Beginning the week of January 11th, the guidance staff will be visiting the 8th graders during their lunch periods to discuss the scheduling process and the transition to the high school. The HS staff working in conjunction with the OBMS guidance department created a presentation to help answer the multitude of questions frequently asked by both students and parents. Please click the link below to view the presentation:
High School Scheduling Presentation
The High School Course Guide contains all of the information necessary to plan your secondary educational program. It includes descriptions of all the courses offered at the High School and BOCES. It also outlines diploma requirements and the course selection process. Click the following link to view the entire high school course guide:
High School Course Guide
The high school departments have created a "Curriculum Corner". The purpose of which is to bring the course descriptions in the course guide to life. Click the following link to view the High School Curriculum Corner:
High School Curriculum Corner
Eighth grade students have the option to select electives from an extensive list of offerings. The "9th Grade Elective Selection Sheet" lists all of the elective courses available to 9th graders and can help provide focus while perusing the course descriptions. Click below for the 9th grade elective selection sheet:
9th Grade Course Selection Sheet
Click here to be redirected to the High School website to view more information regarding the scheduling process!!
On June 21, Connetquot Central School District graduated its eighth grade classes from Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School and Ronkonkoma Middle School. Each of the two schools held its own outdoor “moving up ceremony” at Connetquot High School, where the students will attend in the fall. Each ceremony featured a presentation of various achievement awards and concluded with the principals and assistant principals issuing certificates of graduation to each student individually.
Connetquot Central School District congratulates all of the middle school graduates and wishes them the best of luck in high school.