Tuckahoe School 468 Magee St, Southampton, NY11968 The Tuckahoe School was built in 1938 and extensions were added on in 1958, 1988 and 1995. There are also portable…More classrooms for prekindergarten. It is the sole school in the Tuckahoe Common School District. It serves children through eighth grade. After that, parents have the option of sending their children to either Westhampton Beach High School or Southampton High School. Athletics for seventh and eighth graders are through Southampton School District, but there are also sports clubs at Tuckahoe. The current superintendent-prinicipal is Chris Dyer.
Stella Maris Regional School 135 Division St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Stella Maris is a regional Catholic school supported by five local churches, including the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary…More in Bridgehampton and St. Andrew Church in Sag Harbor. It serves children from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. It belongs to the Catholic Middle School Athletic Association.
Our Lady of The Hamptons Catholic School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Our Lady of the Hamptons is a regional Catholic school supported by St. Rosalie's in Hampton Bays and Our Lady of Poland…More and Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Southampton Village. The three parishes joined together to found Our Lady of the Hamptons in 1982. The school building was originally built in 1961. The current principal is Sister Kathryn Schlueter. Our Lady of the Hamptons also has a pre-kindergarten in Hampton Bays at St. Rosalie's.
Hayground is a nonprofit private school for children ages 4 through 11 that uses progressive teaching methods. Rather…More than report cards, parents receive narrative reports of their children's educational development.
Hayground's stated mission is "to provide an open, community school where conventional teaching methods are replaced by new ways of teaching and learning. We are committed to a program of innovation in a community of diversity, both economical and cultural."
During the summer, Hayground offers a day camp with half-day and full-day options for ages 3 through 13.
The school hosts a lecture and discussion series called The Hayground Forum, covering diverse issues. It also holds an annual Great Chefs Dinner with talented chefs and artists to benefit a scholarship fund.