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7668 North State Street
Lowville, NY 13367
(315) 376-9015

Photo of Mr. Brian Finn

Principal: Mr. Brian Finn

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Assistant Principal: Mr. Brian Hanselman

From the Principal . . .

Supporting Student Success:
The Commitment of Lowville Academy High School

At Lowville Academy, our commitment to student success goes beyond academic excellence. We strive to provide a well-rounded education that encompasses physical well-being and artistic expression alongside rigorous academics. Our strong emphasis on physical education and extracurricular programs, coupled with outstanding visual and performing arts opportunities, ensures that our students have a holistic educational experience.

Despite our focus on providing a supportive environment, we understand that there are times when students face challenges that go beyond the classroom. Whether it be academic struggles, emotional difficulties, or social issues, it is crucial that we offer the necessary support to help our students navigate these obstacles.

To address these needs, the Lowville Academy High School has an established Support Team that meets weekly to collaborate and strategize on how best to assist students in need. The team comprises a group of compassionate and experienced individuals including our counselors, administration, and safety officer: Ms. Mel Bush, Mrs. Mary Compo, Mrs. Andrianna Crawford, Mrs. Sarah Clemons, Mr. Brian Hanselman, Mr. Gil Monnat, Mr. Skyler Tuttle, and Ms. Elizabeth Western. Each member brings a unique perspective and expertise to the table, ensuring a comprehensive approach to supporting our students.

We believe that emotional health is as vital as academic learning in shaping well-rounded individuals who can thrive in all aspects of life.  As George Evans stated, “Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.”

We are incredibly fortunate to have such a dedicated staff who consistently prioritize the well-being and success of our students. By providing a strong support system and fostering a culture of care and understanding, we are committed to helping our students overcome challenges and thrive both academically and emotionally.

Yours in Education,

Brian E. Finn
High School Principal


Third Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to all of Lowville Academy's third quarter Merit, Honor, and High Honor Roll students! Two hundred and thirty-eight students made one of the three honor rolls.  This is the result of hard work by students, parents, and faculty alike. 


HIGH HONOR ROLL (95 – 100)

Grade 9:  Ira Blauvelt, Thomas Bleau, Lauren Crouse, Lily Gillette, Riley Gillette, Samantha Grimsey, Miriana Jantzi, Carson Kempney, Elijah Manning, Chase Morrow, Caleb Nortz, Aliya Parker, Luke Patnode, Daisy Peters, Carl Petzoldt, Xavier Roggie, Scarlett Salerno, Ella Sauter, Kairi Truax, Mason Waite, Paige Zehr.

Grade 10:  Jayden Bagley, Grace Fouse, Makensie Freeman, Brayden Gillette, Karli Gillette, Katarina Gohlert, Jasmyn Hall, Corinne Haney, Mia Hanselman, Brooke Houppert, Anthony LaPuma, Mya Lehman, Elaina Lehmann, Eli McCue, Ryan Meleshchuk, Nolan Moshier, Carver Nortz, Jenna Pate, Olivia Patnode, Samantha Reynolds, Grace Rupert, Ariyanna Ryan, Veronica Ryan, Laura Snyder, Natalie Stockman, Devin Swiernik, Joshua Weiler, Charlotte Wood, Ethan Zehr. 

Grade 11:  Isabella Bergen, Jack Beyer, Landon Brennan, Rielly Brennan, Ava Burns, Wyatt Cornell, Lis Dunckel, Henry Goss, Patrick Grimsey, Eli Gronowski, Tyler Gyore, Ethan Higby, Phoebe Jennings, Anna King, Maya Laribee, Natcharee Luekiattikul, Katherine Macaulay, Skylar Manning, Nicholas Martin, Peyton Matuszczak, James McCollum, Thomas McCue, Tai Nortz, Charlee Pike, Aidan Pominville, Jevin Ray, Rachael Reynolds, Simeon Rush, Trey Smith, Dominic Swiernik, ArianaThomas, Brian Thomas, Abrianna Turck, Jenna Weiler, Logan Yarina, Zane Zustra.

Grade 12:  Kendyl Allen, Katelynn Baker, Stephanie Beyer, Eloise Blauvelt, Kylee Burke, Anna Dening, Haydn Draper, Carli Freeman, Ella Hinman, Sean Kelly, Annabella LaPuma, Emilie Lehmann, Connor McCormick, Jerika Myers, Taylor Newton, Mikayla Nicol, Keegan O’Brien, Avery Pate, Sarah Peebles, Catherine Peer, Jack Rowsam, Kally Runner, Jakayla Spence, Brook Ward, Logan Watson, Rubi Zabielowicz.


