Lindsey Barr and Priya Dubey, freshmen in the MacArthur Science Research Program, represented MacArthur at the Long Island Brain Bee.
MacArthur High School has been keeping the S.T.E.A.M. (Science , Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) going!
MacArthur High School students, under the direction of Dr. David Friedman and Matthew Zausin, took part in the Charles Duggan Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, on February 6th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club.
Math teacher Joanna Sanford from General Douglas MacArthur High School proudly showcased her nontraditional classroom setup to a special visitor, her former fourth grade teacher, Theresa Travers, on Feb. 5.
Congratulations to Komal Wasim, a MacArthur science research senior, who was named as a semifinalist in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium competition.
The MacArthur select Chamber Ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Iris Bastone, had the pleasure of performing for elementary students and staff at Lee Road and East Broadway Elementary schools just before the holiday break.
Members of the General Douglas MacArthur High School acapella group, MacApella, along with the school's guitar ensemble and six select chamber choir students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School, entertained students at the Hagedorn Little Village School.
Throughout the month of December, the General Douglas MacArthur High School Winter Wind Ensemble continued its long-standing tradition of holiday concerts in and around the Levittown community.
Seventy-two of General Douglas MacArthur High School's top seniors were recognized for their exceptional academic accomplishments during the school's annual Generals Breakfast on Jan. 4.
Rosita Bohorquez, a junior at General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently selected as the grade 11 winner in the Shanti Fund Peace Art Calendar contest.
Top high school fall athletes from across the district were recognized by the Board of Education and administration during the Dec. 12 public meeting held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.
The auditorium of General Douglas MacArthur High School was transformed into 1890 New York City as the Generals opened the curtains to its musical production of "Hello, Dolly!"
On Wednesday, December 5th, Tammy Mayer and Nicole Savage attended the Susan G. Komen of Greater New York Thank-a-Thon.
MacArthur Science Olympiads competed in the Long Island Science Olympiad Invitational at Kellenberg High School.
MacArthur High School Research Students were invited, by Director Eric Alexander, to attend the Vision Long 2018 Island Smart Growth Summit.
This past November, MacArthur's ABC Club (athletes for a better community), run by Mr. and Mrs. Nessler, hosted its annual Operation Christmas Child project.
Science and the arts united again at MacArthur, as science research and graphic design students attended the Spark! Challenge with Mrs. Gomes-Vance, Dr. Friedman, and Mr. Zausin at Northwell's Office of the Chief Information Officer.
October 26th was a busy day for the MacArthur Science Research team, as three students contributed to their respective fields in professional settings.
General Douglas MacArthur High School students enrolled in one of the four ceramics I courses led by teacher Lynn Spinnato, put their competition faces on for the school's annual ceramic mug competition.
General Douglas MacArthur High School senior Saajid Chowdhury was honored at the Long Island Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Fall Conference last month as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award
The district is pleased to announce that Michael Gunn, head custodian at General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2018 Excelsior Award from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and the Civil Service Employees Association.
MacArthur's Art department took 78 Photography and Graphic Design Students to Central Park on a Photography Field Trip on October 19th. Students visited the Central Park Zoo and were able to take a walk to Bethesda Fountain.
MacArthur High School was busy last week with LEADD (Levittown Educates Against Destructive Decisions) and getting ready for the annual LEADD walk this past Sunday.
On Saturday, October 5th, 2018, MacArthur High School hosted its annual Pink Out football game.
MacArthur High School AP Biology students perform a Restriction Analysis Lab and a Bacterial Transformation Lab at the Dolan DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor.
Levittown High School French students visited Montreal, Canada, from October 4-6 2018.
On September 28, the Family and Consumer Sciences department of MacArthur High School welcomed Savannah Campbell from Johnson and Wales University to talk to the students in the Culinary Arts and Food Investigation classes.
MacArthur High School senior Samuel Ruiz was recently recognized by the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program for his exceptional score on the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
With a spirited crowd behind them, the Generals continued their undefeated season with a 32-28 win over the Bellmore-JFK Cougars on Sept. 29. The varsity football game capped the Homecoming festivities at MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public Schools.
Jordan Coene, a senior at General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently recognized as a 2018-2019 Award of Merit recipient for theater during the Long Island Scholar Artist Program's gala at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.
Saajid Chowdhury, a senior at General Douglas MacArthur High School has recently been recognized as one of 16,000 National Merit Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
This past summer, two science research students, Saajid Chowdhury and Kimberly Mestizo, each participated in a prestigious research program in order to build their knowledge in science and conduct scientific research in a laboratory setting.
Marching band students from General Douglas MacArthur High School lined the football field of the school at the end of August for the high school's annual "Marching Madness" program.
Anticipation and excitement filled the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex at Hofstra University on June 16 as 301 students from General Douglas MacArthur High School's Class of 2018 prepared to commemorate the next chapter of their lives.
It was an evening of well-deserved recognitions as General Douglas MacArthur High School seniors were presented with scholarships and awards for their positive contributions.
General Douglas MacArthur High School junior Saajid Chowdhury was recently honored with the Rensselaer Medal Award from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for his outstanding academic achievement in mathematics and science.
Junior Jason Barr from General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently awarded with the Computing Medal Award from the Rochester Institute of Technology for his outstanding achievement in computing.
A total of 32 seniors from both Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School made their college commitments on May 29 to play their sport of choice at the collegiate level.