150 Lincoln Street  |  Farmingdale, NY 11735

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  • Farmingdale High School
    Farmingdale High School
        150 Lincoln Street
        Farmingdale, NY  11735
    (516) 434-5210
     Fax: (516) 454-6196
         Principal:  Samuel M. Thompson, Ed.D.
    Assistant Principal: Jed Herman
    Assistant PrincipalArlene Martinez
    Beginning Monday July 2, 2018, and continuing throughout the summer, all visitors are welcome to enter our building through the main front doors. Visitors should be prepared to present their driver's license upon entering the building. Thank you for your cooperation. 

    P.O.W.E.R. Time
    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2:20 to 3:20 pm in the Library.
    Stop in and get help: writing papers and essays; research; MLA/works cited OR to find a quiet place to read and study. Teachers are available to help!

    To All Visitors, Students and Staff: Throughout the school year, our students and staff will practice various types of emergency procedures and drills. During a lockdown drill, all visitors, students and staff members will not be permitted to enter or exit the building until the drill is complete. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation.
    Please see the attached letter from Dr. Thompson with more information regarding our emergency procedures.
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    To our students:  Please be considerate and respectful of our neighbors when parking your cars by obeying the parking signs. Please keep our community clean by disposing of litter in the many trash receptacles located inside and outside our building.
    To our Parents and Visitors:  Farmingdale High School will continue to be locked during school hours.  No door will be left open for visitors after 7:30 a.m.  All visitors to Farmingdale High School must now enter in the front of the building through the main entrance. Visitors will need to ring the doorbell and visually present an ID before a monitor will open the door. All visitors will be processed using the LobbyGuard System, sign in AND surrender a government / photo ID.  Upon signing out, your ID will be returned. Thank you for your cooperation and assistance.

    Please be considerate of our neighbors when parking your cars while attending the many day and evening events that occur at our school. We also ask that you be mindful of the parking signs and to please refrain from blocking any section of a driveway.
    Thank you for your cooperation and for respecting the properties of our neighbors.



















































































































































































  • Proud to be a Daler
    A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.
    Colin Powell 
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  • July, 2018

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  • Attention Seniors who have not had their Senior Portrait taken for the 2019 Yearbook!

    The next opportunity to have your photo taken for the 2019 Yearbook is August 2nd and August 3rd at Lifetouch Studios on Smith Street in Farmingdale. You should receive an appointment card in the mail. If you do not receive a card, please contact the studio directly at (631) 861-2555.


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  • Attention Freshman Class of 2022 !

    Freshman Orientation will be held on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Information will be available at a later date.


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  • Valedictorian Britney H. Pham

    Britney H. Pham is the valedictorian of the Farmingdale High School Class of 2018 with an established GPA of 105.904. She is the Treasurer of the National Honor Society and the Student Council and has been inducted into both the National Honor and Italian Honor societies. She has earned the position of Captain of the Science Bowl. She pursued her diverse interests in a number of extracurricular activities, notably studying particle physics at Columbia’s Science Honors Program and competing at Long Island Science Congress with her work on Physarum polycephalum where she was awarded Honors. Britney tutors fellow students, plays soccer, and has volunteered for political campaigns. She will be attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall.

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  • Salutatorian Becky Petrou O’Rourke

    Becky Petrou O’Rourke is the salutatorian of the Farmingdale High School Class of 2018 with an established GPA of 105.542. She is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and a Merit Award Winner for the research she conducted in soil microbiology. Becky is on the Executive Board of the Smile Club and is the Treasurer of the Art Honor Society. She’s also a member of both the American Sign Language and the National Honor Societies and actively participates in the Environmental Club by maintaining the outdoor classroom and promoting in-school environmental practices. After school, she competed in the Science Olympiad, Envirothon, and Mathletes competitions as well as dancing ballet. She has been a volunteer Teacher’s Assistant at her religious school for five years. This fall Becky will be attending Boston University.

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  • The Class of 2018 Graduates from Farmingdale High School

    The Commencement Ceremony for Farmingdale High School’s Class of 2018 was held on Tuesday, June 19th at 6 p.m. at Hofstra University.

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  • Farmingdale High School Selected 2018 Community Service Challenge Champion

    The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) have chosen Farmingdale High School (Section VIII) as the 2018 winner of the Community Service Challenge. Established in 2010, the program encourages students to get involved in their local community and beyond.

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  • Class of 2018 Senior Walk

    Over 400 Farmingdale High School seniors—dressed in their green and white graduation gowns—returned to their elementary schools for the Districts’ second annual Senior Walk. The nostalgic procession took place at all four Farmingdale elementary schools— Albany Avenue, Northside, Saltzman East Memorial, and Woodward Parkway.

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  • Recycled Raft Challenge at FHS

    Students from Farmingdale High School’s AP Physics 2 class hit the school pool with rafts they designed in science teacher Joanne Schwager’s class. The mission: to see whose boat would float.

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  • Girls’ Lacrosse Team Pay It Forward with Surprise Donation to Young Cancer Survivor

    Farmingdale High School Girls’ Lacrosse Players Forgo Scholarship to Donate over $2,000 to Support Local Four-Year-Old Battling Brain Cancer

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  • National Merit Scholarship for Farmingdale High School Senior

    Farmingdale High School senior Aidan Piraino has been recognized as a National Merit Scholarship Recipient for the 2017- 2018 school year. He will graduate this June with an Advanced Designation with Honors Diploma and earn the Mastery Endorsement in both Math and Science. This fall Aidan will be attending Northeastern University in Boston to major in computer science.

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  • Year in Review 2017 - 2018

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  • FHS Students Adopt a Survivor

    The Ambassadors’ Club at Farmingdale High School hosted an assembly in the Lecture Hall on May 29, 2018, as the culminating event of a program called Adopt a Survivor. The program brings educators, adopters, and survivors together for the purpose of having students become "ambassadors" to Holocaust survivors and act as surrogates to keep their oral histories alive.

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  • FHS Students Receive Awards from the LI Business Teachers Association

    At a luncheon held on Thursday, May 17th, at Carlyle at the Palace, business students from Farmingdale High School received awards from the Long Island Business Teachers Association’s (LIBTA) Spring 2018 Contest. The competition—hosted on April 19th at Farmingdale High School—saw two-hundred and thirty-five students from 18 schools participating.

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