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Glen Cove High School

School Hours:  7:30 a.m. – 2:02 p.m.

150 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove, NY
(516) 801-7600



Welcome to Our School

October 2018

Dear Parents / Guardians:

Glen Cove High School is very excited about the upcoming school year and is looking forward to a fantastic start.  Student athletes are already in the midst of their respective practices and the sounds of our pep band have already filled the school’s hallways.  Needless to say, we are more than ready to join our students, staff, and community members as we embark on another school year representing growth and increased student achievement. 

Glen Cove High School’s focus continues to be improving student achievement through the promotion of a positive and supportive learning environment.  To this end, we are continuing our Glen Cove P.R.I.D.E initiative which correlates our continued work in providing our students with a welcoming, nurturing and productive learning environment. P.R.I.D.E. represents our expectation that students are Prepared, Respectful, Involved, Diligent, and Ethical; and that we all should manifest pride in ourselves, our school, and our community.  We are also participating in Rachel’s Challenge, including the formation of a Friends of Rachel Club to support ongoing philanthropy and community service.  Additionally, we will be starting a chapter of the Gay and Straight Alliance or GSA, a club that serves as a support for all types of students who may feel disenfranchised. The idea is to foster a compassionate, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for our students. We are also offering new courses such as Megatronics, AP Computer Science, Computer Science Essentials, AP Research, and Digital Film Making. Finally, we are embarking on the districts 1:1 digital device initiative and will be distributing Chromebooks to all of our freshmen and sophomores. These are just a few of the initiatives we are undertaking in the upcoming year and we are very excited about the progress we have made and will continue to make as the year progresses. 

Please be reminded that students are expected to report back to school on Tuesday, September 4th at 7:20 in the morning.  Upon arrival, students will report to their respective homerooms where students will receive their ID cards, locker assignments, and schedules.  Please note that homeroom locations will be listed by grade and alphabet and posted throughout the lobby and cafeterias.  After the brief homeroom, students will report to their first period class and continue on a ‘Day A’ schedule for the remainder of the day.  If you wish to view student schedules, including homeroom assignments, prior to September 4th, they will be available on the parent portal.

In terms of student safety, it is imperative that students carry their ID’s at all times – the same applies to the high school faculty.  Beyond safety, please note that there is a direct correlation between attendance and achievement and it is important that student attend class on a consistent basis.  As a reminder to parents, attendance and grades can again be monitored on the parent portal at any time, so please take advantage of this feature as we work together to support our students.  We also want to encourage students to take full advantage of our sports, clubs, and academic offerings in the upcoming year.  To this end, it’s essential that we; staff, administrators, parents, and community members, all continue working together to encourage our students to not only achieve their academic potential, but to participate in as many extracurricular activities as possible.

Our goal at Glen Cove High School is to provide an atmosphere where teachers, students, administrators and parents work closely together to provide an environment that is a true reflection of a positive and supportive community – all working collaboratively towards the same goal, which is to provide our students with the best high school experience possible. 

It really is a pleasure serving Glen Cove as its high school principal and I am very much looking forward to a great school year. 

Antonio Santana
Allen Hudson III
Katie Prudente


Please join us as we present Rachelle's Challenge Monday, October 15th:

Experience the remarkable true story of a girl who knew her life would impact the world.
Hear how her legacy has become a movement that transforms millions of lives and promotes safer, more connected schools.

DATE: Monday, October 15, 2018
TIME: 7:00 P.M.
LOCATION: Glen Cove High School Auditorium
COST: Free

Please click here for more information

Senior Portrait Retakes are scheduled for Monday, October 29th and Tuesday, October 30th.
Please click here for more details.


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The yearbook will be available for purchase online until July 15th for a mid-August delivery to individual homes. The cost is $80.00 which includes shipping. After July 15th, students can order the 2018 yearbook in September during school through Mr. Rottino.

Link to place order


Flu Virus Letter


Important Links

  • Instructions on the Parent Portal and PowerSchool App (English) (Spanish)
  • Student must bring: Birth certificate/state issued photo ID, completed application form with parent/guardian signature and a recent physical (less then 1 year old).

Glen Cove High School Newspaper

Knightly News



Current News

Select Chorale Heads to Prestigious Festival

Select Chorale Heads to Prestigious Festival photo
Congratulations to Glen Cove High School’s Select Chorale for being invited to perform at the Music for All National Choir Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana, from March 14-16.

Glen Cove is the only school from New York and one of nine in the nation to receive the Music for All invitation after participating in a blind audition. The group met with Music for All representatives on Oct. 3 to receive information on the festival. Principal Antonio Santana and the entire administration commended the students on this outstanding achievement.  

Glen Cove High School Hosts Rachel’s Challenge Event

Glen Cove High School Hosts Rachel’s Challenge Event photo
Glen Cove High School is hosting a Rachel’s Challenge community event on Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. 

The presentation is for ages 12 and above and reflects on the inspiring story of Rachel Scott, whose examples of kindness and acceptance were brought to light after she became the first victim of the Columbine High School tragedy.  

Glen Cove Senior Named L.I. Scholar-Artist

Glen Cove Senior Named L.I. Scholar-Artist photo
Glen Cove High School senior Alondra Schuck was selected as a Long Island Scholar-Artist for the 2018-19 school year. Each year the Long Island Scholar-Artist Program, sponsored by the Long Island Arts Alliance, recognizes students who excel academically and in music, visual arts, dance, theater or media arts.

Alondra was nominated for musical theater. Congratulations! 

Freshmen Learn About Tolerance and Kindness

Freshmen Learn About Tolerance and Kindness photo
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Freshmen Learn About Tolerance and Kindness photo 3
Freshmen Learn About Tolerance and Kindness photo 4
Glen Cove High School ninth-graders were visited by Helen Turner, director of Youth Education at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, on Oct. 3.  

Ms. Turner presented “Understanding Impact: Deconstructing Symbols of Hate,” which focused on the power of kindness and making informed decisions that are not biased or discriminatory, during the students’ social studies classes. The presentation empowered students to become upstanders and understand that their actions and decisions should be based on morals and values that will encourage and support openness and diversity.
Special thanks to Ms. Turner and the Holocaust Memorial Tolerance Center of Nassau County in Glen Cove for this powerful presentation.

Glen Cove Students Participate in WE Day

Glen Cove Students Participate in WE Day photo
Students from Glen Cove High School participated in WE Day at Barclays Center on Sept. 26. Glen Cove High School is a WE School that is committed to help others locally and internationally. 

WE Day was an inspiring event where students learned about the amazing initiatives of fellow peers and how they are building stronger communities. The students celebrated the community service that has been completed to make the world a better place. They were also honored to hear motivational speakers, including Sarah Michelle Geller and Martin Luther King III, and motivational singers such as Nas and Sofia Carson. 

Students interested in doing a WE community service project can contact Mrs. Cuomo or Mrs. Makula in the high school.