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Mineola High School

10 Armstrong Rd, Garden City Park, NY 11040
Main Office: (516) 237-2600
Attendance Office: (516) 237-2610
Athletic Office: (516) 237-2630
Fine & Performing Arts Office: (516) 237-2625
Guidance Office: (516) 237-2650
Nurse's Office: (516) 237-2680
Fax: (516) 237-2608

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Interim Principal
Edward Escobar
 

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Assistant Principal
Lisa Downey, Ed.D.

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Assistant Principal
Jennifer Maichin 

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Assistant Principal
Stephanie Honig

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Our Accolades

Award badges: Common Sense School 2020-22; NYS Seal of Biliteracy; US News Best High Schools Rankings 2021

Apple Distinguished School
Recognized by Apple as a distinguished school for continuous innovation in learning, teaching, and the school environment.

Mineola High School News

Exploring Energy at Synergy

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Synergy learners are exploring energy with a hands-on Fab Lab project that has them constructing their own wind turbines!

Date Added: 9/19/2023

EMT Program

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Our learners are learning skills that could save lives! Our EMT program is teaching students a wide range of skills, including proper body mechanics when lifting a patient in a scoop stretcher and how to use our new stethoscopes and sphygmomanometers.

Date Added: 9/18/2023

Marching Band Prepares For Lift Off

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After an undefeated 2022-23 season and bringing home the Small School Division 1 (SS1) championship for the first time in Mineola history, the Mineola Mustangs High School Marching Band is hoping to make history again with their new show “Odyssey: Through Space and Time.” As was last year’s, this new show features original music composed entirely by Mineola music department staff.

Keeping with a decade’s long tradition, the season started with a six-day immersive marching band camp held at Camp Towanda in the Poconos in August. The 140 students and their teachers made the most of the excursion including hours of practice, learning each note and step of the colorful and complex arrangement. Band camp also included fun activities and opportunities for teamwork and bonding that the students won’t soon forget, including the annual senior bonfire.

Back at home, Long Island Ducks fans were the first to get a sneak peak of the new show when the Marching Band and Color Guard performed as part of pre-game festivities on Sept. 2 at the ballpark in Central Islip.

Competition season begins Sunday, Sept. 17 at Brentwood High School and culminates with the New York State Field Band Conference Championships in Syracuse, NY on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Date Added: 9/14/2023

Day of Service & Remembrance

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MHS learners, teachers and staff joined together on Sept. 11 in honor of the 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance. Led by the Student Service Center, the team packed 700 snack bags that were donated to the Mary Brennan INN, a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization that provides essential services to assist those challenged by hunger, homelessness and poverty on Long Island.

Immediately following the service activity, the group gathered in the Reggie Carter Commons for a ceremony where they were reminded of the importance of honoring the victims with service and kindness and living by the motto “We Honor, We Help, We Heal.” The ceremony included a poetry reading and the story of the Survivor Tree, a Callery pear tree, that was discovered buried in rubble at Ground Zero and was rehabilitated and returned to the Memorial in 2010 as a living reminder of resilience, survival and rebirth.

In 2011, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Mineola planted a Survivor Tree at the high school that is growing strong and serves as a spot of solitude and contemplation. At the conclusion of the annual 9/11 ceremony, students take turning watering the tree to contrast the fire that caused immense destruction and tragedy and to symbolize water as a primary element of rebirth and renewal.

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Date Added: 9/12/2023

Welcome Back Learners

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We’re excited to have everyone back and are looking forward to an exceptional school year! #MineolaProud

Date Added: 9/5/2023