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

Village School

District: Great Neck School District
Address: 614 Middle Neck Road
Great Neck, Ny 11023
Phone: (516) 773-1704
Grades: (grades 09 - 12)
Students: 46
Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Average Rating:
Village School

Welcome to the Village School where the road to success doesn't just go to north and south. The village school is an alternative high school located on Middle Neck Road in Great Neck. It is a college preparatory public high school dedicated to encouraging academic success through a non-traditional, innovative curriculum. It is our task to maximize the potential of every student and instill a passion for learning. The village School prides itself on encouraging responsible independent thinking, recognizing diversity, and respecting the individual needs of every student.
Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Great Neck Library     Great Neck     0.72 miles  
  Manhasset Public Library     Manhasset     2.23 miles  
  Port Washington Public Library     Port Washington     2.86 miles  
  Bryant Library     Roslyn     4.60 miles  
  Hillside Public Library Of New Hyde Park     New Hyde Park     4.72 miles  

Village School School Reviews
2 total

Date posted: September 15, 2008
Posted by: former student
Review: I am a former student of the Village School, I graduated in 2002. Before attending this school i was a student at North High School. And if it wasnt for the switch to this school i would have never made it. The Teachers, The students everything about the school makes it a place where you actually want to go and learn. Whereas at North it was more a chore to attend class. At north not only do the students look down on if your not like them, if you dont have the same money as they do..the teachers do also. The Village School is a place where you can learn at your own pace, make your own schedule to learn what you want, and not what you dont. And to whoever made the first comment, Your not forced to take resource room, if you need it because you dont do your work, or didnt do your work at a former school then they make you take it. I would recommend anyone to attend this school if they arent in school that takes care of them.

Date posted: November 16, 2007
Posted by: former student
Review: Honestly, this school is horrible to students with special needs. They force them to only take resource room and nothing else! It says on their website that it is for students who had difficulty in a larger classroom setting. There is only one special education teacher and the rest is all general education teachers. You would think that if this school were catered to students who had difficulty in a larger classroom setting that every teacher would be qualified in special education. I do not like this school. I do not like how this school takes advantage of special needs students. It's not right and I think that they should change.
-- Student Info --
White, non-Hispanic: 80%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 9%
Hispanic: 7%
American Indian: 2%
Black, non-Hispanic: 2%
Attendance rate: 91%
Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program: 0%
IEP students: 57%
Migrant students: 0%
Limited English proficient: 0%
Student Suspensions / Year: 2
-- Staff Info --
School Head Principal: Stephen Goldberg
Full Time Principals: 1
Full Time Teachers: 6
Average years teaching total: 11
Average years teaching in district: 24
First-year teachers: 0%
Bachelor's degree: 0%
Master's degree: 100%
Doctorate degree: 0%
Students per teacher: 8
Student Academic Scores and Performance

Performance measurement: % passing
New York State Regents Exams
Subject Year Performance
English 2006
English 2005
English 2004
English 2003
Living Environment 2005
Living Environment 2004
Mathematics A 2006
Mathematics A 2005
Mathematics A 2004
Mathematics A 2003
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