Fox Lane High School

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Fox Lane High School
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Motto Fox Lane P.R.I.D.E.
Established 1956
Type Public
Principal Dr. Joel Adelberg[1]
Asst. Principals Martinez & Piquero
Students 1,400 (approx.)
Grades 9-12
Location Bedford, New York, United States
Oversight Bedford Central School District
Campus Fox Lane
Colors red, white   
Mascot Fox
Yearbook 'Fox Trails'
Newspaper 'Fox Lane Times[2]
Website [3]

Fox Lane High School is a public secondary school located in Bedford, New York. It is named after the road, Fox Lane, that begins just to the side of the school's driveway.

Administration[edit]

The school's principal is Dr. Joel Adelberg. There are two assistant principals, Mr. Emerly Martinez and Ms. Ana Piquero. Each Assistant Principal is responsible for two grades and follows them through graduation. There are two deans, Keith Alleyne and Christopher Coughlin. The deans are primarily responsible for student discipline. Each dean, similar to the AP model, is responsible for either 9th and 11th or 10th and 12th grade students, and remains dean of that graduating class for the duration of their four year attendance at Fox Lane. Both deans teach regular classes in addition to their other obligations.

Renovations[edit]

In recent years the school has undergone several renovations; these include the school's commons & theater in 1990, library in 1993, and cafeteria in 1999. The school has completed a multi-million dollar renovation that began in the summer of 2005. The entire construction project ended by the start of 2008-2009 school year. The entire campus also renovated the entrances, adding another one on the other side of Route 172, and revamping the older entrance with a traffic circle.

Athletics[edit]

The Fox Lane Foxes do well in most sports, winning titles regularly. The teams include Football, Field Hockey, Soccer, Swimming, Cross Country, Winter Track, Spring Track, Dance, Cheerleading, Special Olympics, Basketball, Skiing, Wrestling, Track, Lacrosse, Softball, Baseball, Golf and Tennis.

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Coordinates: 41°11′31″N 73°40′43″W / 41.19194°N 73.67861°W / 41.19194; -73.67861