Rocky Point Union Free School District Schools | Rocky Point High School


82 Rocky Point-Yaphank Road | Rocky Point, NY 11778

Phone: (631) 744-1604 | Fax: (631) 591-0220

Principal: Mr. Moeller | Assistant Principals: Mr. Gabriel, Ms. Lawson

School Hours: 7:15 AM - 1:22 PM

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Principal's Message

May 2023

Dear RPHS Parents and Students:

It seems impossible to believe but the end of the 2022-23 year is upon us. I would like to make you aware of the many events comprising the final weeks of the school year. It has most certainly been an eventful year for me and I would like to thank you for your continued cooperation and support and for your contributions in making this a successful school year. Please keep this accessible for your reference.

Date(s) Event(s)
May 1- May 12 Advanced Placement Exams
Monday, May 2 RPHS Thespian Dinner Show- RPHS @ 6PM
Monday, May 15
  • Senior Athlete Commitment Day - HS Library, 1:00PM (Invitation only)
  • 10th Annual Science Symposium - HS Library, 6:30 PM
Tuesday, May 16 School Budget Vote and Elections - HS Gymnasium, 7 AM - 9 PM
Wednesday, May 17 K-12 Art Show - HS Gymnasium and Gym Lobby, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday, May 19 High School Variety Show - HS Auditorium, 7:00 PM
May 22-25 Senior Prom Tickets on sale. Venue is Bourne Mansion and tickets are $150
Tuesday, May 23 RPHS Spring Concert - HS Auditorium, 6PM & 8PM
May 26th & May 29th Memorial Day Observed - School Closed
Memorial Day, May 29 RP Music Dept. Memorial Day performance at Sound Beach Square, 12:00PM
Tuesday, May 30 Varsity Athletics Awards Night- RPHS Auditorium, 7PM (Invitation Only)
Thursday, June 1 United States History and Government Regents Exam - 8:00 AM (Administered during school day in the Gymnasium)
Tuesday, June 6 Mandatory Graduation Practice - All Seniors - HS Auditorium, 8:00 AM
Wednesday, June 7 Mark Twain Awards Ceremony- HS Library, 2:15 PM
Thursday, June 8 High School Yearbook Distribution - Seniors - 9th period
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  • Underclassmen Yearbook Distribution- 9th Period
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    Date(s) Event(s)
    June 5&6 Global Grade 9 Final in class-regular school day
    June 7&8 English Grades 9&10 in class-regular school day
    Monday, June 12
    • Early Chromebook Return (Senior Only) 9th Period in the library
    • Locker Clean out - First Floor North & Second Floor North
    Tuesday, June 13
    • Finals Make-Up Day
    • Senior Chromebook Return in library (charge for missing power cords-$40); (Seniors with last names beginning A-L 7:20-7:40 & names M-Z 7:40-8:00)
    • Mandatory Graduation Practice – All Seniors - HS Auditorium
    • Caps and gowns will be distributed
    • Senior Walk through FJC - 10:15 AM
    • Seniors will be dismissed early
    • Finals Make-Up Day
    • Locker Clean Out - First Floor South & Second Floor South
    • LAST DAY OF CLASSES at High School
    June 14- June 22 NYS Regents Exams to be Administered (refer to attachment)
    Thursday, June 15 Senior Awards Ceremony - HS Auditorium, 1:00 PM (Invitation only, details to follow)
    Monday, June 19 Schools closed in NYS in observance of Juneteenth
    Tuesday, June 20 Checkpoint B Exam (in house foreign language final)
    Wednesday, June 21
    • Final Mandatory Graduation Practice-must attend to go to Senior Prom- 7:30AM
    • Graduation Tickets & Cords will be distributed
    • Senior Prom @ The Bourne Mansion in Oakdale, NY, 7:00 PM
    • Seniors must report to the RPHS by 5:15 PM
    • After Prom Breakfast - Rocky Point Middle School, 11:30 PM - 2:30 AM
    Friday, June 23
    June 26 & 27 Summer Credit Recovery/Test Prep Registration HS Guidance - 8am -11am - If student registers online, no need to register in person.
    August 7-9 Senior Portrait Photos for the yearbook (Class of 2024) - Appointments will be mailed home from Island Photography over the summer

    While we are enjoying the extended Memorial Day weekend at the end of the month, I ask we all take the opportunity to reflect and thank the members of our armed services for making the sacrifices they have endured which enable us to appreciate this special weekend. On behalf of the entire staff of the Rocky Point High School, I would like to wish you and your family a very happy and healthy summer, and I hope to see you at one of our end-of-the year events. Feel free to reach out with any questions.


    James Moeller, Principal


    R P H S Pride motto acrostic. P R for Personal responsibility: Attend all classes on time and every day. It is a reflection of your commitment and work ethic; Keep the school building clean and safe; Post responsibly; Dress appropriately; Respect the opinions of others and the views of everyone; Have pride in our facility. Keep the building, cafeteria, and lockers clean. I for Integrity: Advocate for the rights of everyone; be a positive role model; demonstrate sportsmanship; be an honest student. Submit your own owrk; Choose your own right path. D for Determination: Get involved. Engage fully in school activities, athlteics, and sports events; put forth maximum effort in everything you do; work to the best of your ability to achieve your goals; set goals and meet expectations. E for Empathy: Help everyone; appreciate and celebrate our differences; encourage and motivate everyone; treat everyone with kindness and generosity.

