Harborfields High School

98 Taylor Avenue
Greenlawn, NY 11740
(631) 754-5360
(631) 261-7557 Fax                                      

Dr. Rory J. Manning
Assistant Principal
Dr. Jami Goldstein

Interim Assistant Principal               Mr. Robert Thornton

School Hours

7:40 A.M. - 2:20 P.M.

Bell Schedule
                                                                                                                              Photo by Alex Noon            


Anti Bullying Flash Mob Video

Principal's Corner - by Dr. Rory J. Manning


The truth is more important than the facts.”

~Frank Lloyd Wright


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          We were recently notified that our Global Justice Club was the winner in Stop and Shop’s Fighting Hunger Program.  Our students were challenged to collect donated food and create a display around the theme of fighting hunger.  In all, over 700 lbs. of food was collected to benefit the Harborfields community through HACO.  Global Justice advisor Ms. DaSilva and our students worked long hours to collect the food and build their display pictured below.  As a result of their efforts, Stop and Shop will donate $1,000 to our school.  Please join me in congratulating Ms. DaSilva and all of our students in our Global Justice Club.

National Art Honor Society:  We are pleased to share that 21 students were inducted into the Harborfields High School Chapter of the National Art Honor Society this past Thursday evening.  NAHS Advisor, Ms. Ritter, coordinated a dignified ceremony and was supported by her art department colleagues who were all present for this occasion.  The students were able to hear from the guest speaker, Ms. Kerry Flaherty, who graduated from HF in 2005 and has had a successful career in the arts.  Please join me in congratulating the following new inductees into the National Art Honor Society: Rose Barbera, Samantha Branch, Gabriella Caba, Jenna Casalino, Jennifer Cox, Lianne Doctor, Alexa Forberg, Jocelyn Hernandez, Caroline Johnson, Alec Lurie, Elizabeth Mackey, Abby Moberg, Cheyenne Perry, Jack Ratti, Taryn Roche, Jennifer Ryan, Anna Savino, Hannah Staib, Kelly Stone, Chelsea Taranovich and Sarah Wallin.

LI Science and Engineering Fair: Congratulations to Connor Stewart, Alisa Chang, Sabrina Qi and Abigail Wax who recently competed at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF).  Connor and Alisa individually generated their own computer programs that improve current cryptography methods.  Sabrina studied the chemistry behind synthesizing silver nanoparticles that can be used in cancer treatments.  Abigail worked with a partner studying intercellular communication via connexin expression in HeLa cells.  Abigail and her partner advanced to the second round, placing 3rd in their category. Sabrina placed 4th in her category.  Congratulations to our science research teacher Mr. Pinto and all of his students who competed in this prestigious event.

Running to Success: The Harborfields varsity girls 4 by 800 meter relay team ran this past weekend qualifying for the prestigious New Balance Nationals. Pictured below from left to right are Elizabeth Larkin, Kerry Gaye, Melissa Greaves, and Jamie Grossman. These girls had an impressive winter season running a personal record in the Millrose games and breaking our school record for the 4 by 800 relay with a time of 9:34.18. Congratulations!

Tourette’s Association Ambassador:  Congratulations to Samantha Scileppi who was accepted as a Youth Ambassador for the Tourette's Association.  Samantha will travel to Washington, D.C. March 23-25 to be trained.  Samantha will join other Youth Ambassador’s at Capitol Hill to speak with Senators and Legislators to encourage them to pass various bills regarding funding for Tourette's Syndrome. Congratulations Samantha!

Tilles Band Festival: Congratulations to the following Harborfields High School band students who were selected to participate in the Tilles Band Festival at the 2015 LIU Post Band Festival at the Tilles Center.  Olivia Bartfield, French horn, Florence Chi, clarinet, Peter LaRocca, French horn and Justin Murphey, trombone.  They will be members of a 150 piece band with other high school students representing 26 high schools across Long Island.  The concert is Sunday, April 26th at 7:00pm.

