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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


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

 

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Current News

Alumni Return to Share Their Experiences, Provide Guidance

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Carle Place Middle/High School recently welcomed back more than 30 members of the Class of 2018 to speak with 11th- and 12th-grade students about their transition to college. The feedback from current Carle Place students was nothing but positive, as they gained a great deal of confidence and picked up some valuable tips on how to make their lives after Carle Place High School a success.  

“A special thanks goes to my entire counseling team, who led the discussions, and our building and central administration, who always keep the greater good of our kids front and center of everything they do,” Carle Place Director of Counseling Dr. Joy-Anne D’Anca said. “Of course, it would never have gone off so well without [their] endless support. Our graduates continue to make us proud and that is what it is all about. So, simply put…thank you.”

Milestone Point

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Congratulations to Abby Selhorn, senior captain of the varsity girls basketball team for scoring her 1,000th point. This honor has only been achieved once before in the history of the program. So proud to be a FROG!

Making Friends and Lasting Memories

Making Friends and Lasting Memories
 Members of the Carle Place Middle School/High School Key Club returned from the holiday winter break without missing a beat. On Jan. 2, Key Club members volunteered their time at the Hicksville Boys and Girls Club, playing academic games, participating in crafts and leading self-esteem-boosting activities with members. A fun time was had by all. The organization even gave the Key Club a shoutout on Facebook.

The Hicksville Boys and Girls Club is a youth development, recreation, sports and leisure time activity program. Through after-school recreation programs, one-on-one tutoring/homework help, employment counseling and training, young people are given the opportunity to fill their idle time with structured supervised activities in a positive environment.


Helping Others Stay Warm on Their Feet

Helping Others Stay Warm on Their Feet
The Carle Place Middle School/High School National Junior Honor Society recently concluded a schoolwide winter sock drive. Students collected more than 100 pairs of socks for donation to the Interfaith Nutrition Network, which addresses hunger and homelessness and helps those in need throughout Long Island. Great job!

Learning Religions of the World

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Ninth-grade AP World History students at Carle Place Middle/High School recently welcomed a renowned doctor and educator for an informative presentation on world religions. Dr. Isma Chaudhry, a medical doctor and professor at Hofstra University, met with students to share her experiences of working closely with various interfaith organizations. Dr. Chaudry recently traveled to the Middle East for diplomatic affairs, where she met with groups concerning the Arab-Israeli conflict. Her presentation culminated the ninth-grade unit on belief systems. 
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