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Center Moriches High School

An International Baccalaureate World School


311 Frowein Road
Center Moriches, NY 11934
Phone: (631) 878-0092
(631) 878-1796
School Hours for Students:
7:20 am – 2:30 pm*
Includes extra-help period

Marissa Mangogna, High School Principal

Katy Forman, Assistant High School Principal

Jeremy Thode, Director of Health, PE, Athletics & Campus Safety & Management

Ninoska Slifstein, Office Assistant / Spanish Speaking / ENL Coordinator

Jessica Donato, Attendance Office

Kelly Kavanagh, Social Worker

Lynda Trujillo, Psychologist

Miranda Geraci, School Nurse


Club Activity Guide 2022-23

Course Offerings 2023-24 


Flyers and Notices


Students Step on Stage for “All Shook Up”

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Students performing on a stage for
Students performing on a stage for
Students performing on a stage for
Students performing on a stage for
Students performing on a stage for
Students performing on a stage for
Student-actors in the Center Moriches High School Drama Club stepped on stage for this year’s musical, “All Shook Up.” They put on a total of three performances in front of a live audience. The musical is inspired by Elvis Presley and features his music.

Date Added: 3/21/2023

Top of the Class of 2023

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Center Moriches High School is proud to announce Jillian Ryan as its Class of 2023 valedictorian and Emma Morris as its salutatorian. The district congratulates Jillian and Emma on achieving the top academic honors and wishes them the best of luck in their future endeavors!

More information coming soon.

Date Added: 3/20/2023

East End Arts Competition Winners

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Center Moriches High School students are being recognized for their work honoring civil rights activist, author and poet Maya Angelou. Center Moriches was named the first-place winner of the East End Arts MLK Portrait Project, which encourages students to create individual panels that come together to create a portrait of a civil rights leader.

In addition to the first-place prize, three Center Moriches students were individually chosen as winners of a contest to work with an International Artist. Congratulations to Savannah Piccoli, Victoria Pendizick and Kai Fox. These students will work with Dan Shaw-Town, a painter and sculptor originally from England, in a series of workshops next month.

The MLK Portrait Project helps teach students how the power of the individual is amplified in the community. All portraits are up for auction to benefit the East End Arts Art Scholarship Fund.

Date Added: 3/13/2023

‘Using Our Voices’ Mental Health Run Series

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Student leaders from Center Moriches High School helped organize the first “Using our Voices” Mental Health Run Series. Students worked with their peers in the North Babylon and Connetquot School Districts to host a series of 5K races. The run series is a follow-up event to P.S. I Love You Day, which is meant to spread love, unite communities, end bullying and promote mental health awareness.

The Center Moriches 5K marked the first of the series. Hundreds gathered at Neville Park on March 5 to support mental health through physical activity. Center Moriches students shared messages about reducing stress and anxiety and building relationships. The student-led event displayed the power student voice has in engaging communities and making change.

Professional Photographer Event Photos

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Date Added: 3/7/2023

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