HONOR ROLL (90 – 94)

Grade 9:  Megan Aldrich, Duncan Andrews, Esther DeGeorge, Serenity Finley, Destany Gibbs, Hayden Hulbert, Nicholas Madore, Owen Marcolini, Alyssa Millard, Cullen Miller, Kiera Moshier, Peyton Nortz, Daisy Peters, Alora Porciello, Xavier Roggie, Mason Waite, Mya Zehr.

Grade 10:  Toby Brandal, MaKayla Delles, Ian Dunckel, Grace Fouse, Shelby Gentry, Jasmyn Hall, Mackenzie Kirch, Madeline Meleshchuk, Myah Nortz, Ariyanna Ryan, Veronica Ryan, Isaiah Spence, Jensen Staie, Olivia Turner, Vanna Wagner, Aydin Waugh, Jay Zhao.

Grade 11:  Alexis Allen, Banyan Barker, Jack Beyer, Aiden Capron, Carlee Davis, Lydia DeGeorge, Faith Diddle, Nevaeh Ditlefsen, Elyzah Endy, Michael Fayle, Tyler Gyore, Andrew Ielfield, Lilly Lacey, Adyson McFaul, Zane Metzler, Haley Palmer, Wyatt Phelps, Dudley Rombough, Delaney Rose, Charles Vonwal, Logan Yarina.

Grade 12:  Kendyl Allen, Alexa Brouty, Kylee Burke, Haydn Draper, Macy Fowler, Elijah Hall, Ella Hinman, Ryder Jantzi, Lathan Kilbourn, Landon Learned, Alyvia Millard, Hannah Moshier, Garrett Phelps, Joseph Scheiner, Luke Snyder, Rorrie Stogsdill, Eric Szablewski, Rubi Zabielowicz.


MERIT ROLL (85 – 89)

 Grade 9:  Charles Baker, Stella Burke, Landon Desrosiers, Lillian Diddle, Wyatt Donnelly, Brailyn Dunn, Logan Goutermout, Mason Lyndaker, Aryn Tiffany, Cole Zubrzycki.

Grade 10:  Marcus Chang, Gavin Harper, Avery Kilburn, Tuscany Maner, Christain McGuckin, Madison Murray, William Noviscky, Elliana Panarese, Chase Robbins, Caden Tanner, Noah Virkler, Ayden Weaver.

Grade 11:  Lillian Exford, Leona Gohlert, Averie Halladay, Emily Heins, Alannah Ingersoll, Cody Kempney, Luka Lisinac, Devin Mahoney, Deken Makuch, Julia Morrow, Chase Nakano, Shayla Rowsam, Marissa Seymour, Lucas Suiter, Chloe Zehr.

Grade 12:  Hayley Cabral, Alex Farney, Samantha Freeman, Aarylin Fuller, Andrew Hulbert, Phoebe Hutchins, Lane Lovenduski, Ayden Meleshchuk, Haylee Munger, Taylor Nortz, Allison Rozanski, Taci Smith, Logan Watson, Benjamin Webert.


2024 Lowville Academy Regional Summer School

Lowville Central School will conduct a regional Summer School for area students from July 8, 2024 through August 20, 2024.  Regents Exams are scheduled to be given August 19 and 20.  Courses will be offered in two blocks of three weeks each.  Courses are only offered in the morning from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted. The course schedule is as follows:  

Six Week Course (July 8 – August 20)

  • Driver Education 

  • Class Lecture 1.5 Hours 

  • Wheel Class 1.5 Hours

  • 32 Sessions by State Law


Three Week Courses 

 Block 1 (July 8 - July 26) – Morning classes 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

  • Grade 5 & 6 Program

  • English 9

  • English 10

  • Global Studies 9

  • Economics – Afternoon class 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.

