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South Woods Middle School
Pell Ln, Syosset, NY 11791

Southwoods Middle School is a secondary school, located in the heart of Syosset for students in grades 6 throughMore 8.The school has a website used to engage students with web-savvy things like Top 5 Books, and Poem of the Day, videos and the school newspaper--The South Woods Scoop online.


Thompson Middle School
Ann Dr, Syosset, NY 11791
The Harry B. Thompson Middle School philosophy recognizes that middle level students are unique individuals whoMore are facing continual emotional, physical, intellectual, and social changes throughout their emerging adolescence. Therefore, we are committed to providing programs that will foster individual growth, enhance emotional well-being, strengthen morals and values, and stimulate intellectual and social development.
West Side Elementary School
Laurel Hollow Rd, Laurel Hollow, NY 11791
West Side School is a middle school, second through sixth grade, in the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District.
Syosset Central School District
99 Pell Ln, Syosset, NY 11791

The Syosset Central School District is a K-12 district that serves all of Syosset and Woodbury. CurrentMore enrollment is 6,697 students. There are 10 schools in the District:

7 elementary schools (K-5) 2 Middle Schools (6-8) 1 High School (9-12)

Each one of our three secondary schools—H.B. Thompson Middle School, South Woods Middle School, and Syosset High School--has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a "Blue Ribbon School of Excellence."  One of our district elementary schools, Village Elementary School, has been recognized as a "No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School".

The Syosset Central School District is committed to providing an excellent education to its students that offers them every opportunity to pursue their interests and talents in all areas of academics and the arts. We are committed to enabling each and every child to reach his or her potential. Consistent with this mission, we provide enrichment activities for all elementary and middle school students, allowing all students to benefit by working with a specialist in gifted education in each school to promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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