Northport Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Northport-East Northport School District, along with East…More Northport Middle School. The principal is Tim Hoss and the assistant principal is Chelsea Brown, herself a graduate of Northport High School. The school houses students in grade six through eight.
The school, built in the open-campus style, opened in January 1956 as Northport High School.
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Norwood Avenue Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Northport-East Northport School District.…More Students who live in Eaton's Neck, Asharoken, Crab Meadow and parts of Northport Village attend the school. Students go on to Northport Middle School and Northport High School.
The school was constructed in 1958 and an addition was built in 1969.
Bellerose Avenue Elementary School 253 Bellerose Ave, East Northport, NY11731 Bellerose Avenue, opened in 1966, is one of six elementary schools within the Northport-East Northport School District.…More Students in grades K - 5 attend this school and the district has a half-day kindergarten program. Most of the students who attend this school move on to East Northport Middle School but a small portion does attend Northport Middle School.
Pulaski Road Elementary School 623 8th Ave, East Northport, NY11731 Serving the community since 1962, Pulaski Road Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Northport-East…More Northport School District. Students who attend Pulaski go on to attend East Northport Middle School and Northport High School.
The Northport-East Northport Union Free School District is a public school system consisting of six elementary…More schools, two middle schools and a high school located in Northport and East Northport on the North Shore of Long Island in Western Suffolk County. It is SD#4 in real-estate advertisements.
The district serves the communities of Northport, Eatons Neck, Asharoken and much of East Northport, all located in the Town of Huntington.
The official 2010-2011 district calendar is attached to this listing inPDF form.
Students K-5 will either attend Bellerose Avenue, Dickinson Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Nortwood Avenue, Ocean Avenue or Pulaski Road elementary schools, depending on where they live. Students from Dickinson, Norwood and Ocean elementary schools attend Northport Middle School for grades 6 - 8. Students from Pulaski Road School and Fifth Avenue Elementary attend East Northport Middle School for grades 6 - 8. Half of the Bellerose population goes to Northport, and the other half goes to East Northport. All students in the district attend Northport High School.
Northport High School is the only high school in the nation, public or private, to offer its students the International Baccalaureate program, two National Academy programs, Project Lead the Way and over 20 Advanced Placement courses.
The district's administration building is named for Dr. William J. Brosnan, former superintendent of schools for many years, who retired in 2006.
Fifth Avenue Elementary School 1157 5th Ave, East Northport, NY11731 Fifth Avenue is one of six elementary schools within the Northport-East Northport Union Free School District. It houses…More students in grades kindergarten through fifth, including two sessions of half-day kindergarten.
Its students go on to attend East Northport Middle School, also located on Fifth Avenue. It was built in 1958 and an addition was built just four years later, in 1962.
East Northport Middle School is fed by students in grades six through eight that come from several elementary schools…More of the Northport-East Northport School District including Fifth Avenue Elementary, Pulaski Road School and Bellerose Elementary.
Sixth graders are taught by a team of teachers to initiate them in to the process of changing rooms for classes.
The school has three guidance counselors who advise students divided by the first letter of their last name. The school also has one psychologist.
In addition to traditional academics, students learn computer science, home economics, art and physical education among other topics.