Lynbrook High School Building Lynbrook High School

9 Union Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-0200
Guidance Office Telephone: 516-887-0215
Athletic Office Telephone: 516-887-0236
School Nurse Office Telephone: 516-887-0228
Student Attendance Telephone: 516-887-0209



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Principal: Mr. Matthew Sarosy - 516-887-0204

Assistant Principal: Mr. Salvatore Brescia - 516-887-0200
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Bryan Garcia - 516-887-0200

Nurse: Ms. Diane O'Brien - 516-887-0228
Nurse: Ms. Cathy Hetrick - 516-612-5416
Nurse Fax: 516-612-5423
Student Attendance: Mrs. Carla Garvey - 516-887-0209

School Year Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
Summer Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday
All visitors must have an appointment to meet with staff in any school building. Please DO call ahead. Thank you!

Important Contact Information:
NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200


Welcome to Lynbrook High School
Welcome to Lynbrook High School, where student success is our daily focus and striving for excellence our overarching goal. Our blend of strong academics, a passion for the fine and performing arts, and participation in athletics, service activities and independent projects constitute the very heart of all we do.  Spend some time visiting our website; then find some time to visit us and see for yourself what makes our home away from home, Lynbrook High School, so special.  GO OWLS!!

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Current News

Lynbrook High School announces 2024 valedictorian and salutatorian

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Lynbrook High School is proud to announce two exceptional students as its 2024 valedictorian and salutatorian. Seniors Caiden Lung and Nora Kane have excelled in both academic and athletic pursuits throughout their educational careers in Lynbrook schools.

Lung, Lynbrook High School’s valedictorian who has achieved an impressive grade point average of 104.75, takes pride in both his academic and athletic accomplishments. Lung has been an active and passionate lacrosse player since the age of 4 and has successfully taken up the defensive position of goalie since the eighth grade. His lacrosse career will continue at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he will follow in the footsteps of his older brother who also plays as a lacrosse goalie. For his science research course, Lung performed college-level research regarding treatment for Covid-19 utilizing artificial intelligence, which he presented at the Long Island Science & Engineering Fair. Lung is the vice president of the National Honor Society, a role that connects him with fellow and younger peers to provide tutoring in math and science. Lung helped organize their recent cheesecake fundraiser, which proved to be a popular event. Although his specific area of study has yet to be determined, Lung said he is leaning toward computer science or artificial intelligence.

“I’m looking forward to meeting new people – to collaborate and work with them on projects that can benefit the world,” Lung said.
Kane, Lynbrook High School’s salutatorian who holds a grade point average of 104.52, also performed professional level experimentation for her science research course. At Brookhaven National Laboratory, Kane studied machine learning in stabilizing high energy particle accelerators. Her findings were presented at LISEF, for which she advanced to the second round. She hopes her research can be implemented in similar laboratories around the world. Shortly before being named salutatorian, Kane learned that her research paper for previous studies was published in the Journal of Scientific Research. Additionally, Kane was named a finalist in the prestigious 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program. As a member of the National Honor Society, Kane helps her peers in their physics studies. Kane serves as head captain of the swim team, which she credits as an influential aspect of her student career. Kane has yet to make a final decision on where she will continue her studies.

Lung and Kane are no strangers to working closely together. Aiming to become more fierce competitors, Lung approached Kane about starting a club for the Science Bowl, for which a team competes every year. The two joined forces to co-found the Science Bowl club to practice alongside peers for upcoming competitions. The hard work paid off as they boasted a better performance this year. Lung and Kane are also both captains of the Mathletes team, which attends competitions every two weeks.

“We know each other’s work ethic,” Lung said. “I’m very proud of her.”
“I’m very proud of Caiden too,” Kane said. “It’s very well deserved!”
Both valedictorian and salutatorian thanked their family members, coaches, teachers, advisors and the entire community for their unyielding support. The district congratulates both seniors on the well-deserved achievement.


Date Added: 2/21/2024

Lynbrook students unveil Sources of Strength program

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Students from Lynbrook High School showed their Owl pride on Feb. 7 as they unveiled a new student-led program, Sources of Strength, to board of education trustees. Their goal, students shared, is to be a valuable resource to their peers who need a listening ear.

The students who formed Sources of Strength stepped up to be a part of something larger than any individual with the intent to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of their fellow students. As peer leaders, students identify signs of when someone is in need and know how to react to those signs. In their first month, Sources of Strength members posted positive stories about mentors and friends throughout the building and visited health classes to share their mission. They also displayed a video featuring interviews with Lynbrook High School students, who were asked what makes them feel welcome and embraced in the community.

Students in the program received training on mental health promotion and prevention of bullying and other adverse outcomes from professionals at Sources of Strength, an international organization. The creation of the program at Lynbrook High School is made possible by the support of the Ryan Patrick O’Shea Foundation.

