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North Shore High School (New York)

North Shore High School
Location
450 Glen Cove Avenue, Glen Head, New York 11545
United States
Information
Type Comprehensive Public High School
Opened 1957
School district North Shore Schools
Principal Albert Cousins
Assistant Principals Jennifer Imperiale, Kevin Kurrus
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 841 (2006)
Campus type Suburban
Mascot Vikings
Rival Glen Cove High School
Newspaper The Viking View
Website

North Shore High School is located in Glen Head, New York. It opened in September 1957 and graduated its first class in June 1958. The first principal was Dr. John French.

The school is a part of the North Shore School District. As of 2006, approximately 841 students attend North Shore High School. The current principal is Albert Cousins. In 2008, Newsweek ranked North Shore as the 263rd best public school in the country.[1] North Shore's athletic teams are known as the Vikings, and have a long-time rivalry with neighboring Glen Cove High School.

Around 1988 North Shore has an "open campus" policy, where students were allowed to leave campus during lunch and other free periods so they could work on independent projects. Some community members wanted North Shore to become a "closed campus," where leaving campus was not permitted during free periods. They were concerned due to automobile and pedestrian safety and possibilities of students conducting recreational drug usage off campus.[2]

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ Newsweek. The Top of the Class 2008: The complete list of the 1,300 top U.S. high schools
  2. ^ Saslow, Linda. "Schools Split on 'Open Campus'." The New York Times. October 23, 1988. Retrieved on October 18, 2011.
  3. ^ a b c d e Kathleen Clancy (November 1994). "Life After North Shore". Viking View (Glen Head, New York: North Shore High School). 
  4. ^ a b North Shore High School Yearbook 1973

External links

  • North Shore School District - Official website

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