Lauren Profeta. (Photo: Answer the Call)Sheepshead Bay native Lauren Profeta understands the daily perils faced by New York City’s first responders. Two of her three brothers are firefighters. The other is a police captain. Profeta was promoted this week to Director of Development for Answer the Call – The
Kudos to the kids from the New Visions Charter School for Advanced Math & Science III, one of the publicly-funded charter schools that moved into the Sheepshead Bay High School campus (3000 Avenue X) last fall. These kids took to the streets around the school last week, cleaning sidewalks and removing
Andre Civil (Source: ScarletKnights.com)Way, way back in the halycon days of May 2008, when Sheepshead Bites had just launched, the fourth story ever published on this site was about the recruitment of Sheepshead Bay High School (3000 Avenue X) football’s defensive end Andre Civil to Rutgers University
Sheepshead Student Jihad Teeba (center) (Photo courtesy of Brian Scios)A Sheepshead Bay High School (3000 Avenue X) took home top honors at the 18th annual Quality of Life INNOVATIONS (QLI) Awards Ceremony. The QLI program, which invites students to tackle and attempt to solve real world problems, honored Jihad
William E. Grady High School (25 Brighton 4th Road) students and alumni gathered on the sidewalk between the school and Shore Parkway Wednesday to rally against the school’s impending closure – and they put the blame for their recent hardships on Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Hundreds of cars coming off the
Coach John Padula and members of Sheepshead Bay High School's track team proudly display their First Place trophy for beating 800 teams and coming in first at the Bishop Loughlin Games this month. (Photo: Michèle De Meglio)Sheepshead Bay High School is under fire [/tag/sheepshead-bay-high-school/] for what the city
Courtesy of WikipediaWe haven’t been able to confirm it, but GerritsenBeach.net [http://www.gerritsenbeach.net/2010/01/31/sheepshead-bay-high-school-going-to-close/] is reporting that Sheepshead Bay High School, John Dewey High School, William E. Grady High School, and FDR High School are set to close by the end of 2010.