#OwlProud #OwlCares

Date Added: 2/13/2024

Students contribute their ideas for Lynbrook’s Profile of the Owl

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Lynbrook’s exciting Profile of the Owl initiative is officially underway, with dozens of students from throughout the district contributing their thoughts about what a successful Owl graduate looks like on Feb. 1.

Lynbrook’s Profile of an Owl will define the key skills, mindsets and traits that the Lynbrook community believes are essential in finding success after graduation. An important step was hearing from our students in the high school and each elementary and middle school building, who pondered the question, “Who is the Lynbrook Owl?” Students broke out into groups to discuss while being led by facilitators.

To develop the in-depth project that is the Profile of the Owl, the district is collaborating with Molloy University, which is providing a free service by data analyzers who work at a professional level. They will ensure that the final result will feature the input of all Lynbrook community stakeholders, from our own students to families, alumni and business owners.


Date Added: 2/12/2024

Lynbrook students’ art selected for All County exhibit

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The work of artists from throughout the Lynbrook School District have recently been selected to be showcased in an upcoming county-wide exhibition.

Artists from all seven Lynbrook schools – Lynbrook High School, South and North middle schools, West End, Waverly Park and Marion Street elementary schools, and the Kindergarten Center – will be featured in the 20th Annual Nassau All-County Art Exhibition. Artwork by students from throughout the county are featured in the prestigious exhibit. Student artwork will be on display Sunday, March 10 from 12 to 4 p.m. for all to view at W.T. Clarke High School in East Meadow.


Date Added: 2/7/2024

Lynbrook string players make the grade for Long Island-wide festival

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The skills of string players from across the Lynbrook Public School District were on display as they participated in the Long Island String Festival from Feb 2-4.

String players from each Lynbrook elementary school, as well as the middle schools and high school, were selected to participate in the festival, which takes place over two weekends. Students in grades 9-12 have participated in rehearsals in preparation of their performances. In addition, students in grades 5-8 have been doing the same in preparation of their shows from March 1-3. The district congratulates these talented musicians.


Date Added: 2/7/2024

Top musicians make All County in Lynbrook

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Seventy-eight students from the Lynbrook Public School District recently earned the prestigious honor of being selected to represent the district in various All County performing groups.

Students from all over Nassau County are nominated by their schools, but only the highest-ranking musicians are selected. Musicians at each school – Lynbrook High School, South and North middle schools, and West End, Waverly Park and Marion Street elementary schools – worked together to rehearse and prepare for their concerts, which took place at the LIU Post Tilles Center during the weeks of Jan. 2 through 14. The district commends these talented musicians for their dedication.

Date Added: 2/1/2024

Lynbrook high schoolers are business professionals at LIU Tradeshow

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Thirty-three students in Lynbrook High School’s Virtual Enterprise class recently attended the Long Island University Tradeshow to showcase their original business on a professional level.

High schoolers dressed their best in matching suits with pops of orange to represent their company, Revive. The tradeshow, hosted by Virtual Enterprise International, was attended by student-generated businesses from across Long Island. The whole class contributed to creating an on-brand booth to show off their innovative idea of heating and cooling inserts that help with muscle pain and people who live in extreme climates.

“These tradeshows prepare us for the real world,” said Jack Greenfeld, who acted as the company’s CFO. “Getting up and dressing professionally really puts into perspective the possibilities that our futures hold.”

“As nervous as I was to present, I had no doubt of our group's abilities. The judges were welcoming and overall supportive,” CEO Sydney Coble added.

A business pitch was presented to judges by Sydney Coble, Elizabeth Ortiz, Brooke Mazzei, Jack Greenfeld, Olivia Romanowski and Joaquin Vergara. The Revive firm was presented with gold recognition for the newsletter the class created in the first couple weeks of business. In addition, the class sold around $300,000 in their products during the two days at the tradeshow.

This was only the beginning of the classes’ accomplishments, however. With two more tradeshows on the horizon and the possibility of attending regionals, the young entrepreneurs have much in store for Revive.

Date Added: 1/22/2024

LHS Boys Varsity Soccer team receives ethics award

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Shout out to the boys Varsity Soccer team, who received the United Soccer Coaches Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award for completing the entire 2023 fall season receiving a low number of either yellow or red cards. They claimed a Silver Award, which is given to teams that accumulate a percentage of cards ranging from 11-30 percent.

In all, 72 fall season boys and girls teams received either the Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze version of the High School Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award, which recognizes teams that exhibit fair play, sporting behavior and adherence to the laws of the game, as reflected by the number of yellow caution cards or red ejection cards they are shown by referees throughout the season based on the number of cards accumulated divided by the number of games played (i.e., 5 cards divided by 20 games played is 0.25 or 25%, which qualifies for a Silver Award). #OwlProud

Date Added: 1/2/2024