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.
Southampton High School 141 Narrow Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton High School is the sole high school of the Southampton School District. Tuckahoe School District also sends…More most of its 9th through 12th graders to Southampton High School. The school provides English as a second language, a school psychologist and guidance counselors. There is also a robust athletic department. The sports teams are known as The Mariners. The principal is Timothy W. Mundell, Ed.D.
Alternatives for Children 168 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Alternatives for Children is a non-profit pre-kindergarten school for special needs children. South Fork School…More Districts pay for special needs students to attend Alternatives for Children, where their education needs, such as speech therapy, are addressed. The school rents classroom space from Sacred Hearts Roman Catholic Church, but it is not affiliated with a religion. Southampton is one of Alternatives for Children's four sites, the others being Setauket, Melville and Aquebogue.
Southampton Union Free School District 70 Leland Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Located on the grounds of Southampton Intermediate School, the district office includes the superintendent's office,…More grounds and maintenance, payroll, personnel and the business office. The district includes an elementary school, the intermediate school, a high school and pre-kindergarten. The current superintendent of schools is Dr. J. Richard Boyes, Ed.D.
Bridgehampton School 2685 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY11932 The Bridgehampton Union Free School District serves children from 3-year-old pre-kindergarten through 12th grade at its…More school on Montauk Highway. The school features an "edible garden," and its fresh vegetables are served in the school cafeteria. Because the school has just 170 students, most of its sports teams are shared with East Hampton High School and/or Pierson High School in Sag Harbor. However, Bridgehampton does have a very competitive boys basketball team, The Killer Bees, which has won several state championships. Out-of-district students are accepted for a tuition fee. The superintendent is Dr. Lois Favre and the principal is John Pryor.
The Children's School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Located at The Southampton United Methodist Church, The Children's School has a play group, nursery school and…More pre-kindergarten. The founder and director is Kathy Bishop, wife of U.S. Congressman Tim Bishop. The school was originally located on the Southampton College campus, where Congressman Bishop was provost, but it moved to the church in 2010. Though it rents space from the church, it is not a religious preschool. A one-on-one aide for special needs students is provided by local school districts.
Pierson High School shares a building with the Sag Harbor School District's middle school. It has an active PTSA and…More a close relationship with Bay Street Theatre for after-school performing arts programs and internships. Pierson also offers English as a second language, or ESL. To graduate, students are required to complete hours of community service. Because Pierson is a small school, its athletes participate in sports teams that are also made up of Bridgehampton High School and East Hampton High School students.</p>
<p>The principal is George Nichols, and Gary Kalish is the assistant principal.</p>
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.
The Sagaponack School is the sole school in the Sagaponack School District. It serves children from first through…More fourth grade. Kindergarten students are tuitioned to East Hampton School District. For grades five through 12, parents have the option of having the district tuition their children to either East Hampton or the Sag Harbor School District.</p>
<p>The superintendent is Lee Ellwood and the head teacher is Diana McGinniss. School board meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm.</p>
Southampton Elementary School 30 Pine St, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Elementary School had a major renovation in 2009 that also included an extension, which gave the school more…More classrooms and its first elevator. The extra space also allowed the prekindergarten to move from rented space at the First Presbyterian Church of Southampton to the elementary school building. The building was originally Southampton High School, and the old elementary school is now Southampton Town Hall next door. The elementary school has a dual language program in which children, starting in kindergarten, learn all of their subjects in both English and Spanish, on alternate days. By the time they reach middle school, students are nearly fluent in both languages.
Sag Harbor Elementary is the Sag Harbor Union Free School District's primary school, serving kindergarten through…More fifth grade. The district serves the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven, as well as parts of Noyac and Bridgehampton. The entire school population meets each morning for a 20-minute program in the gymnasium that includes songs and presentations on that school year's themes.</p>
<p>The elementary school has an active PTA, a school psychologist, guidance counselor, reading teacher, speech pathologist, special education teachers and a social worker. There is also an English as a Second Language, or ESL, staff. The principal is Matthew Malone.</p>
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.
Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage 136 Old Mill Rd, Water Mill, NY11976 The Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage is the bus depot for the Southampton School District, serving the elementary,…More intermediate and high school.
Pierson Middle School shares a building with the Sag Harbor School District's high school. It has an active PTSA…More and a close relationship with Bay Street Theatre for after-school performing arts programs and internships. Pierson also offers English as a second language, or ESL. Because it is a small school, the Pierson athletes participate in sports teams that are also made up of Bridgehampton and East Hampton students.</p>
<p>The principal is George Nichols, and Barbara Bekermus is the assistant principal.</p>
Southampton Montessori School 135 Saint Andrews Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Montessori School is located on four acres in Shinnecock Hills. It offers both morning and afternoon…More sessions and an extended-day session for kindergarteners. Classes are held in mixed-age groups, between three and six years old. Parents wishing to enroll their children at Southampton Montessori should call to arrange a visit and observe a class in session. Montessori is a three-year curriculum, so preference is given to children who enter school before they turn four years old.
Ross Lower School 739 Butter Ln, Bridgehampton, NY11932 Ross Lower School is a private elementary school in an agricultural region of Bridgehampton serving students from…More pre-nursery through fourth grade. It has gardens, playgrounds, trails, a farm and an art studio called the Atelier. The Ross Upper School, for grades five through 12, is in East Hampton. The motto of the school is "Know Thyself in Order to Serve," and students are involved in service projects, both locally and globally. Students help with local beach clean-ups, glean fresh produce at local farms and give the food to local food pantries and donate gently used children's costumes to The Retreat for Halloween. The school also holds both a food drive and coat drive for Human Resources of the Hamptons. Ross has a full-time certified learning specialist and a reading specialist.
Southampton Intermediate School 70 Leland Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Intermediate School includes grades 5 through 8. Students in seventh and eighth grade may take high…More school-level courses in math, earth science and Spanish. The sports team is the Mariners. Annual school field trips include outings to the Parrish Art Museum, Scallop Pond, Hoyt Farm, Blydenburg Park, the Marine Science Field Study Outdoor Learning Lab with the Group for the East End. There is an active Parent-Teacher Organization. The principal is Tim Frazier.
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.</p>
<p>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."</p>
<p>During the summer, Hayground offers a day camp with half-day and full-day options for ages 3 through 13.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Bridgehampton Head Start 551 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpke, Bridgehampton, NY11932 Bridgehampton Head Start is a non-profit organization which offers pre-school and early education services to students…More between the ages of three and five. Head Start provides students early childhood development, disability, nutrition and mental health services and encourages parent involvement in order for children to receive unique learning experiences. For registration information, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the web address provided.
MSPP: Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology 1 Wells Ave, Newton, MA02459 The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology is a school and institution for clinical care and study. In…More addition to its educational program for students, it offers free community programs for young families and direct services (totalling more than 180,000 hours) for the underprivileged, including a Latino Mental Health Training Program, the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development and Spanish immersion programs.
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 239 Montauk Hwy, Southampton, NY11968 Students at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences research and explore solutions to local and global problems of…More marine and terrestrial life as well as atmospheric environments. Because of the school's location, students have the opportunity to personally navigate and study differing habitats, whether the open ocean or the metropolitan area.
Our Sons And Daughters School 11 Carroll St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Our Sons and Daughters is an early childhood education facility. It offers half- and full-day sessions for kids and…More Saturday parent-child programs. It follows the Waldorf principles for education and development. Children also enjoy creative play, circle time, snacks and puppet shows.