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Sanford H. Calhoun High School

1786 State St
Merrick, NY 11566
 
   
Principal:
Ms. Nicole Hollings

  Assistant Principals:
  Mr. Anthony DeMartinis
  Mr. Michael Hughes
  Mr. Mark Melkonian

   
 Attendance: 992-1312, 1353, 1354
 Guidance: 992-1319
 Main Office:
992-1300





Important Information 


Calhoun Music Boosters

Calhoun Music Boosters Double Sided Car Flag Sale! Perfect addition to your Senior lawn sign, your car, your garden....show your Calhoun Music Pride anywhere!

Front displays the Calhoun Music logo - there are 3 options for the back of the flag! Flags are $20 each and will be ready for pickup soon at SpiritWear By Stitch This Print That Inc., 1921 BELLMORE AVE. Online store closes 4/4 Click here to purchase.

The Calhoun PTSA is now selling the senior lawn signs! Please fill out the attached and mail to Helene Berberich along with your payment. Orders are due by March 31st. Thank you. Lawn Signs


AP Exam Schedule 2021


BOCES Bus Schedule


Class of 2022 Yearbook Portraits


Important Picture Dates for Current Juniors and Seniors


Live Virtual Webinar Presentation (recorded)

Live Virtual Webinar Business Presentation (recorded)

Live Virtual Webinar Cosmetology Presentation (recorded)


Business and Cosmetology Program Presentations

Bellmore-Merrick Business
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Bellmore-Merrick Cosmetology
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Instructions on how to download Attestation Clause onto mobile device


Calhoun Athletics Spring Intramural Schedule


Advanced Placement Exam Payment Instructions


Bell Schedule


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SAT/ACT Testing Site Building Policies - COVID-19  


College Admissions Information for Juniors and Seniors

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Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic Presentation 

Current News

Calhoun’s Samantha Horowitz Documents Mom’s Health Journey

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Calhoun High School junior Samantha Horowitz and her mother, Tara Notrica, have worked tirelessly the last three years to document and share Notrica’s journey as a two-time stem cell and bone marrow transplant recipient.
“Our goal is to provide messages of hope, courage, strength, perseverance and fortitude to others who may be going through their own personal struggles,” explained Notrica.

As a result, they had the opportunity to turn their story — along with a production team — into a documentary, “Second Chance.” The documentary has been entered into the film festival circuit and won multiple awards. It has been selected to screen in festivals worldwide.

“We won for ‘Best Family Original Song and Composition’ in the Garden State Film Festival for ‘Second Chance’ Original Song co-written and recorded by me,” explained Horowitz.

A remote learner this school year, Horowitz has been singing since age 4, eventually taking formal lessons and collaborating with songwriters and producers. Her mother assisted with songwriting and now the duo has created 11 songs.

“Neither one of us had any songwriting experience until we decided to write an original song with her vocal coach, Calhoun alum Robbie Rosen from ‘American Idol, based upon a mother and a daughter switching roles whereby a daughter helps to care for her sick mom,” Notrica said.

Their first song, “Brave the Storm” is featured in the documentary.
“We say, ‘music has healing powers,’” explained Horowitz.

Notrica is nearly three years post bone marrow transplant now and after facing various complications, she is recuperating at home under medical care.
Information about the documentary can be viewed here, https://www.4thcoastproductions.com/secondchancedocumentary.

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