Announcements

Report Cards for the first quarter are now available on the Parent Portal.  Please take some time to review your child's progress.  If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact your child's classroom teacher and/or school counselor.


Please visit www.lhsregentsexams.com to access all Regents related information.

Calling all Juniors and Seniors!
Link to ACT and SAT Prep
Method Test Prep at
Longwood High School
Click here 

For information about Driver Education, click
here

Ninth through eleventh grade students can now access their PSAT 8/9 and PSAT/NMSQT scores on the College Board website.  For specific instructions, please click on the following link:  Longwood High School Counseling PSAT

Instructions for Logging Into Google Apps for Education

Instructions for Logging Into Google Apps for the First Time

Instructions for Navigating Google Apps for Education

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recent news

Coram Students Collect Bottles For ALS Research
Coram Students Collect Bottles For ALS Research
12/13/2017
Students in Laura LeGrady’s class at Coram Elementary School students are giving Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patients hope for a cure.
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Board of Education Appoints New Member
Board of Education Appoints New Member
12/11/2017
On Thursday, December 7, Victoria Molloy was unanimously appointed to the Longwood Board of Education.
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Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
11/22/2017
On Monday, November 20, 2017, Ridge Elementary School students participated in a special event to increase their knowledge about disabilities and foster positive attitudes about people living with disabilities.
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High School Students Head to Washington, DC  For Princeton Model Congress
High School Students Head to Washington, DC For Princeton Model Congress
11/20/2017
Each November, a group of Longwood High School students travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Princeton Model Congress (PMC).
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