  • Participation in Government  

  • Morning Health (For students in Grades 9-12 in the 2023-2024 school year only)

  • Afternoon Health (For students in Grades 9-12 in the 2023-2024 school year only)


Block 2 (July 29 - August 16) – Morning classes 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

  • Grade 7 & 8 Program

  • Algebra NR

  • Algebra I (Regents)

  • Geometry (Regents)

  • Global Studies 10 (Regents)

  • U.S. History (Regents)

  • Earth Science (Regents) – Mandatory Lab Practical will be held on Wednesday August 14, 2024

  • Biology (Regents)

  • English 11

  • English 12


July 8   Block 1 Courses and Driver Education Begin

July 26 Local Exams for Block 1 Courses

July 29 Block 2 Courses Begin

August 14  Earth Science Lab Practical 

August 16  Local Exams for Block 2 Courses

August 19 & 20  Regents Examinations

August 20  Driver Education Course Completed


The Summer School Registration period will open on Monday June 3, 2024.  Registration packets will be available in Lowville Academy Offices or online through the LACS website under Summer School for Lowville Academy students only.  Other district students should register through their own school’s Counseling Offices.    Check the Lowville Academy Summer School website for more information.  

All students need to register by Friday June 28, 2024.  Enrollment limits in all classes apply, so timely registrations are important.  All courses require that attendance standards are met to qualify for final exams and, ultimately, for credit.  If you have any questions, please call the Lowville Academy at (315) 376-9117.  Mr. Hanselman will serve as Summer School Principal and is on hand to help parents and students register for the appropriate class, scheduling and related questions.


Registration for classes is free to all Lowville Academy students.  All non-resident students (those living outside the Lowville District) will be charged the following tuition: $100.00 per academic course and $300.00 for Driver Education only.  Payment is due at time of registration.  Please note priority for registration placement may be given to Lowville Academy students.  No refunds will be given after the first day of summer school classes unless a class is canceled due to insufficient enrollment or other extenuating circumstances.


Regents Examinations
August Regents Examinations will be held at Lowville Academy on August 19 and 20.  Lowville Academy and area students may register for the August Regents Exams by contacting the Summer School/Guidance Office by Monday, July 15.  The cost of a “walk-in” exam (students not taking a corresponding course) will be a fee of $5.00 per exam for Lowville Academy students and $25.00 per exam for non-resident students.  Payment is due at time of registration.  All students must present valid identification before their exams. The Regents Exam Schedule is as follows:

Monday, August 19 – 8:30 AM Exams
Algebra I
English Language Arts

Monday, August 19 – 12:30 PM Exams
Global History and Geography II 
Algebra II

Tuesday, August 20 – 8:30 AM Exams
United States History & Government 
Physical Setting / Chemistry
Physical Setting / Earth Science (Mandatory Lab Practical 8/14/24)

Tuesday, August 20 – 12:30 PM Exams
Living Environment/Biology


Lowville Academy will provide transportation this summer for any LACS students who can benefit from this service.  Any LACS student who meets Board of Education transportation eligibility may sign up for summer bus transportation.  To ensure you have bus transportation on the first day of class, you must contact the Summer School Office at (315) 376-9117 BEFORE Friday, June 28.  Late bus transportation requests may not be possible to schedule.


Summer School Attendance Dates
Lowville Academy Summer School will meet according to the dates listed earlier in this article for each Block.  Please note that because of the condensed time span, it is not possible to miss any days of instruction for credit-bearing coursework.  Families need to schedule vacations accordingly.  It will not be possible to meet every student's academic needs in this short Block format unless the student is present each day



The June 2024 exam schedule is printed below.  The end of the year schedule of High School local and Regents exams shows the date and time for each subject.  Final exams for any course not listed below will be administered during regular class time before June 13, 2024.

High School classes will conclude on Thursday, June 13, 2024 at 3:10 p.m.  The Regents testing period begins on Friday, June 14 and will conclude on Tuesday, June 25, 2024.  



TUESDAY, JUNE 4 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: Algebra I

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: English Language Arts

MONDAY, JUNE 17 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: (None)

School Exams: English 10, Introduction to Calculus 

TUESDAY JUNE 18 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: U.S. History & Government

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 – 8:30 A.M.

No Exams: Juneteenth Holiday 

THURSDAY, JUNE 20 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: Physical Setting / Earth Science

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: Geometry

MONDAY, JUNE 24 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: Algebra II

TUESDAY, JUNE 25 - 8:30 A.M.

Regents Exams: Physical Setting / Physics






TUESDAY, JUNE 4 - 12:00 PM

Regents Exams: (None)

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: Living Environment / Biology

MONDAY, JUNE 17 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: (None)

TUESDAY, JUNE 18 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: Global History & Geography II

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 – 12:00 P.M.

No Exams: Juneteenth Holiday 

THURSDAY, JUNE 20 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: Physical Setting / Chemistry

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: (None)

MONDAY, JUNE 24 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: (None)

TUESDAY, JUNE 25 - 12:00 P.M.

Regents Exams: (None)