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The current school building was originally built by the Public Works Administration.Port Jefferson High School was renamed around 1960 in honor of Earl L.Vandermeulen, who served as principal from 1923 to 1960. The school's auditorium and its driveway are named forAnthony Prochilo, who served as principal from 1960 to 1984. As of 2014, the current student body size (9th - 12th grade) is closeto 400 students.

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  • The current school building was originally built by the Public Works Administration.Port Jefferson High School was renamed around 1960 in honor of Earl L.Vandermeulen, who served as principal from 1923 to 1960. The school's auditorium and its driveway are named forAnthony Prochilo, who served as principal from 1960 to 1984. As of 2014, the current student body size (9th - 12th grade) is closeto 400 students.
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  • Earl L. Vandermeulen High School
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  • The current school building was originally built by the Public Works Administration.Port Jefferson High School was renamed around 1960 in honor of Earl L.Vandermeulen, who served as principal from 1923 to 1960. The school's auditorium and its driveway are named forAnthony Prochilo, who served as principal from 1960 to 1984. As of 2014, the current student body size (9th - 12th grade) is closeto 400 students. In the past, the school served a larger student population, includingstudents from a number of other communities that did not have theirown high schools. In 1933, for example, the school wasalso accepting students from PortJefferson Station, Terryville,Belle Terre, MillerPlace, Mount Sinai,Rocky Point, WadingRiver, Shoreham,Middle Island, West Middle Island, WestYaphank, Ridge, Coram,Selden, and Stony Brook. As surrounding communities began toopen their own high schools with the spread of suburban growth intoSuffolk County, this practice subsided,and finally ended with the opening of MountSinai High School in 1991.
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