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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Photography Student's Work Accepted to Prestigious Contest

    The Sleepy Hollow High School Art and Media Department proudly announces that Drexel University has chosen a photograph by senior Isabella Direnzo for its High School Photography Contest Exhibition. "I am so proud of Isabella's progress in developing her own individual voice with her digital photos. She has a true passion and dedication to her craft. Her acceptance into this highly recognized exhibit speaks volumes to her growth as an art student at Sleepy Hollow," said SHHS Art Media Department Chair Angela Langston.

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  • Artist Visit

    DaiQuan Davis grew up in a family that loved and played music. He decided to harness that passion and produce his own sounds. The drummer and producer met with Sleepy Hollow High School Music Production and Technology students on January 10 where he played different beats and tracks and provided insights about the music industry.

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  • Two Students Receive Distinguished Science Award From Regeneron

    Congratulations to Sleepy Hollow High School seniors Tess Kaplan and Samantha Livingston who have been named among the country’s top scientists in the 79th Regeneron Science Talent Search. This is the most prestigious science and mathematics competition for high school seniors. The two students are among 300 nationwide an

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  • Alumni Dialogue Day

    Sleepy Hollow High School seniors had an opportunity today to learn first-hand from recent graduates about their transitions to college. Seven college freshman, along with two juniors, shared with students what it is like to acclimate to school, important considerations for transferring credits, strategies for making friends, and ways to get involved on campus.

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  • No Shave November Results

    Our Sleepy Hollow High School community showed its giving spirit last month by contributing $2200 to the American Cancer Society during No Shave November. Administrators, faculty and staff donated the money they would have used for shaving products to the cause. The idea is to raise fund and awareness about the disease. Many people battling cancer lose their hair during treatment and participants in No Shave make this small sacrifice. Thank you, to everyone for joining this important cause.

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  • No Shave November

    Sleepy Hollow High School faculty, staff and administrators put away their razors this November to support the American Cancer Society. No Shave November raises much needed funds for cancer research and awareness of those battling the disease. Many cancer patients lose their hair during treatment. Participants in No Shave November donate the money they save from shaving products to cause.

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  • The SHHS After School Homework Center is now open!

    The SHHS After-School Homework Center in 300 North and the HS Library are now open from 3:00-4:00 PM Monday-Friday. Students are encouraged to visit our locations for academic support, content-specific tutoring, and homework/project help. Students may also use the computers in 300N to access online academic programs and content. Please visit the HW Center today! El programa Centro de Tareas después de la Escuela de SHHS en 300 North y la Biblioteca HS están abiertos de 3:00-4:00 PM de lunes a viernes. Se anima a los estudiantes a visitar nuestros centros para obtener apoyo académico, tutoría de contenido específico y ayuda con tareas/proyectos. Los estudiantes también pueden usar las computadoras en 300N para acceder a programas de contenido académico en línea. ¡Visite el Centro de HW hoy!

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  • International Banquet

    Families gathered around tables in the Sleepy Hollow High School cafeteria at the annual International Banquet and enjoyed dishes from around the world. The Foreign Language Honor Society hosted the banquet on Oct. 10, to unite the community as it celebrated the many different cultures that comprise the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns.

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  • The 29th Annual Rose Ceremony

    Sleepy Hollow High School seniors and first-graders from W.L. Morse celebrate their educational journeys at the 29th Annual Rose Ceremony. This visual story captures many of the moments shared between the students. Photos by: Susan Rossi

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  • Freshman Orientation

    Approximately 100 freshmen, nearly half of the Sleepy Hollow High School ninth-grade, got a taste of high school before Tuesday’s opening bell. The students attended a two-hour Freshman Orientation on August 29 where they learned some logistics about the high school building and received advice on how to commence a rewarding high school career.

