News & Events


List of 33 news stories.

  • Stanford GSB gave Jenny Eu, MBA ’03, fresh input for the entrepreneurial plans inspired by her family. Connecting with an alumnus for a class project led to a gig at a small business in the food industry. The result of all these influences: Three Trees. | Erika Cole

    Jenny Eu, '94: The Story Behind Her Startup Is a Family Affair

    She put together her father’s example, her grandmother’s teachings on plants, and her own experiences to launch a plant-based food company.
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  • The admissions decisions for the Class of 2018 are in!

    This year’s senior class has worked hard and achieved the strongest college results in many years. They have had the highest percentage accepted to what we call “ultra” schools in the last 6 years. 
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  • Ask These Questions Before Starting The College Search

    “What are the things that aren't negotiable for you, as you're beginning your college search?” —Christine Loo, director of college counseling at The Stony Brook School in Stony Brook, NY
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  • Felix Named League MVP

    On Tuesday evening at the girls’ basketball coaches meeting, Beth Felix was named the Co-MVP of League VII, along with Mattituck’s Liz Dwyer.
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  • Helen Figge Moss Memorial Exhibition.

    The Visual Arts Department of The Stony Brook School invites you to attend the Helen Figge Moss Memorial Exhibition. 

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  • Team from Stony Brook School Wins Ethics Bowl

    A team from The Stony Brook School took first place in the 9th Annual Long Island High School Ethics Bowl, sponsored by Hofstra University and The Squire Family Foundation. Twenty-four teams from 14 high schools in Nassau and Suffolk counties participated in the February 3 competition at Hofstra, which encourages and promotes ethical awareness, critical thinking skills, civil discourse, civic engagement, and an appreciation for diverse points of view.
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  • Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor!

    Don’t miss your chance to see Into the Woods
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  • Congratulations to Fall 2017 Head of School Honor Roll Students!

    Head of School Honor Roll is an academic distinction reserved for students who have at least a 4.0 GPA in a particular marking period.
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  • Lift Honors the 17th Volunteer Spotlight Award Recipient: Elisabeth Felix

    On Wednesday, December 27th in the lobby of the YMCA on Haynes Street, LIFT Johnstown honored its 17th Volunteer Spotlight Award recipient in a surprise presentation. Elisabeth Felix has served in numerous capacities and for various organizations as a fundraiser and a volunteer in Johnstown. She was nominated by the President, Board of Directors and Camp Director of The Cambria County Camp Cadet program for her leadership skills, work ethic, mentoring and fundraising efforts on behalf of the Camp. LIFT also received an impressive nomination for Felix from Rev. Ray Streets for her efforts at her church and her community service.
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  • A Vision Realized: How one multifaceted Stony Brook alumnus lives and leads with vision.

    What do a physician, a competitive swimmer, and a scuba diver have in common?  In a word, Casey O’Donnell ’94. 
    Whether at the clinic, in the pool, or fathoms below the surface, this Stony Brook alumnus has, in his every endeavor, exhibited a consistent ability to see beyond his current circumstances to the potential of what could be. With eyes fixed on a vision, Casey has stood out as a leader in his career, on his team, and in his community. 
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  • A Sweet Endeavor: Taking the Chocolate Business Back to its Roots

    Priscilla '05 and Kimberly '08 Addison, two sisters from Ghana, were living in Geneva, Switzerland, enjoying some of the world’s finest chocolate, when an idea struck them. At first, it was only an observation: Swiss chocolate, for all its fame and glory, was made up of mostly imported ingredients, the cocoa bean from Ghana listed prominently among them. It didn’t take long for the question to finally be asked, why should Ghana export raw resources only to import a product that could be manufactured locally? Business plans and talk of relocation quickly flooded the sisters’ conversation, and in the distance, from far across the Alps, adventure was beckoning them homeward to Ghana. 
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  • Teach Yourself to be Excellent

    An excerpt from the 2017 Senior Luncheon keynote address delivered by Chantel George ’09 to the Class of 2017
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  • Thirteen Years & Six Months: It was the first class of my first day at the Stony Brook School.

    My struggle with innovation began 13 years and six months ago in Gaebelein Hall. It was the first class of my first day at the Stony Brook School. By some gross error, I was in Mrs. Linzee’s ninth-grade Honors English class. 
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  • Jyles Etienne Featured in Sports Illustrated

    Jyles Etienne added to his remarkable legacy by becoming the first Stony Brook athlete to be featured in Sports Illustrated. Several Stony Brook alumni have graced the pages of the esteemed publication during their collegiate career, including Robin Lingle ’60, but no Brooker had earned inclusion during their high school career.
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  • 8th Annual Jeff Adams Softball Tournament

    Dan Hickey
    An annual softball tournament in honor of former faculty member Jeff Adams who lost his battle with cancer in 2005.  Saturday, June 17 from 12-3 p.m.
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  • Stony Brook School Prom 2017

    Students from the Stony Brook School had their senior prom on Thursday, May 25, 2017. A total of 106 students and 69 seniors attended this year's prom, which was held in Bayville and the Bowlmor Lanes in Melville.
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  • Pier and DiRuggiero to Speak at The Stony Brook School Graduation

    Founder and CEO of The New York Leadership Center, Dr. Mac Pier, and certified dermatology PA, Douglas DiRuggiero address the Class of 2017.
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  • The Stony Brook School holds 95th Commencement Ceremony

