Congratulations to our National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students from Hills East, recognized for their exceptional academic promise for finishing among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2023 competition: Rebecca Adam, Ipek Basturk, Samir Batheja, Sam Goldberg, Raquel Gomerman, Shaheer Khan, Hamza Masood, James McKeown, Heidi Nelson, Timothy Park, Manav Patel, Joanna Reichle, Christopher Wang, Reya Williams and Jason Wu! #HHHCSD
Congratulations to our National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students from Hills West, recognized for their exceptional academic promise for finishing among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2023 competition: Viti Chandra, Rohan Chaudhry, Tyler Cooper, Ryan Dang, Doga Daspinar, Cheryl Famulare, Stephen Jones, Emily Pallan, Ashley Park, Nicole Pelliccione, Benjamin Rogowsky, Matthew Spitzer, Ellie Yu and Arissa Zheng!
Art students at Hills East participated in the Art Department’s annual Arts Advocacy Day by creating a mini-museum where they utilized post-it notes as their canvas and drew designs, wrote important messages and hung them together to build one unified installation.
Students at West Hollow met with their administration team to help learn how they can create a positive learning environment using the building's acronym ROAR: Respect, Opportunity, Accountability, and Resilience.
Half Hollow Hills Central School District proudly celebrates High School East’s Colin Campbell and Alice Wang for earning perfect scores on college-level Advanced Placement® (AP®) Exams in spring 2022. They were among an elite group of students in the world to earn every point possible on an AP Exam, receiving the maximum score on each portion of the exam.
Congratulations to Hills East senior David Harris for earning his first ever hole-in-one recently at the Bethpage Yellow Golf Course!
The new Half Hollow Hills Annual Report for the 2021-2022 school year is now available! Click here to check it out.
Elementary students had a great time during their first Elementary Connect day of the year with the theme of Belonging where their learning experiences focused on encouraging students to be their best selves.
National Junior Honor Society members welcomed students and staff alike for Start With Hello week at Candlewood Middle School!
The students in Mrs. Cossell's classes at West Hollow set themselves up for a successful year by discussing their emotions, brainstorming how to manage them and recognizing what is in and out of their control.
Mrs. Monroe’s Sunquam stars enjoyed an afternoon of getting to know each other while decorating their writer’s notebooks with photographs and pictures.
Faced with the challenge of saving Fred, a gummy worm whose plastic cup boat had capsized before he had been able to get to his gummy life preserver, Ms. Chiam's 5th graders at Paumanok worked cooperatively in pairs using only shared ideas and paperclips (no hands!) to help Fred get into his lifesaver.
This year, our elementary students are participating in the Sandy Hook Promise's Start With Hello Week by doing lessons tied into our Elementary Connects program September theme of belonging.
Ms. Baptiste's 3rd graders from Otsego recognized Constitution Day by watching different videos and taking notes to highlight how, why and when the Constitution was created.
Back To School Night at Candlewood provided an opportunity for parents to meet the building's amazing teachers, walk their child's schedule and to come together to learn about the middle school.
Congratulations to the Hills East and Hills West students selected as All-State musicians to represent our district at the 2022 NYSSMA Conference in Rochester, NY: Hills West's Keyah Raje, Connor Schad and Jacob Park, and Hills East's Elijah Shin, Sean Tran, Rishi Aravind, Alice Wang and Jasmine Foster!
Congratulations to our Hills East students designated as College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars!
Congratulations to our Hills West students designated as College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars!
Congratulations to our Hills East students designated as College Board National African American Recognition Program Scholars!
Congratulations to our Hills West students designated as College Board National African American Recognition Program Scholars!
Congratulations to Hills West's Ashley Park (Visual Arts) and Hills East's Jacob Leshnower (Music) on being honored by the Long Island Arts Alliance as Scholar-Artists!
Congratulations to Hills East's Jacob Leshnower (percussion) and Mark Shapiro (violin 1) on being selected for the NAfME All-National Honor Ensemble Orchestra, to be held November 3-6 in National Harbor, Maryland.
Half Hollow Hills is proud to announce that 8 students from High School East and 3 students from High School West are Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
The elementary schools in Half Hollow Hills held their annual beginning of the year family picnics hosted by their PTA units, where students and their families had a great time gathering for good food and lots of fun to kick-off the new school year!
At Half Hollow Hills Central School District in the 2021-2022 school year, 56 students earned the AP Capstone Diploma™ including 29 from Half Hollow Hills High School West and 27 from Half Hollow Hills High School East.
2020-2021 County Champion Boys Basketball Teams
Free Meals Served in the 2020-2021 School Year
Square Feet of Facilities in the District
Raised in Matching Dollars for 2020-2021 Students Rebuild Challenge