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Holy Family Regional School offers academic excellence in a family setting for grades N-8th grade. Our teachers are NYS certified, experienced, and caring leaders who guide our students both academically and spiritually. We offer Spanish, computers, music, and a variety of extra curricular activities,clubs, and sports teams. Serving the parishes of Christ The King (Commack, NY), St. Joseph (Kings Park, NY), St. Matthew (Dix Hills, NY), and St. Thomas More (Hauppauge, NY)

Academy of Saint Joseph founded in 1856, the Academy of Saint Joseph is a private Catholic school conducted by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Brentwood, New York. Situated on a beautiful 200 acre campus, it is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and holds full membership in the New York State Association of Independent Schools and the National Catholic Educational Association.

Schools of the Diocese of Rockville Centre Offering young people a challenging, value-centered education, the eleven Long Island Catholic High Schools provide an outstanding experience combining rigorous academics, engaging extracurricular activities, and a strong foundation in faith. All located within the Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York, the high schools present a wide range of exciting choices for each family considering a Catholic high school education.

Chaminade High School is a Catholic school for young men in grades 9-12. The school is named in honor of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade (1761 – 1850), Founder of  the Society of Mary, Marianists. The school, with a student population of 1600, is staffed by Marianist Brothers and priests as well as lay men and women. Since its foundation by the Marianists in 1930, Chaminade High School has achieved a reputation for excellence in educating the Catholic young men of Long Island. Students at Chaminade study a college preparatory liberal arts curriculum in an atmosphere that emphasizes the development of Christian community and education of the heart. Chaminade’s goal is to foster the development of well-rounded, faith-filled Catholic men.

Hebrew Academy of Nassau County In 1953, Nassau County was virtually devoid of Jewish education — the lifeblood of our Jewish existence. Through the dedicated efforts of Rabbi Meyer and Goldie Fendel and a small group of individuals, the vision to establish a Hebrew day school on Long Island was conceived. These HANC “founders” — individuals with a strong desire to build an educational institution — came together in unity to offer their expertise, their skills, their funds, and their unconditional love to build the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County.

Holy Trinity High School Creating an atmosphere in which students are challenged to develop a personal relationship with God through learning, prayer and worship and to live the values of the Gospel.

Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School Serving 600 students in grades 6-12, Long Island Lutheran offers a program of academic excellence and Christian distinctiveness within the Lutheran tradition. Students come from more than 50 school districts throughout Long Island. Our school community is rich in cultural and ethnic diversity, providing challenge and enrichment for students with varying gifts and talents. With the support of a caring and nurturing faculty, LuHi students approach their studies with enthusiasm, confidence, and determination.

North Shore Hebrew Academy A yeshiva education is more than the mere transmission of information. Its overall objective is to help young people grow into adults whose character reflects our core beliefs and value system. This means, love of G-d and Torah, the observance of mitzvot (Jewish laws), and genuine compassion for others. The great sage Hillel profoundly summed up our challenge and responsibility in this area when be stated: “If I am not for myself, who is for me? And being only for my own self, what am I?”(Avot 1:14)

Our Lady of Mercy Academy Founded in 1928 as a Catholic college preparatory school for young women, Our Lady of Mercy Academy is dedicated to providing a comprehensive education that is permeated with the charism of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy.

Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School We are grateful to all who enable our school to grow and remain as a constant in the strong Catholic education of the nearly four hundred children we serve. We pray that each of our family members be enriched by their presence in this school family. Let us pray for each other as we continue on in our latest educational adventure ever grateful for the gifts we

Our Savior New American School is a Long Island based Christian school that promotes the teaching of the Word of God alongside basic academic courses for children and youths. Training and education are most successful when there is an ongoing, cooperative effort involving home, church, and school.

Saint Dominic Elementary School The philosophy of St. Dominic Elementary School is to teach the message of Jesus and to build a faith filled community of people who live Jesus’ Law of Love. We strive to make each child’s faith become living, conscious, and active. This is accomplished daily by creating a caring environment of genuine concern for each student. Our faculty teaches in a collective spirit of respect, encouragement, and support for our student body. Students are nurtured within the framework of liturgy and prayer as an integral part of our school life.

Saint Dominic High School Let it be known that the mission of St. Dominic High School is to educate young people in a community dedicated to Gospel values and Catholic teachings. Ministering to students of diverse abilities, St. Dominic High School strives to achieve wholeness through personal holiness, academic excellence, and social responsibility. The pride of this community is its celebration of a student’s growth and individuality.

Trinity Lutheran School is committed to quality education. The curriculum includes those subject area prescribed by New York State, along with the daily study of God’s Word and its application to the students’ lives.

West Sayville Christian School is an interdenominational; independent Christian School dedicated to high academic and spiritual standards. As an extension of the home and church, the school guides children in grades Kindergarten through Eight to a Christ-centered worldview and a personal relationship with God.

Yeshiva of South Shore was founded in 1956 by Rabbi Benjamin Kamenetzky under the urging of Reb Yaakov Kamenetzky. From a small group of students the Yeshiva has emerged as the largest boys Yeshiva on Long Island. The Yeshiva educates nearly 700 students on 4 distinct levels.


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