LI’s Best: The Harborfields High School Art Department is proud to announce that two of our talented students had their artwork accepted into the Heckscher Museum. Congratulations to Pamela Best and Shannon O’Reilly on this recognition.  Now in its 19th year, Long Island's Best challenges students in grades 9 through 12 from across Nassau and Suffolk Counties to choose a work of art in the Museum as the starting point for their own creative exploration.  The quality of the artwork is exceptional and delivers a professional-level show. This year, 311 works of art from 54 high schools across Long Island were submitted for jurying and 80 works of art in various media were selected to be featured in the exhibition.

Battle of the Books:  This past Friday evening, the Advanced Suffolk County Battle of the Books competition was held at Connetquot High School.  The competition is a county wide book trivia contest for high school students and this year there were 20 teams competing for the title.  The Harborfields team, "The Plague Victims" placed 2nd.  Congratulations to Kelly Stone, Kevin Topolovec, Gabrielle Mank, Rachel Bram, Nicole Dayton, Nora Gleeson, Jennie Spreckels, Emma Johnston, Quinn Theobald, Eric Ferrigno and Cole Wadler.

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards:  Congratulations to Frances Chi who was recognized with a Regional Silver Key Award in The Scholastic Art & Writing Award program.  More than 300,000 works were submitted and only the top 40% received recognition.  Congratulations Frances!

High Arts Showcase: Congratulations to Shannon O’Reilly who received an Award of Excellence in the prestigious High Arts Showcase.  Congratulations as well to the following participants – Pamela Best, Frances Chi, Julianna Bedoya, Kayla Fathers and Alexa Overeem.  Great job everyone!

Random Acts of Kindness:  We are pleased to share that Julia Annunziata, Dijonzhane Johnson, Katherine Ryan, Nicole Logrieco, Rachel Kuenzler and Katherine Alnwick have been awarded a Random Acts of Kindness Award for being kind when they thought nobody was watching.




HF...There's an App for that!  The HF Navigator App is Here!

 The HF Mobile Computing Club is pleased to share that an App has been developed by our students, for our students.  The HF Navigator App is available on the Apple iOS Store and on Android in Google Play.  The App is free and contains many features such as links to resources for parents and students, daily announcements, staff directory, educational tools, and a bus finder application.  There will be many updates throughout the year as our Mobile Computing Club students continue to develop new ideas.  Download the HF Navigator App today and let us know what you think!


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A Look Ahead:

Wed 3/11/15

Winter Sports Recognition


7:00 PM

Thu 3/12/15

National Art honor Society Induction


7:00 PM

 Fri 3/13/15

Girls Basketball – LI Championship

LIU - Post

5:00 PM

Special Announcements from our Guidance Department

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Prom Guest Permission Slip - NEW

2015-16 Course Guide - Revised 2/26/15!

Banner Project

Seasonal Flu Parent Guide

Attendance Policy Letter 

Senior Parking Application 

Health Office Notes

Student Health/Emergency Contact Form

Student Accident Insurance 




Faculty & Staff Directory
Activities Calendar
The Harbinger Online
National Honor Society Website
2015 HF Yearbook Info Page - NEW
LICAAD Presentation
Harborfields PTA Website
Community Service Exchange
Library Media Center
Yearbook Ordering


HS Clubs & Activities Portfolio '14-15 - NEW 
HS Club Advisors & Meetings - NEW

HHS Student Handbook '14-15 - NEW

HS Student Registration Packet
2014-2015 Course Guide
Career/Tech Programs
Cyberbullying Info
Parent Portal Registration Form


Newsday Marching Band Festival '14
Homecoming '13
Graduation Ceremony '13


Geometry Textbook 2008
Algebra 2 and Trigonometry


Student Resources, Professional Organizations, & Career Information




Further Education, Institutions, & Scholarships


A Gold Medal for Harborfields!

The Harborfields Central School Distirct is proud to report that Harborfields High School has been awarded a gold medal in the U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools competition.

This prestigious contest evaluates schools based upon college readiness, participation in Advanced Placement courses, and state proficiency standards.  Based on these criteria, Harborfields has been recognized as being among the finest educational institutions in the country.

This recognition has earned Harborfields High School a third-place ranking in Suffolk County, an eleventh place designation on Long Island, and a ranking of 215 out of the 22,000 high schools in the nation.  Congratulations to all the hard working staff and students of Harborfields High School.

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Friday, March 27, 2015