168 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, New York 11514

Principal: Mr. Thomas DePaola
Email: tdepaola@cps.k12.ny.us

HS Assistant Principal: Mr.Gerald Baratta Jr.
MS Assistant Principal: Mr. Seth P. Katz

HS Main Office:
(516) 622-6432
MS Main Office: (516) 622-6547

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Current News

Blood Drive Donations

The CPHS Key Club sponsored the New York Blood Center for its annual November blood drive. In total, juniors, seniors, staff and community members donated 66 pints of blood. The next drive will be held on February 25, 2015.

Going to Broadway

The History of Theatre/Musical Theatre class at the high school went on a field trip to see Les Miz on Broadway. After learning about theatre during the French Revolution and the June Rebellion of 1832, the students enjoyed the opportunity to see examples of the influence live on Broadway.

Field Hockey Leaps to Victory

Congratulations to the Varsity Field Hockey Team for winning the Class C Long Island Championship and to Shannon McGuinness and Elissa Frein who were crowned Class C MVP’s. The Lady Frogs took home the title after defeating Southampton with a score of 5-1.

Say Cheese

Members of the High School’s SPARC/Interact club came together to assemble cheese sandwiches for the INN, a Hempstead-based organization that serves the hungry and homeless of Long Island. Together, the club created approximately 100 sandwiches to benefit those in need.

Key Fundraiser

Members of the High School Key Club coordinated a UNICEF fundraiser where they asked students to collect spare change. UNICEF provides children with lifesaving vaccines and emergency relief following natural disasters. In support of the cause students raised $218, which could provide up to 121 children with tetanus shots. The Key Club will also be holding a blood drive on Nov. 18, students 16 years and older are encouraged to donate and can sign up in the senior hallway.