News and Events
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Congratulations to Hauppauge High School’s Chamber Choir and Concert Choir. Both ensembles received a rating of “Gold with Distinction”, the highest rating possible at this year’s NYSSMA Majors!
The Chamber Choir Performed at a Level 6, the highest NYSSMA Level and this is the first year Concert Choir has ever gone to NYSSMA Major Organization Festival on a Level 5. Over the past 10 years, Chamber Choir has rated “Gold with Distinction” 8 times and “Gold” twice.
We wish to congratulate all our exceptionally talented students for this outstanding achievement!
Hauppauge High School Students Sweep the 2014 Teeny Awards
Hauppauge High School theatre students enjoyed a Red Carpet Moment when they swept the Islip Arts Council’s 2014 Teeny Awards.The Teeny Awards…Career Path to Success is a high school student recognition program, patterned after the Tony Awards. The following Hauppauge theatre students were recognized at the June 3, 2014 Awards program:
Town of Islip Arts Council’s Scholarship Awards:
Lindsay Lauria and Scott Bottner
Best Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama:
The Good Doctor
Best Ensemble in a Musical:
Merrily We Roll Along
Outstanding Cameo Actor in a Comedy or Drama:
Eamon Phelan, The Good Doctor
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama:
Dan S. Smith, The Good Doctor
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy or Drama:
Billy Recce, The Good Doctor
Best Lead Actress in a Comedy or Drama:
Olivia Souza, The Good Doctor
Erika Seeger, Merrily We Roll Along
IB Film Students Win Best In Show at The Long Island Media Arts Show!
Congratulations to HHS’s Jimmy Bie, Daniel Nasta and Matt Fresolone!
Their film “Undisturbed” won BEST IN SHOW at the Long Island Media Arts Show and is also being considered for the Suffolk County Film Commission's First Exposure Film Festival! This film also took second place in the Drama category at the Locust Valley Film Festival.
Congratulations are also in order for HHS’s Jeanine Aupperle who submitted her Public Service Announcement “Perseverance” to the Locust Valley Film Festival and took second place in the PSA category!
A big THANK YOU to their Film Teacher Dave Schaeffler for a job well done!