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Four WFHS Seniors to Play in Boomer Esiason’s Empire Challenge

Four William Floyd High School seniors – Gary Anderson, Jordan Clinton, Nick Silva and Keith Winfrey – will suit up one more time on the high school gridiron as the best players on Long Island face off against the best players in New York City in the 24th annual Empire Challenge on Fr
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Class of 2019 William Floyd High School Graduation FAQ

    Please click here for a full graduation checklist and guidelines for students. Please pardon the appearance of the fields behind the bleachers as work on the capital project approved by residents in October 2017 is underway. Thank you and congratulations to our soon-to-b
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WFHS Ensembles Earn Gold Ratings at Big Apple Classic

The William Floyd High School Women’s Choir, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra and Full Orchestra ensembles recently earned “Gold” ratings – the highest award available – at the Big Apple Classic held on June 5 at Adelphi University and in New York City. Additionally, three students – J
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William Floyd High School Artists Recognized by Parrish Art Museum

Three William Floyd High School seniors, Emily Barros, Lorraine Wimpelberg and Vicky Jiang were recently honored at the Parrish Art Museum 2019 Student Art Exhibition for their outstanding work. These students were selected from more than 150 high school students in Suffolk County by
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children and adults riding bikes at a bike-a-thon.

Adaptive Bike Program Bike-A-Thon

MSC Kyle Sports and AMBUCS Long Island are planning an “Adaptive Bike Program Bike-A-Thon” this summer at William Floyd Middle School on Saturday, July 13 from 12-3 pm (rain date: Saturday, July 20). Bike and helmets are required. AMBUCS applications are available. The event will take
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Student holds a National Honor Society pennant with the principal and two teachers

Senior Earns National Honor Society Semifinalist Scholarship

William Floyd High School senior Desiree DeMelfi was recently selected as a semifinalist in the National Honor Society (NHS) National Scholarship program, which provides just 575 students across the nation with a $3,200 college scholarship. Desiree was among the top 25 NHS recipients
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Mathslam kids with teacher in a group.

William Floyd Elementary Hosts Second MathSlam Competition

William Floyd Elementary School recently hosted its second annual Math Slam, a mathematics-based competition for third through fifth graders that tests students’ critical thinking and math skills. Students in all three grade levels participated in a prequalifying round in their classr
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June 2019 WF High School Regents Examination Schedule and Information

We will be administering the New York State Regents Examinations on June 3, 2019 and June 17, 2019 through June 25, 2019. As a result, we will be using a testing schedule and modified transportation schedule. Please click here for details.  Due to the seriousness of the testing admini
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High school students standing in front of racks of dresses.

Seniors to Celebrate Prom in Style

William Floyd High School will be hosting its senior prom on Friday, June 7 at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook with the theme “A Night of 1,000 Lights.” Thanks to the generosity of the William Floyd school community in the prom gown giveaway, many students will be able to attend in style
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WFHS Girls’ Varsity Track State Qualifier Results, State Championships this Weekend

This past weekend, the William Floyd Colonials girls’ varsity track team under the leadership of head coach John Ryan competed in the New York State Qualifier Meet held at Comsewogue High School. The team put forth some great performances led by sophomore Tatianna Kistner who earned A
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