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
School Hours: 7:10 a.m.-1:47 p.m.
“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.” – Henry David Thoreau
Caps and Gowns: Seniors who did not order their caps and gowns last week must see Ms. Fleming or Mrs. Vannatta in Room 216 ASAP with a check for
$38. Ordering a cap and gown is mandatory. If you have any questions,
see Ms. Fleming or Mrs. Vannatta in Room 216.
Foreign Language Honor Society
Career Academies: All juniors who have been accepted into an academy for their senior year are expected to attend our first academy meeting on Wednesday, April 26 in the high school library. Medical Academy students must have their completed contract in to Mrs. Neri on or before the meeting. Come and meet your academy teachers and your fellow students at this informative meeting.
Curriculum Guide:The high school's 2017-2018 curriculum guide is available here. Department videos that supplement the curriculum guide can be viewed at the following links:
Family and Consumer Science
Health and Physical Education
Language Other than English
: here will be a meeting of the Foreign Language Honor Society on
Thursday, April 27 after school in the auditorium. Current members as well as
incoming sophomores should all attend.
: The club is having a meeting on Tuesday, April 25 in Room 150 immediately
after school. It is time to discuss our trip to the elementary
schools. Anyone interested in participating in the fifth-grade
exploratory program must attend Tuesday's meeting.
: Are you thinking of a career in health care and want to
prepare yourself for success in a competitive college selection
process? There are still a few openings in next year's medical academy,
but you must complete an application within the next two weeks! See
Mrs. Neri in Room 101 for more information, or stop by any day during
period 7 to meet our Medical Academy Class of 2017 and learn more about
how CAM will prepare you for college and career.
National Honor Society
: The National Honor Society is having a clothing drive on Saturday, April 29 in the high school parking lot. Bring your bags of clothes to the high school between 11 a.m.-2 p.m., or drop off your clothing in Room 201 this week. All proceeds will be going to Kyle Engblom's Foundation to fight rare diseases, See Mrs. Ingram with any questions.
: Click here
to read the current issue of the high school newsletter.
: 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.
: There will be a mandatory pre-prom meeting for all seniors on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Parent/guardian must also attend.
: Spirit Week is April 24-28, as follows:
Monday, April 24: Pajama Day
Tuesday, April 25: Super Hero Day
Wednesday, April 26: Red, White & Blue - USA Day
Thursday, April 27: College Day
Friday, April 28: EI Pride Day
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).
: Anyone interested in trying out for the upcoming JV and varsity cheerleading season, there will be a brief meeting on Friday, April 28 at 3 p.m. in the high school.
: Seniors should check the bulletin board outside the guidance
office for a list of colleges which will be visiting the high school. This list includes specific dates and times and can also be found in
: Starting with the Class of 2017, seniors and parents may start their FAFSA application by clicking here
for access to resources available to guide them through the FAFSA process.
: To sign up for important reminders from Guidance, text the message @eiguidance to the number 81010 or click here
: The Town of Islip is hosting local job fairs! For teens/young adults looking for part-time work or summer employment, this is the place to connect with prospective local employers. Job seekers can complete applications, submit resumes and receive information about employment opportunities. Admission is free. Click here
for more information.
: Scores are available to students; click here
for more info.
SAT Prep Class at EIHS
: Click here
SAT/ACT Prep Online
: Get free SAT/ACT prep through your Castle Learning Account. Click here
for more info.
Suffolk County Community College Summer 2017 Early College Program
: This program is now open to current sophomores (Class of 2019) and juniors (Class of 2018). Students must have a minimum 85 GPA with one NYS Regents grade above 85. Click here
for application and additional information.
: If you are a junior who is interested in applying to a technical
school for math or science upon graduation, please see Mrs. Salvaggio
in the guidance office for scholarship information.
Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program
: Click here
for more information on this 2017 program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Visit www.ccesuffolk.org for a registration form.
Island Drafting and Technical Institute:
senior who is applying to the Island Drafting and Technical Institute
and planning on studying computer-aided drafting and design, or
electronic and computer service technology, please see Mrs. Salvaggio in
the guidance office. You may be eligible for a scholarship.
NYS Excelsior Scholarship
: The first-in-the-nation plan will be phased in over three years, beginning for New Yorkers making up to $100,000 annually in the fall of 2017, increasing to $110,000 in 2018, and reaching $125,000 in 2019. Click here
NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence Selection Criteria
: The nominees for the NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence are chosen based on Regents grades in English, science, math and social studies. A formula set forth by the state is used in calculating students’ Regents averages and nominees are picked based on the highest scores. Each school is given a set amount of students who can be nominated based on graduating class size.
: Any junior who may be interested in attending
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute upon graduation, please see Mrs.
Salvaggio in the Guidance office for scholarship information.
: To sign up for scholarship announcements from the East Islip Guidance Department,
text the message @eischolars to the number 81010 or clicking here
: Please visit your Naviance
account and the guidance website for additional scholarship
STEM Incentive Program
: Seniors ranked in the top 10
percent of their high school graduating class, who attend a SUNY or CUNY
college in a program leading to a degree in science, technology,
engineering or mathematics, may be eligible for the New York State STEM
Incentive Program, which provides a full tuition scholarship and
includes a service requirement. Click here
for more information