St. Anthony’s Fires Coach Over Facebook Post About Girl

  A St. Anthony’s coach was fired after he referred to a 9-year-old girl as a “total animal” in a social media post. The firing was first reported by Patch. Tom Ciancuielli, assistant coach of the junior varsity football team,  posted the comment about the Read More …

Bidding Farewell to St. Anthony’s Class of 2020

St. Anthony’s High School faculty cheered and waved farewell Friday to the Class of 2020. Seniors or their parents drove through the parking lot decorated with signs and balloons, stopping long enough for faculty or staff to put their graduation caps and gowns and year Read More …

St. Anthony’s Student Earns Perfect Score on ACT

Steven Cayea knows what perfection is and what it takes to achieve it. The St. Anthony’s High School junior recently scored a perfect score of 36 on the ACT and a near-perfect 1570 of 1600 on the SAT.   The Deer Park student has an Read More …

Hometown Helpers: Kids Need More

As lifetime friends with a desire to unite their school communities through a common cause, Emily Sullivan (15, Half Hollow Hills West), Gianna Tantillo (15, Half Hollow Hills East) and Julia Johnson (15, St. Anthony’s High School), have collaborated their charitable efforts with Kids Need Read More …

Uber Driver Charged with Manslaughter in Teen’s Car-Surfing Death

An Uber driver was charged with second-degree manslaughter Monday in the death of a 15-year-old boy who fell from the roof of the driver’s vehicle while “car surfing” after a night of drinking in September. Ryan Mullen, 15, a St. Anthony’s student, died after he Read More …

Funeral Scheduled for St. Anthony’s Student

A funeral mass is scheduled Saturday for Ryan Spencer Mullen, a St. Anthony’s High School student who died Sunday. He was born  on Oct. 24, 2002. The service will be  at 9:15 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Church, 400 Main St., Huntington. Visiting hours are Friday at Read More …

St. Anthony’s Science Team to Be Recognized

Students from across the United States are in Washington, D.C., this week where they will be recognized as national winners in the 26th annual ExploraVision program, the world’s largest K-12 science competition. The winners include a team of young scientists from St. Anthony’s High School. ExploraVision is Read More …