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  • Popular Student Science Research Program Needs Mentors To Remain Successful:

    Science Research student Phoebe Neilsen studies the effects of different spices on the metabolism of fruit flies and hopes to utilize what she learns to fight diseases affecting humans. The rising junior at Sleepy Hollow High School utilizes a mini-lab in a second-floor classroom funded by Science for Society and the Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns. But the expansion of her program is hindered by the lack of a local mentor. Currently, she collaborates remotely with a professor from Vitalin Research Institute in Colorado, but a local mentor would allow her to elevate her work to a higher level. “A local mentor would allow me to expand my studies to other model organisms and I would be able to study the effects of polyphenols on conditions such as oxidative stress or cancer growth,” said Phoebe.

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  • Commitment to All Students

    The Education Trust–New York recognized Sleepy Hollow High School as a statewide “top performer” for its work helping students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a critical step toward enabling low-income students to access the financial aid necessary to enroll in college.

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  • AP & Honors Boot Camp

    Freshmen and sophomores enrolled in honors and AP courses at Sleepy Hollow High school get a taste of what is ahead while attending this summer's Boot Camp.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Class of 2019

    Congratulations to the Class of 2019! Enjoy this visual story.

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  • Electron Microscope At Washington Irving

    Fifth-graders at Washington Irving observed the world in a whole new way when Sleepy Hollow High School students showed them how to use an Electron Microscope. Hitachi loaned the device to the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns and after Jason Choi’s AP Chemistry students became familiar with it, they shared their knowledge with the younger students.

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  • Graduation Rehearsal and Senior PIcnic

    Graduation Rehearsal is on Thursday, 6/27/19 and will begin promptly at 10:00. Caps and gowns, tickets (if needed), instructions and last minute changes will be distributed and explained during practice. It is important that every senior is present for rehearsal – be sure to arrange your schedule to be there.

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  • Rotary Club Awards

    The Tarrytown Rotary Club honored Sleepy Hollow High School seniors who stand out among others and represent the ideal of the organization awarding them scholarships. Each of the students received a certificate during the Academic Award presentations and on June 12, they attended a special luncheon hosted by the Rotary Club at J.P. Doyles.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Academic Awards

    Join us in recognizing our Sleepy Hollow High School students for their achievements.

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  • Hitachi Inspires STEM Education Program: Electron Microscope

    Students in Jason Choi’s AP Chemistry class discovered minute details as they looked at objects in an electron microscope. The device is on loan from Hitachi and on June 6, three members from the Tarrytown office, Yushi Akiyama, Vivek Gupta, and Ravi Gavarasana, observed as the students learned how the microscope Hitachi developed, worked.

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  • Science Research Competition

    Twenty-three Sleepy Hollow High School Science Research sophomores participated in their first science research competition at Somers High School on June 1. Congratulations to all of our students for their hard work!

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Science Symposium

    Sleepy Hollow High School students immersed in the Science Research Program presented their findings May 29, during The 22nd Annual Sleepy Hollow High School Science Research Symposium. The research program allows students to explore a topic of scientific interest from mathematics, computer sciences, physical sciences, biological sciences or psychology. As part of their research, the students contact authors of journal articles work with a mentor as they conduct analyses and make presentations of their findings to the class, the District, and regional and statewide conferences.

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  • NYSSMA Solo Festival

    Congratulations to our Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts students who participated in a New York State School Music Association Festival this year. 127 students performed at four different festivals representing not only the commitment of our students, but also the hard work of our staff. Students received many very high ratings among the scores. Special congratulations to Cori T

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  • The 28th Annual Rose Ceremony

    This time honored-tradition allows us to reflect on the journey our students take from first grade to senior year. Enjoy this collection of moments from the 28th Annual Rose Ceremony at Sleepy Hollow High School.

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  • Final Exam Schedule

    Please see the final exam schedule below.

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  • Math Honor Society & Science Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    The goals of the Math Honor Society and Science Honor Society are to support, challenge and inspire students by providing enrichment opportunities for its members. Tonight approximately 65 Sleepy Hollow High School juniors were inducted to both societies during a special ceremony. The inductees have maintained an unweighted average of 85 or higher in their math and/or science classes and most students have already fulfilled the minimum requirements for graduation.

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