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Vincent Smith School
322 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY 11050

Vincent Smith School is Long Island's premier school addressing the needs of learning disabled students and reluctantMore learners in grades 4 through 12.

The school teaches through differentiated instruction and has small supportive classes where students can experience academic success, emotional growth and social acceptance. Approximately 85 percent of its graduates go on to college.

Vincent Smith School takes pride in being a place where it's okay to learn differently. The school is chartered by the New York State Board of Regents as an independent, non-profit institution and is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools. The Vincent Smith School is open to all without regard to race, creed, or national origin.

Carrie Palmer Weber Middle School
52 Campus Dr, Port Washington, NY 11050
Carrie Palmer Weber Middle School is the only middle school in the Port Washington Union Free School District. TheMore school's mission is to create a partnership that achieves academic excellence and demonstrates a commitment to social action. Parents, staff, and students share the responsibility of creating a respectful and nurturing environment that promotes individuality and celebrates diversity. The middle school also has a plethora of extracurricular activities including 28 student clubs and 40 sports teams.
John Philip Sousa Elementary School
101 Sands Point Rd, Port Washington, NY 11050
Sousa Elementary School has the largest enrollment of the five elementary schools within the Port Washington SchoolMore District. Sousa nurtures the whole child in a learning community which inspires and supports excellence. The school fosters each child through student investigation, exploration, experimentation and risk taking. The children at Sousa Elementary are encouraged to master basic skills, build on theirt strengths and address their needs, foster their creativitity and develop their cooperative skills.
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