Long Beach High School (New York)

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This article is about the high school in New York. For the polytechnic high school in California, see Long Beach Polytechnic High School.

Coordinates: 40°35′39″N 73°38′05″W / 40.594228°N 73.634834°W / 40.594228; -73.634834

Long Beach High School
Address
322 Lagoon Dr. W.
Lido Beach, New York, United States
Information
Type Public
Established 1971
School district Long Beach City School District
Principal William Stroud [1]
Enrollment approx. 1400
Color(s) Blue, White
Mascot Bulldog
Nickname Home of the Marines
Newspaper [1]
Information (516) 897-2012
Website

Long Beach High School is a public high school in Lido Beach, New York, serving the Long Beach City School District in Long Beach, New York. The school has a 30-acre (12 ha) campus.[2]

History[edit]

Long Beach Junior Senior High School was built in 1939 on Lindell Boulevard in Long Beach. Later, this building was converted to an elementary school and the high school moved to Lido Beach, at the site of what is now the Lido Elementary/Long Beach Middle School complex. Construction of the current location of Long Beach High School, between Lagoon Drive West and Blackheath Road, was completed in 1971.[citation needed]

Athletics[edit]

The school's teams are known as the Marines with a Bulldog as the mascot. They currently compete in District Eight of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. The sports offered at the school include:

Fall Sports: Cross Country (Separate Male and Female Teams), Football, Cheerleading, Soccer (Separate Male and Female Teams), Badminton (Male Team), Swimming (Female Team), Volleyball (Separate Male and Female Teams), Tennis (Female Team), and the Surf Team (New York State's Only High School Surf Team (Co-Ed))

Winter Sports: Basketball (Separate Male and Female Teams), Swimming (Male Team), Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Winter Track (Separate Male and Female Teams), Wrestling, and Ice Hockey (Male Team)(Three time New York state small school high school champions 2005, 2010–11 and 2011–12)

Spring Sports: Baseball (Male Team), Softball (Female Team), Golf (Separate Male and Female Teams), Spring Track (Separate Male and Female Teams), Lacrosse (Separate Male and Female Teams), Tennis (Male Team), and Badminton (Female Team)

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://lbeach.org/News/Story.aspx?id=17447
  2. ^ Saslow, Linda. "Schools Split on 'Open Campus'." The New York Times. October 23, 1988. Retrieved on October 18, 2011.

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