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- Resources & FacilitiesC+
East Islip Union Free School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Islip Terrace, NY. It has 3,678 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 70% in reading.
East Islip Union Free School District Rankings
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East Islip Union Free School District Reviews
Overall a very nice school. The teachers are almost all competent and caring. There is a multitude of clubs and activities. Many AP classes are offered and many students do well. The school has had issues with racism in the past and still has its sports team as the 'redskins'. So that's a yikes. Great deaf community on most of the campuses also. Most students are white and many of those are racially insensitive. The distract has good teachers and administrators keep the day to day flowing naturally and successfully. Some larger issues with racism but it is a mostly white suburb. Food sucks also.
Overall the school is great, all the staff that works there cares about their students and about their well being. Each teacher cares about seeing their students succeed and tries to work with them individually if they ever see something wrong. Each professor in this school district as a great relationship with all students. One thing the school can improve on is the athletic and music department which seems to be dimishing.
East Islip is a safe and nurturing district. The teachers all care about the well-being of their students and about their understanding course material. The food provided in the cafeterias are diverse and the options are plentiful, though some are of lower quality than others and there are not many vegetables offered. The grounds in all the school are kept clean and well-managed. Administration does not always listen to what the students and members of the community has to say, though they try their hardest to make choices that will positively impact the members of the community.