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168 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, New York 11514

Principal: Mr. Thomas DePaola

Assistant Principal: Mr. Gerald Baratta Jr.

Assistant Principal: Mr. Allen Foraker 

HS Main Office: (516) 622-6432

MS Main Office: (516) 622-6547


Livestream High School Academic Awards 5/23/23 1:50 PM

Livestream High School Senior Scholarship Awards 5/23/23 7:00 PM



Photo: Allen Foraker, Gerald Baratta, Thomas DePaola


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Current News

Students Raise More Than $14K for the Children’s Tumor Foundation

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Carle Place High School students participated in their annual Battle of the Classes: Battling for a Cause on May 25. This marked the 16th year of the special event. Together, they raised more than $14,500 for the Children’s Tumor Foundation, in honor of Carle Place sophomore Dean LaRotunda. The foundation’s mission is to drive research, expand knowledge and advance care for the neurofibromatosis community.

Battle of the Classes: Battling for a Cause is organized each year by the Carle Place Middle/High School Student Organization with adviser Jillian Kelly and the Key Club with adviser Maddalena Buffalino. Each grade level from 9-12 participates in friendly competition events such as an inflatable obstacle course, relay race, volleyball game, teachers vs. seniors basketball game, Pictionary, Quizbowl, ultimate frisbee and bubble soccer. The senior class took home the victory this year.

“Our attendance numbers surpassed all expectations, with an impressive turnout of individuals from diverse student groups,” Ms. Kelly said. “This level of engagement speaks volumes about the inclusivity of Carle Place High School, as well as the immense compassion and passion of this community.”

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Date Added: 6/2/2023

Basketball Coaches Share Love of Game with Local Youth League

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Our Lady of Hope CYO Basketball recently wrapped up its spring intramural league and went right into the summer session. The team, featuring players Ryan Li, Antonio Ruggiano, Chris Colacello, Chris Zanino, Tyler Aguilar and Ryan Leary, is led by Carle Place High School Varsity Boys Basketball Coach John Cantwell and Assistant Coach James McKeough.
Once the CYO travel season ended, a Carle Place league began for the boys in grades 6-8 to keep them playing. The league consisted of a uniform, 12 games and 10 practices for $100 a player. This gave all the boys, especially those whose families may not be able to afford the costly price of AAU travel basketball, the opportunity to play more basketball. They had five teams with a total of 40 boys play and with the help of Coach Cantwell, had the Carle Place High School boys basketball players referee the games.  
Coach Cantwell and Assistant Coach McKeough have been an instrumental part of the program. According to Jim McGovern, President of Our Lady of Hope CYO, Coach Cantwell “has gone above and beyond, coming down and volunteering to coach the games and has even run training sessions for the boys on five occasions on nights we did not have games. The boys really enjoy having him as a coach and are getting a great deal out of it.”
Varsity Assistant Coach McKeough has also helped in any way possible.
“It is great to see a recent graduate of Carle Place High School wanting to be so involved in the program,” said Mr. McGovern. “The boys love interacting with the varsity coaches and players. Having Coach Cantwell and his team volunteering their time to help build the youth basketball program in Carle Place is very refreshing as most high school coaches have very little interaction or interest in growing their towns youth programs.” 
The Carle Place School District is proud to support Our Lady of Hope CYO Basketball and understands how important their program is to the community.
“C.P. sports programs are a valuable tool for our young student athletes to achieve confidence and experience of such a beautiful game as basketball,” Carle Place Board of Education Vice President Neil McLaughlin said.
Thank you to Coach Cantwell and Assistant Coach McKeough for your leadership and support of these young athletes!

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Date Added: 5/31/2023

Successful Activity Night

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Carle Place students recently had fun at their 7th and 8th Grade Activity Night which was a "Hawaiian Dance!" 

Date Added: 5/26/2023

Carle Place High School Teacher Participates in 2023 Marines Educators Workshop

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From May 2-5, high school English teacher Matthew Woythaler attended the 2023 Marines Educators Workshop in Parris Island, S.C. along with over 60 educators primarily from New York and Maryland. He was made aware of the program by former student, Rafael Ferreira (Class of 2015), who became a Marine. Its purpose is to provide educators and other community influencers the opportunity to gain first-hand experience on how the Marine Corps transforms young men and women into U.S. Marines. These workshops also provide attendees with current information regarding Marine Corps recruit training and officer candidate school training practices and procedures, military job skills and opportunities, military lifestyle, and educational benefits available to Marines.

Date Added: 5/25/2023

Memorial Day Commemoration Held at Middle/High School

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Carle Place Middle/High School hosted its Memorial Day Commemoration on May 24. The ceremony was led by Principal Thomas DePaola and Assistant Superintendent Eileen Fredericks on the front lawn of the school. Members of the Carle Place American Legion Post 17/18, headed by Commander and Korean War Veteran Al Piscitelli, attended the special event. During the ceremony, Mr. DePaola spoke about the importance of the Memorial Day and recognized four former Carle Place alumni that gave their life for our country.

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Date Added: 5/25/2023