Click here to view the Course Selection Booklet for the 2020-2021 school year.
90 Years 1928-2018
The 2nd Annual Corso Classic will be held on Tuesday, January 28th with the girls game being played at 5:30 and the boys game being played at 7:30 vs. Holy Trinity. All proceeds benefit the John Corso Memorial Scholarship. Donations will be accepted at the door. To make an online donation, click the link above.
Click here to purchase uniforms, athletic apparel and spirit gear.
Each year, Juniors are invited to consider serving the Church and school community as Eucharistic ministers beginning in their senior year. Information and the application are attached. All applications must be received no later than February 28th.
The Science Department will be offering midterm review sessions on Tuesday, January 21st and Wednesday, January 22nd. Click here to view the schedule.
If you would like to participate in this day trip to Washington, D.C., please fill out the attached permission slip and return to Mr. Dillon by Monday, January 13th.
The Student Council will be hosting a dress down this Friday, January 10th. There will also be a bake sale during lunch periods. Proceeds from Friday will go towards the 'Birthday Wishes of Long Island' organization to help bring joy to homeless children in the area in celebrating their birthday. Thank you to the Junior Class Representatives for bringing awareness to this wonderful cause. The $5 dress down fee will be collected during homeroom. Students are reminded to adhere to dress down policies in the Student Handbook.
Click here to view the World Languages Dept. Midterm Exam Schedule.
Click here to read the Christmas 2019 Edition of the Dom's Digest Newsletter.
Registration forms and check must be in by January 15th and course will begin February 3rd. Please fill out attached form and return to attendance office.
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Time: 6 PM
Time: 2:45 AM
Location: vs. Holy Trinity at South Levittown Lanes at 4:15
Location: vs. Holy Trinity at 5:00/6:30 p.m.
Location: vs. Holy Trinity at 4:00
Location: vs. Kellenberg at 3:45 p.m. at Northwell
Location: vs. St. Anthony's at 4:00 at Syosset Lanes
Congratulations to Cade McGraw and C.J. Finnegan in winning the Public / Catholic schools doubles bowling tournament this past weekend at Levittown Lanes!
Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council officers!
The Varsity Girls' Tennis team defeated St. John the Baptist on Tuesday, October 15th to win its third consecutive league championship. The team has been undefeated in league play for the past three seasons, with a winning streak of 34 consecutive matches. Congratulations, Girls!
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At A Glance
SUNY New Paltz/Geology
Mr. Nee inspired me to follow my geologic dreams and helped me find what I want to do for the rest of my life. I am currently a full-time researcher at New Paltz and will be a TA next year. Thanks to all of the AP classes I took at St. Doms, I am able to graduate over a full year early. I'm so glad I've found what I love, and it was all because of St. Dominic.
St. Doms has done everything for me. From all the memories I made to the lifelong friends I have now, I couldn't be more thankful for my time at St. Doms. The whole staff knows how to prepare you for college and the real world. I will be forever grateful I made the right decision to be a part of the St. Dominic HS family!
University of Maryland/Pepsico, CEO
When I was a teenager there were days I didn't appreciate my Catholic education at St. Dominic. Today, I know it was the foundation for my life, and the discipline and spirituality have lasted. I'm very grateful for my St. Dominic education, and I'm glad to help others get some of the same gifts I received.
Fordham University/San Diego Padres
Attending St. Dominic was a life changing experience! I would not be where I am today without all of the people involved. All of the staff always cared about you and your family and wants to help you. If I had to choose a high school all over again, I would choose St. Doms every time. When I walked onto Fordham's campus my freshman year, I felt so prepared not only in my classes, but for the real world as well. Besides the outstanding curriculum St. Doms has to offer, in every classroom lesson, there seemed to be a life lesson hidden in there that I didn't realize until I was on my own.