HSWesthampton Beach High School

49 Lilac Road
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

(631) 288-3800 / FAX: (631) 288-3915
Building Hours: 7:00 a.m. -  4:00 p.m.
School Hours:   7:30 a.m. -  2:16 p.m.
Summer Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Principal:  Dr. Christopher Herr (cherr@whbschools.org)
Asst. Principal:  Mr. Bryan J. Bookamer (bbookamer@whbschools.org)
Asst. Principal:  Ms. Kerry Pillittier (kpillittier@whbschools.org)


Tursday, January 21, 2021 "D" Day

Winter Concert Video

National Honor Society Induction Video

Club Meetings Info & Links

A, B, C, D, Calendar and Bell Schedule

Alternate Day Courses

Back to School Night 2020 - Flipgrid Virtual Showcase

Welcome Back Letter

Freshman Orientation Virtual Tour

High School Reopening Plan

High School Reopening Plan - Spanish

High School Reopening Presentation Slides

High School Reopening Presentation Slides - Spanish

New Safety Measures Video 

Social and Emotional Learning Resources

Virtual Field Trip List

Working papers, send email to Mrs. Kommer: lkommer@whbschools.org

Yearbooks: If you ordered a 2020 yearbook it can be picked up in the H.S. library during a free period.  Extra yearbooks are available for purchase, contact Ms. Larson.


Math, Science and World Language Honor Society Video

Current News

Westhampton Beach Student-Athletes Recognized

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Westhampton Beach High School seniors Maureen Duffy and Aidan Cassara were honored by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance as winners of the Suffolk Zone Student Leadership Award. The pair were selected based on their excellence in physical education, leadership ability and service to the community.

Clothing for Warmth Drive

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Westhampton Beach High School Key Club member Giavanna Spagnolo recently organized a successful clothing drive to help those in need at Maureen’s Haven in Riverhead. Thanks to the generosity of students, teachers and staff, the junior was able to collect several boxes full of new and gently used coats, scarves and gloves.

Deck the Halls

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Westhampton Beach High School Key Club and Youth to Youth members recently worked together to spread holiday cheer at their school. The club members spent time decorating a Christmas tree in the main lobby of the school and hanging various Hanukkah decorations.

60 inducted into National Honor Society

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During a virtual candle-lighting ceremony, 60 Westhampton Beach High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society.
To be eligible for membership, the students were required to maintain an unweighted GPA of 92 or better; meet the standards of leadership, service, citizenship and character; and complete 45 hours of community service.
The Westhampton Beach School District congratulates the following inductees:

Jacqueline Amato,
Lola Anderson,
William Barr-Forget
Justin Buonomo
Sean Buonomo
Andrew Caponi
Megan Card-Gimpelman
Cassidy Connor
Daniel Cooper
Joseph D'Agostino
Matthew Daleo
Ella Donneson
Maureen Duffy,
Brandon Erbis
Courtney Fives
Ellen Floegel
Casey Gallagher
Taylor Gallarello
Michael Giacchetto
Jacqueline Glaser,
John Halloran,
Jade Hawkesworth,
Sidney Heaney
Caroline Henke
Jade Jackey,
Olivia Jayne
Kayla Jimenez
Joshua Kaplan
Campbell Kast
Sarah Keating
Cooper Kim
Elizabeth Knieriemen
Alicia Linder
Evan Lockwood
Hade Lopez-Xirum
Jake Mecca,
Ryan Miller,
Camila Osorio
Carter Papagni
Hannah Parsons
Jane Paulson
Edona Popi
Sofia Presutti,
Michael Romano
Jack Santora
Dominic Sarno
Grace Schmelzer
Mia Seitles
John Shannon
Grant Skala
Molly Skorobohaty
Ashley Steedman
Emma Strebel,
Chloe Vargas
Vanessa Vargas
Natalia Vega
Emily Vignieri
Lily Wagner
Courtney Rose Wenzel
William Zaffuto

Letters to Santa Campaign helps Make-A-Wish

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Westhampton Beach High School sophomores Sydney Anastasia, Sean Bass and Kaitlyn Mcdermott recently raised $1,300 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation by collecting 644 letters to Santa as part of the Macy’s Believe letter-writing campaign.

To gather the letters, the trio, who work under the name the Golden Canes, put out a call to the community to write letters to Santa. They then decked out a golf cart in festive gear and drove around neighborhoods collecting the letters.

Their efforts are now being featured as part of Team Up for Community’s Holiday Hero Video Challenge, where they have the opportunity to win a top prize of $3,000. If they win, they plan to donate it to Make-A-Wish. The Golden Canes are asking the community to log into Team Up for Community and vote for their campaign. Voting continues through Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. and can be cast here: https://www.teamup4community.org/l-i-holiday-sports-heroes-video-challenge-2020.

This is not the first time that the Golden Canes have participated in the Holiday Hero Video Challenge. Last year, they won $500, which they donated to Make-A-Wish.