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Farmingdale High School 


FHS Virtual Backpack

Click on the link below to access information regarding Farmingdale High School's 2021-2022 school year. New to the Class of 2022's folder is information to purchase lawn signs and the Walk of Champion's bricks sponsored by the PTA. 





Attention Class of 2022:

See attached documentation regarding transferring your school email.  If you have any questions or need assistance please email

Attention Juniors: If you did not have your senior portraits taken earlier in April, the next opportunity to do so will be at the high school on June 27th, 28th and 29th. Lifetouch/Prestige Portraits has mailed the information for families to schedule their appointments online at . You do not have to wait for your code in the mail to schedule your appointments online, just search the school by city (Farmingdale) and state (NY).  Please see the attached LifeTouch brochure.


Please return all overdue library books to the Library.  Thank you.





May and June Student of the Month - Congratulations to the following students.


POWER Time meets every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:20 to 3:20 pm in the Library.



Current News


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A few highlights from Farmingdale High School's 2022 Graduation Ceremony. Congratulations, Dalers! Good luck next year in college, career, and the armed forces.

FHS Graduation 2022 Slideshow



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Two hundred and sixty-three Farmingdale High School seniors were awarded The NYS Seal of Civic Readiness during an assembly on Tuesday, June 14, attended by administrators, staff, and board of education members.

The mission of the New York State Education Department is “to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all people in New York.” In alignment with this mission, every public school seeks to graduate students prepared for college, career, and to be civic-ready.

Civic readiness is the ability to make a positive difference in the public life of our communities through the combination of civic knowledge, skills and actions, mindsets, and experiences.

Farmingdale School District was selected by New York State's Department of Education (NYSED) for the Civic Seal of Readiness Pilot Program. Only nine long island high schools were given this opportunity.

The NYS Seal of Civic Readiness recognizes students who have developed their understanding of civic responsibility and have been able to successfully apply the related knowledge and skills through coursework, clubs, extracurricular activities, or work. By reflecting upon their own learning and demonstrating how their civic involvement has impacted others and themselves, students are better equipped to build on these skills after graduation.



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Over 400 Farmingdale High School seniors—dressed in green and white graduation gowns—returned to their elementary schools for the district’s annual Senior Walk on Monday, June 13. The nostalgic procession occurred at all four schools—Albany Avenue, Northside, Saltzman East Memorial, and Woodward Parkway.

The Class of 2022 were all smiles as they paraded through their former schools, revisited the classrooms, and reconnected with their favorite teachers!




Livestream links for Graduation and Moving Up ceremonies will be placed here as they are created. Please share them with family and friends.

JUNE 22, 2022--AA Moving Up Ceremony

JUNE 21, 2022--FHS Graduation Ceremony

JUNE 17, 2022--HMS Moving Up Ceremony

JUNE 16, 2022--SEM Moving Up Ceremony

JUNE 16, 2022--SEM 5th Grade Awards

JUNE 16, 2022--NS Moving Up Ceremony

JUNE 15, 2022--WWP Moving Up Ceremony

JUNE 14, 2022--HMS 8th Grade Awards



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Students enrolled in Farmingdale High School’s AP Physics C class participated in the annual Recycled Bottle Raft Regatta!

Six teams – The Invisible Boat Mobile, The H.M.S. Rubber Ducky, Lil Boat, Papa Jim, The Kev Boat, and Ophelia – were tasked with designing boats out of recycled materials that would support their weight and stay afloat while they raced back and forth across the high school pool. The teams even had to design their paddles.

Teachers, students, and the high school Pep Band filled the bleachers, cheering everyone on during the big race. Ultimately, Lil Boat came away with the 2022 championship trophy and bragging rights.

“This project teaches students about buoyancy and fluid mechanics and is such a great change of pace after the AP Exams, said Farmingdale High School physics teacher Adriana Wetzel. “The students endured a lot of trial and error and went through massive amounts of duct tape and plastic recycled bottles, but in the end, what I hope they will remember most is the fun they had!”

In conjunction with the project, each team submits an Engineering Notebook detailing daily tasks, photographs, initial design drawings, calculations, and final thoughts and conclusions.

Other awards were given, including The Titanic Award for Most Spectacular Sinking to The H.M.S. Rubber Ducky, Most Team Spirit to Ophelia, Best Dressed to The Invisible Boat Mobile, the People’s Choice Award for Most Likely to Win the Race to The Kev Boat, Best Design to Papa Jim, and The Pride of the Regatta to Lil Boat.


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