Hills East's National Art Honor Society students were inspired by artist Michael Albert to create 'Cerealism' collages with inspirational words.
Ms. Norris and her AP Art & Design students at Hills East completed Altered Book Self Portraits as part of their summer assignment coursework. Click for more photos.
Congratulations to Hills West's Adrian Otero on being selected for the NAfME All-National Honor Ensemble mixed choir, representing the top performing high school musicians in the United States! This year, NAfME is working on planning a virtual event for the 2020 All-National Honor Ensembles program.
Hills East Student Artists Honored By Long Island Arts Alliance As Scholar-Artists
Mrs. Lucie's students at Otsego have been enjoying the great outdoors for their music education classes. They have started off the year working on steady beat patterns with body percussion and the older grades have transferred the beat to drumsticks using their chairs as percussion instruments. #HHHCSD
Hills West students enjoyed Art Day where the work of students in the arts classes was displayed, the Arts electives were showcased, and prospective art students could learn how they could work with different media.
The Half Hollow Hills community enjoyed hearing the fabulous performances by our top student musicians during the winter Cross Campus Concert at Hills West! #HHHCSD
Mrs. Uttendorfer and the Hills East AP Art History class created a recycled flower field as their 2020 Art Installation to help draw attention to climate change and environmental issues by creating something beautiful out of items that are used and discarded every day.
Hills East students enjoyed Art Day where the work of students in the arts classes was displayed, the Arts electives were showcased, and prospective art students could learn how they could work with different media. #HHHCSD
Tri-M Music Honor Society members from Candlewood Middle School recently performed for a crowd at Barnes and Noble in East Northport
The Candlewood Drama Club production of Aladdin is seen preparing for opening night with a fabulous cast and an amazing crew! #HHHCSD
A handful of 6th graders from Ms. Reichstein’s Orchestra at West Hollow played a quick piece at the start of each lunch period. It added some beautiful music and a nice calm to everyone’s day. #HHHCSD
The Hills East Tri-M Music Honor Society's annual Coffeehouse Night displayed the various talents of our music department for another successful night of music.
High School East's Art Club captured their yearbook photo in a very creative way!
On Friday, November 15th, over 700 students from all of the districts in Suffolk County performed in the NYSCAME/SCMEA/LISFSA All-County High School Concert at Huntington High School. Half Hollow Hills was proudly represented by 32 students from both East and West who performed in the All County Orchestra, All County Band, All County Treble Chorus and the All County Mixed Chorus.
Anastasia Boultadokis and Angelo D'Ambrosi are October's National Art Honor Society Members-of-the-Month. They have exceed the required amount of service hours and continue to represent NAHS and the HSE Art Department with passion, dedication and commitment.
AP Art History and Photography students visit the newly curated Museum of Modern Art.
Students at Signal Hill participated in a collaborative Media Arts lesson with Ms. Fallon and Ms. Jackson where they studied the history of animation and then used the app FlipaClip to create their own animated clips.
For more than a decade, the Long Island Arts Alliance’s Scholar-Artist Awards program has recognized students judged to be “the best of the best” on Long Island in both academics and in the arts. This year, Half Hollow Hills is proud to announce that High School East senior Emily Gershowitz was selected as a Scholar-Artist for her excellence in academics and in the area of dance.
Congratulations to the Half Hollow students who were chosen to exhibit their artwork at the Atelier at Flowerfield Exhibition that runs from October 17 to November 21, 2019.
Senior, Mark Tringali from High School East, had 3 original photographs selected to exhibit in the Huntington Arts Council's Nightmare on Main Street Exhibition on view through November 16.
Fourth graders from Otsego were selected to participate with their their families in the 11th annual P.E.A.K. (Parents, Educators And Kids) festival.