About Orchard Park High School
Principal and DASA Coordinator: Mr. Brandon Pafk
Main Office Phone: 209-6242
House I Principal: Mr. Brandon Hafner
House I Phone: 209-6213
House I Counselors:
Mrs. Jennifer Stahl ..... 209-6257
Mr. Michael Behm ..... 209-6256
House I Social Worker:
Mrs. Amy Klube ..... 209-6202
House II Principal: Mr. William Lynch
House II Phone: 209-6223
House II Counselors:
Dr. Annemarie Cervoni ..... 209-6266
Mr. Aaron Bove ..... 209-6265
House II Social Worker:
Ms. Amanda Mohler..... 209-6218
House III Principal: Mr. Daniel Reiford
House III Phone: 209-6313
House III Counselors:
Mrs. Charity Burlingame... 209-6271
Mrs. Amy See ..... 209-6272
House III Social Worker:
Mr. Charles Kron ..... 209-6240
Attendance: Mrs. Debbie Hollis
Attendance Office Phone: 209-6270
Nurse: Mrs. Michelle Lucidi, RN
Health Office Phone: 209-6296
Orchard Park High School serves approximately 1500 students in grades 9-12. The school, led by the high school principal, is organized into three houses or units of approximately 500 students in grades 9-12. Each unit is headed by a house principal with two counselors, one secretary, and approximately 43 teachers. The students within each house are assigned to a core of grade level homerooms. In turn, each homeroom is assigned one of the guidance counselors located in the house office. Homerooms are kept intact throughout the student's high school career. This aspect of the house plan affords the student and family a common and continuous contact with the school through the house principal, guidance counselor, and the homeroom teacher. Students are assigned to the same counselor for all four years.
House I consists of the Art, Business, Music, Special Education, and Physical Education/Health departments.
House II consists of the Earth Science, Mathematics and Social Studies departments.
House III consists of the Biology, Chemistry, English, Physics, Foreign Language, and Technology departments.
Orchard Park High School's program of studies is comprehensive in nature with extensive education facilities available to serve those programs. The academic courses cover a wide variety of offerings in advanced placement, college preparatory, preparatory courses for two year and technical schools as well as small group remediation as needed. Our occupational programs are enhanced by a wide variety of one- and two-year courses at separate occupational centers serving juniors and seniors.
During the school year, Orchard Park is visited by representatives from nearly 100 colleges and universities.
22 Units of Credit are required for graduation. The following must be included:
4 Units of English
3 Units of Mathematics
1/2 Unit of Health4 Units of Social Studies
3 Units of Science
2 Units of Physical Education
1 Unit of Art and/or Music
1/2 Unit of Computer Science or Personal Finance (based on cohort)
1 Unit of a Second Language
3 Units of Elective Credits
An Advanced Regents Diploma is also available to students who complete additional requirements.
Mr. Brandon Pafk
Orchard Park High School Principal
Mr. Brandon Hafner
House I Principal
Mr. William Lynch
House II Principal
Mr. Daniel Reiford
House III Principal