    Decision Day

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    Congrats to our Class of 2023!

    Date Added: 5/18/2023

    College Commitment Day!

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    The Rocky Point School District congratulates 14 seniors who committed to play a sport in college. The Rocky Point High School’s College Commitment Day on May 15 honored the athletes who committed to play a college sport:

    Zachary Accetta, soccer – Utica University
    Mason Bucher, soccer – Utica University
    Joseph Cecere, football –Utica University
    Jeron’Taye Coffey, wrestling – American International College
    Sean Enfield, basketball – Wells College
    Colton Feinberg, lacrosse – State University of New York College at Delhi
    Cristiana Fusco, field hockey – Mercy College
    Chloe Graham, softball – Mount Saint Mary College
    Zackery Loeser, soccer – Thiel College
    Kyle Moore, lacrosse – State University of New York College at Delhi
    Leila Oliver, cheerleading – Sacred Heart University
    Emma Raicovi, soccer – City College of New York
    Liam Reisinger, lacrosse – State University of New York College at Delhi
    Emilie Schultz, lacrosse – Kean University

    The District’s Director of Health, Physical Education, Intramurals and Athletics Jonathon Rufa spoke of each student’s high school athletic highlights and noted their gratitude to parents and coaches who helped them achieve their academic and athletic goals.

    Click here to view the photo slideshow.

    Date Added: 5/16/2023

    Teeny Awards for High School Students!

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    Several Rocky Point High School students were nominated for the 21st Annual Teeny Awards Ceremony. Hosted by the East End Arts Association, the Teeny Awards have been celebrating excellence in high school theater across the East End of Long Island since 2002.

    Rocky Point students received the following nominations:

    * For lead role in a play, Jordan Chirivas was nominated in the role of Josephine “Jo” March and Jennifer Sandusky was nominated in the role of Meg March in “Little Women.”

    * For a supporting role in a play, Maya Alexander was nominated in the role of Aunt March, Derek Bergmann was nominated in the role of Laurie and Sarah Zarzycki was nominated in the role of Marmee March in “Little Women.”

    * For outstanding performer in a musical, Jack Grable was nominated in the role of Benny Southstreet in “Guys and Dolls.”

    * For outstanding poster design, Natalie Kelly was nominated for “Clue,” “Guys and Dolls” and “Little Women.” Natalie’s design submission was also chosen to be this year’s cover of the 2023 Teen Awards program!

    The students will also perform a song from their production of “Guys and Dolls” during the awards ceremony on June 11.

    “The nominees are all incredibly talented and great young men and women,” Principal James Moeller said. “Best of luck to our nominees!”

    Click here to view the photo slideshow.

    Date Added: 5/8/2023

    Pocket Theater Shines with Production of ‘Little Women’

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    The Rocky Point High School Pocket Theater production was another success for the talented students who took the stage on April 21 and 22 for two performances of “Little Women,” a play based on Louisa May Alcott’s novel.

    The timeless story features the four March sisters; tempestuous Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth, and spoiled baby Amy, who under the guidance of their beloved mother, struggle to keep their family going while their father is away in the Civil War. In this dramatized adaptation of the classic coming-of-age story, even as illness and sibling rivalry cast their shadows, each girl strives to find her true self.

    The talented cast featured seniors Jordan Chirivas, Natalie Kelly, Robin Metz, Adam Olszewski and Sarah Zarzycki in key roles with students Maya Alexander, Derek Bergmann, Sebastian Garske, Samantha Palmese, Katie Romano and Jennifer Sandusky rounding out the cast.

    Students Adreanna Weiss and Sarah Fabricatore introduced the show. Student directors were Maya MacCarthy and Robin Metz; art director was Natalie Kelly; tech director was Toby Massar; music director was Olivia Carley; understudies were Olivia Carley, Serena Carley, Darren Castellucci, Angelina DeRosa and Laurisa Roalef.

    “It is a bittersweet moment as ‘Little Women’ was the last theater production of the year,” director and producer Mrs. Jaimie Mancini said. “Nevertheless, I am beyond proud of our cast and crew for their talent and dedication to our program, especially our seniors who will be greatly missed!”

    Date Added: 4/25/2023

    VE Students Share Exemplary Business Skills

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    Students in Rocky Point High School’s Virtual Enterprise class showed off their professional skills and talents at a recent trade show event.

    The YBS (Youth Business Summit) International Trade Show, which took place at the Javits Center, provided an opportunity for students to explore a variety of businesses from Virtual Enterprise classes all over the world. Students showcased their talents and creativity, selling their products to other companies and impressing visitors and judges alike with their exemplary selling skills.

    “The trade show was a fantastic way to inspire our next generation of entrepreneurs,” teacher Mrs. Dorothy Burns said.

    Date Added: 4/25/2023