for being named Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board following their outstanding performance on the May 2017 AP exams.
Glen Cove High School Principal Antonio Santana and Assistant Principal Allen Hudson III joined Assistant Principal Katie Prudente as she introduced the students and commended them on their achievements.
“These students should be very proud of their accomplishments, which required both hard work and dedication,” Assistant Principal Prudente said.  
Congratulations to the following students:

AP Scholar with Distinction
(Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.)
John Dong
Nicole Franklin
Julie Micko
Sydney Morris
Jolee Murphy

AP Scholar with Honor
(Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.)
Eric Brown
Andy Delgado
Joshua Filippone
Geovani Flores
Alex Garcia
Larissa Garcia
Brandon Kolanovic
Charles McQuair
Alexis Reveyoso
Morgan Vignali

AP Scholars
(Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.)
Ali Awan
Enaiya Awan
Mikaila Ayala
Daniel Baboolal
Andrew Banos
Samantha Barry
Isabel Blas
Grace Brady
William Casale
Catherine Chinock-Ayiku
Joshua Cohen
Julia Farley
Shelbie Farnan
Yesenia Fernandez
Tristyn Hudson
Amanda Ieraci
Samuel Israel
Irvin Mancia
Evangelia Markoulis
Iris Ong
Amara Phillip
Talia Sakhaee
Laura Roesch
Areana Singh
Ryan Telese
Celia Vasquez
Christina Wiese
Duoyi Xi Hernandez
Joseph Yee


Spanish Students Open Mexican-Style Holiday Market

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Glen Cove High School students in Clare Germino’s Spanish II classes recently created a Mexican-style holiday market. 

The students created their own "puesto" stand and decorated a sign advertising food and crafts for sale. All patrons enjoyed the market, where the students sold everything from baked goods and empanadas to holiday cards, stationery and handmade stuffed animals. Fake pesos were used for payment, and students from other language classes were invited to converse with the classes in Spanish.

Ms. Germino said the market was a great experience for students and tied into the Mexican holiday tradition. Several weeks before Navidad (Christmas), market stalls, or puestos, are set up in plazas in most Mexican cities and towns, where vendors sell crafts and goods. 

Select Chorale Meets World-Renowned Composer

Select Chorale Meets World-Renowned Composer photo
Glen Cove High School’s Select Chorale had an opportunity to meet and work with world-renowned Norwegian composer and pianist Ola Gjeilo on Dec. 14.

The meeting was planned in preparation of the group’s concert, where they will perform Mr. Gjeilo’s “Dark Night of the Soul” and “Luminous Night of the Soul.”

Choral Director Ed Norris described the meeting as “magical.”

“What an experience it was to not only work with a living composer, but someone of his stature in the music industry,” Norris said. “He helped us in many ways, but mostly he was able to really listen and pick apart some things that we needed to work on in terms of balance and phrasing.”

After the students finished singing, they had an opportunity to ask Mr. Gjeilo questions about his music, Norway and many other topics.   

Mr. Norris said that when the group returned to rehearsal the following day, he saw a vast improvement in their performance, saying, “They did a great instituting many of the suggestions that Mr. Gjeilo made.”

New Work-Based Learning Coordinator at Glen Cove

New Work-Based Learning Coordinator at Glen Cove photo
The district has secured Jason Smiloff as work-based learning coordinator for Glen Cove High School. 

As part of his responsibilities, Mr. Smiloff will assist students in securing part-time jobs, internships and job-shadowing placements. He will also help students with résumé writing, cover letter development and identifying references. Other areas of focus will include instructing students on how to fill out a job application and how to dress for a job interview.

Mr. Smiloff looks forward to organizing a Mock Interview Day and career fairs and inviting guest speakers to the high school to engage students. In addition, he will provide career coaching and promote career and technical education opportunities. 

Mr. Smiloff also serves as a workplace learning coordinator at Lawrence High School and teaches business at Uniondale’s Alternative High School in the evenings. The Perkins Grant funds his position in Glen Cove. 

Board Celebrates Class of 2018’s Top Students

Board Celebrates Class of 2018’s Top Students photo
Administrators and Board members recognized Glen Cove High School’s top 10 students of the Class of 2018 during the Board of Education meeting on Dec. 13.

Glen Cove High School Principal Antonio Santana kicked off the honors, describing the students as “remarkable.”

“One of the things I want to emphasize is that, above and beyond their achievements academically in terms of their GPAs, all of these students are really involved in the Glen Cove community. It really adds to that spirit that is the Class of 2018,” Santana said. “I’m extremely proud of all their accomplishments.” 

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Maria Rianna congratulated the students.

“You are an outstanding group of individuals, and to know that our future is in your hands is just a big relief for me,” she said. “I can’t wait to see what the future holds for you, but I know that it will be something heartfelt and wonderful, specific to your own needs. You are amazing.”  

Congratulations to the following students, who are ranked in order: valedictorian John Dong, salutatorian Brandon Kolanovic, honorarian Isabel Blas, Jolee Murphy, Talia Sakhaee, Nicole Franklin, Ryan Greenfield and Amanda Ieraci (tied for seventh), Joshua Filippone and Grace Tenke. 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018