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Long Island Schools » Nassau County Schools » Great Neck School District Schools » Great Neck North High School

Compare Great Neck North High School to other nearby high schools

Students   Academics   Teachers   Ethnicity  
School Distance Total Attendance Rate Receiving Suspensions Getting Free/Reduced Lunch
Great Neck North High School - 948 97% 2.6% 7%
Village School 0.26 miles 46 90% 4.3% 0%
Manhasset High School 1.93 miles 790 96% 2.8% 3%
Great Neck South High School 3.07 miles 1165 96% 1.2% 3%
Paul D. Schreiber High School 3.64 miles 1446 94% 4.5% 5%
Herricks High School 4.73 miles 1383 96% 2.0% 1%
New Hyde Park Memorial High School 5.24 miles 1655 96% 0.8% 4%
Roslyn High School 5.26 miles 984 100% 2.9% 12%
Mineola High School 5.90 miles 785 96% 7.0% 10%
Sewanhaka High School 6.15 miles 1595 95% 13.4% 29%
School Distance English Math A Math B Earth Science Chemistry Physics
Note: Figures represent the % of students who passed regents exams
Great Neck North High School - 94% 89% 80% 90% 94% 98%
Village School 0.26 miles 100% 100% - - - -
Manhasset High School 1.93 miles 99% 97% 87% 83% 93% 85%
Great Neck South High School 3.07 miles 96% 97% 88% 94% 95% 93%
Paul D. Schreiber High School 3.64 miles 95% 95% 72% 89% 96% 96%
Herricks High School 4.73 miles 95% 96% 79% 95% 93% 93%
New Hyde Park Memorial High School 5.24 miles - - - - - -
Roslyn High School 5.26 miles 96% 97% 84% 90% 93% 88%
Mineola High School 5.90 miles 83% 92% 86% 77% 87% 58%
Sewanhaka High School 6.15 miles - - - - - -
School Distance Students Per Teacher Avg Years Teaching % First Year Teachers Masters Degree or Greater
Great Neck North High School - 10 17 1% 97%
Village School 0.26 miles 8 11 0% 100%
Manhasset High School 1.93 miles 13 20 2% 98%
Great Neck South High School 3.07 miles 11 18 0% 92%
Paul D. Schreiber High School 3.64 miles 12 18 <1% 96%
Herricks High School 4.73 miles 12 16 4% 88%
New Hyde Park Memorial High School 5.24 miles 15 13 5% 84%
Roslyn High School 5.26 miles 13 15 1% 96%
Mineola High School 5.90 miles 10 13 1% 94%
Sewanhaka High School 6.15 miles 15 13 6% 76%
School Distance Black White Hispanic Asian Other
Great Neck North High School - 2% 81% 7% 10% 0%
Village School 0.26 miles 2% 80% 7% 9% 2%
Manhasset High School 1.93 miles 6% 75% 4% 15% 0%
Great Neck South High School 3.07 miles 3% 61% 6% 30% 0%
Paul D. Schreiber High School 3.64 miles 2% 68% 15% 14% 1%
Herricks High School 4.73 miles <1% 51% 4% 44% 1%
New Hyde Park Memorial High School 5.24 miles 4% 57% 11% 29% 0%
Roslyn High School 5.26 miles 5% 82% 5% 8% 0%
Mineola High School 5.90 miles 4% 75% 15% 7% 0%
Sewanhaka High School 6.15 miles 26% 38% 21% 15% 0%

 
 
   
 
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