Hauppauge High School educates students in grades 9-12. Principal Christine O'Connor oversees the students and their…More work, with the school's annual graduating class at approximately 400 students. It offers a wide array of academic courses, extracurricular clubs, athletic programs and volunteer opportunities to its students.
In 2010, 94 percent of its students graduated with New York State Regents diplomas or Regents Diplomas with Advanced Designation. Approximately 96 percent of its 2010 graduates moved on to enroll in higher education.
Bretton Woods Elementary school provides an education for students in grades kindergarten - fifth, under the…More direction of Principal Matt Giordano. The school's mission is to develop students to their fullest potential within a safe, nuturing environment. Bretton Woods has its own library media center to encourage reading and academic research.
Enrichment activities offered include second language classes, band, orchestra, chorus, student government organizations, in addition to before and after school activities that vary on a yearly basis.
Forest Brook Elementary School is attended by approximately 500 students in grades kindergarten - 5th grade.…More Principal Christopher Michael goal is to encourage students to become independent thinkers and learners who examine the world around them.
The school's curriculum is based around the Forest Brook Kids of Character Program that teaches six pillars of character education: trustworthiness, respect, responsbility, fairness, caring and citizenship.