1 Redmen St.
Islip Terrace, NY 11752-2898


Main Office: 631-224-2110/2111/2113

Health Office: 631-224-2135

Attendance Office: 631-224-2114/2134

Principal: William Brennen


“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.” Henry David Thoreau





East Islip High School Start Time
7:10 a.m.-1:47 p.m.                  
Grades 9-12 


Breakfast/Lunch Program: Parents and guardians can apply for the free/reduced breakfast/lunch program at any time during the school year. For further information, please contact high school social worker Dr. DePasquale at 631-224-2122.

Class of 2017: A meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 25 after school in Room 216 to discuss our December fundraiser. Please see Ms. Fleming or Ms. Takacs with any questions.

College Visits: Click here for a new list of college visits for 2014-2015.

HOBY: The HS is currently seeking a sophomore student to represent East Islip at the annual Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar in Washington, D.C. This is an excellent opportunity for a student with strong leadership and communication skills to enhance his or her college and career resume. Interested students should see Mrs. Salvaggio in Guidance for more information.

Library Hours: The high school library is open daily from 6:45 a.m–2:45 p.m.

Pride Days: Fridays are EI Pride Days! Show your pride by wearing your East Islip colors (red and black, or red and white), jersey or uniform. 

Report Cards: In an effort to reduce paper consumption and mailing costs, and to encourage ongoing open and regular communication with parents, report cards, progress reports and student schedules for all students are available to parents and guardians only in electronic format, via the Parent Portal. Click here for detailed information.

School News Articles and Photos: News articles and photos specifically for East Islip High School can be viewed by clicking on "View News" under "Current News" on the left side of this page. Districtwide news can be viewed by clicking on "News" in the links at left, or by visiting the main district page. Older articles can be found in the News Archive.

Science: Students who have completed three years of high school science and have 20 hours of science-related community service, please stop by Mrs. Neri’s room for more information.

Standardized Testing ID: Acceptable forms of ID for standardized testing include: 1) Government-issued driver's license or non-driver ID card, 2) Official school-produced student identification card from the school the student currently attends, 3) Government- issued passport, 4) Government-issued military or national identification card, 5) SAT/ACT student ID form (provided by Guidance; this needs to be notarized).   
Teacher Websites: High school teacher websites are accessed via the Staff Directory link at left. Names of teachers with their own site are highlighted in red; simply click on the name to access their page.

Toys for Tots: The Math Honor Society is once again volunteering for the collection of new, unwrapped toys for the Toys for Toys program run by the U.S. Marine Corps. Collection boxes will be placed throughout the district – in the district office, high school, middle school and elementary schools. – and gifts may also be sent to the attention of MHS adviser Maria Burns. The Marines will be picking up all donations by Dec. 15. 



Athletics Announcements

Boys Spring Lacrosse: Registration has been extended until further notice. Click here for more info.

Winter Sports Information: Click here for info.




Guidance Announcements

Bank of America Student Leaders Program: Are you interested in how to broaden your leadership skills? The Bank of America Student Leaders Program is currently accepting applications. This program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through a weeklong expense-paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. and an eight-week paid summer internship. For more information, applicant criteria and to apply please click here.

Leadership Conferences
: Freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are interested in the fields of medicine, business, political science or law, and would like to enhance their college resumes while building leadership skills and making connections with professionals in their fields, can participate in one of the several leadership conferences available to students in their grade. See Mrs. Salvaggio in Guidance for more information.

Presidential Scholarship
: Seniors interested in attending Fairleigh Dickinson University next year may qualify for a full-tuition Presidential Scholarship. See Mrs. Salvaggio in Guidance for more information.

SAT/ACT Prep: Get free SAT/ACT prep through your Castle Learning Account. Click here for more info.

SAT Changes
: The new SAT will be launched in spring 2016. Please click here for a chart, courtesy of Kaplan, to help explain the differences.  



Friday, November 28, 2014