    Valedictorian Kay Chen and Salutatorian Joy-Louise Gape speak at The Stony Brook School Class of 2017 graduation.
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  • Stony Brook High School students walk a mile in another's shoes

    On Wednesday, May 17, 2017, Stony Brook High School students carried buckets of water for a mile as they tried to understand the hardships of those in Cambodia, who must carry buckets of water for their families for miles out of sheer necessity.
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  • LI teens raise $280G for water filters, schools in Cambodia

    Sisters Emmy and Rae Specht came home to Bellport from a family trip to Cambodia determined to help address the Southeast Asian country’s rural poverty and lack of safe drinking water.
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  • Priscilla Addison ’05 and Kimberly Addison ’08 Created the Only Luxury Chocolate Brand Made in Africa

    Although West African countries produce over seventy percent of world’s cocoa, I’ll bet you can’t name one African chocolate brand. Why? Because most of the Continent’s cocoa is exported to foreign countries that produce their own brands.
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  • The World's 10 Top CEOs (They Lead in a Totally Unique Way)

    Brittany Merrill Underwood ’02 (No.5), founder and CEO of Akola Jewelry Underwood is a clear example of a servant leader practicing conscious capitalism to transform the lives of impoverished women and families. Through her nonprofit social business, Akola's jewelry line is the first Full-Impact Brand to be sold in the luxury space through their national launch in Neiman Marcus. 
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  • The Extraordinary Life and Work of Dudley Woodberry '51

    In 2014, an American evangelical missionary walked into the Foreign Ministry buildings in Tehran, at the invitation of the Iranian Foreign Minister, to facilitate understanding between those countries at the beginning of nuclear negotiations. 
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  • Brittany (center) stands with Neiman Marcus CEO Karen Katz and Akola women at Neiman Marcus launch party.

    A Profession in Faith: Brittany Merrill Underwood ’02

    Dorothy Sayers once articulated that “work is not primarily a thing one does to live, but the thing one lives to do.” Brittany Merrill Underwood ’02 wholeheartedly embraces this vocational concept as founder and president of Akola Jewelry, a non-profit jewelry brand designed to help impoverished women achieve sustainable economic development. For Brittany, vocation denotes both a professional and spiritual journey, an unpredictable process of learning and growing communally in faith and in service. “I wouldn’t have been able to see it initially,” she says, “but through my work, God showed me who He created me to be, and that’s so much more than just surviving and going through life.” 
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  • Hickey: Being AD at Stony Brook School is Dream Job

    I was only two-years-old the first time I stepped onto a basketball court. I left my perch in the bleachers and strode across the sideline in a determined pursuit for the ball. Unfortunately, it was the middle of a Stony Brook School basketball game. Read more
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  • Emil Vaughn’s ‘D’, Mac Bohuny’s offense give Stony Brook ‘C’ title

    “He’s the engine that makes them go,” Stony Brook coach Mike Hickey said. So he took his best defensive player, 5-9 junior guard Emil Vaughn, out of the garage and assigned him to guard Anderson. Read more
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  • Memories are Made of This: Dream, Disappointment, Deliverance

    I’m aware that, over the six decades since I first arrived at The Stony Brook School, faulty versions of my athletic exploits have seeped into the lore of The Brook. This is an attempt to amend the fiction with truth from 60 years ago, then 20 years, then today. 
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  • Memories are Made of This: The Stony Brook Assembly

    Six decades ago, the Stony Brook Assembly was in decline. So what? For most readers of these nostalgic narratives, that foregoing sentence has little meaning or relevance to their connection with The Stony Brook School. 
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  • Memories are Made of This: Meeting FEG

    I thank Dan Hickey for the invitation to explore my memory bank and recall from six decades ago anecdotes about athletes and coaches at The Stony Brook School. Here’s a logical sequel to the first story about the Poly Prep coach who, in 1951, gave me my first pair of track spikes.
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  • Actress Sarah Drew '98 Delivers Valedictory Address, Urges Graduates to Live in the Present

    University of Virginia
    From the steps of Old Cabell Hall, acclaimed actress Sarah Drew looked on as thousands of soon-to-be University of Virginia alumni sat earnestly amongst the backdrop of the renovated Rotunda, anticipating her words of wisdom.
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  • Memories are Made of This: How It All Began

    I’ve been asked to reminisce in writing from time to time about athletes I’ve cheered or coached over more than three decades at The Stony Brook School, starting in the fall of 1957. But my memories actually begin more than six years earlier, in the spring of 1951—65 years ago.
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  • NY state expands funding for non-public schools

    Leaders of independent, Catholic and Jewish schools reacted with elation to expanded funding for nonpublic schools for the 2016-17 academic year included in the just-passed state budget.

    “Not only does this funding help thousands of kids whose schools like ours face funding challenges, it also should be seen as a step toward breaking down the walls that have prevented public, private and parochial schools from working together to help all of our kids,” Joshua Crane, head of school at The Stony Brook School, said Friday.
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  • Chester Kayonga lifts Stony Brook School to Class C title

    Growing up in the East African country of Rwanda, Chester Kayonga’s favorite NBA player was Kobe Bryant. But Kayonga, a 6-4 senior, didn’t begin playing basketball until he was a ninth grader.

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