Anushka Srivastava, Class of 2018
Anushka is attending the World Bachelor in Business program at the University of Southern California, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and University Commercial Luigi Bocconi, Milan
“Lynbrook has tremendous opportunities, one just needs to keep their eyes open. What made my high school years really special was the fact that I stepped out of my bubble and made an effort to put myself out there, since I had recently moved to the United States. Thinking beyond myself and building genuine relationships with others definitely made things easier for me. Lynbrook can often be a competitive environment, but maintaining a positive attitude makes a huge difference. I would advise students to keep an open mind and move forward by taking others along with them. Share what you know and learn what you don’t from others.”
Andrew Seike, English Teacher
Andrew was named Lynbrook Teacher of the Year for 2018. He has been a part of the Lynbrook family since 1996.
"I couldn't ask for a better school to work at - the staff at Lynbrook is absolutely wonderful and supportive and my students keep me young at heart. I love seeing the joy, excitement and enthusiasm from my students when they learn something wonderful about literature."
Eric MacPherson, Class of 2018
Eric is attending San Diego State University, majoring in Marketing
“Do what makes YOU happy. Do not abide by someone else’s wishes or expectations of you. Find a path in life that makes you happy, regardless of what anyone else will say. This attitude has molded my high school experience and the many memorable moments of my academic and athletic careers. My friends and family have supported me in their unique ways for four amazing years in high school and I cannot thank them enough, they made high school a truly amazing experience. ”
John Hott, Print Center Technician
John was named Lynbrook High School Classified Employee of the Year for 2018
"I came to Lynbrook and became part of a team that developed a program to provide students in Special Education with the opportunity to learn valuable job skills that they could use after high school as they entered the workforce. I love being part of a team that supports all students."
College-going rate for graduates
Athletics teams in 20 sports
Advanced Placement (AP) courses
National Merit Scholarship semifinalists