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Longwood Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Middle Island, NY. It has 9,291 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Longwood Central School District Reviews
Longwood was the only school district I've attended. Throughout the years, I heard terrible things about Longwood but it was always from outsiders. I'm happy to be from Longwood. I wouldn't want to go to any other district. Longwood is my home and I'm proud of it. As far as my experience goes, It wasn't crazy. I made my friends, got my education.. and I'm about to graduate! It was the average experience.
The school is richly diverse comprising of people from all different backgrounds and walks of life! The teaching staff really care about the wellbeing of their students and such is reflected through the intrinsic nature in which they teach and form interpersonal relationships! The school's administration also shows its appreciation for the students with all types of scheduled activities, field trips, and decorative ceremonies!
I am fortunate that I was able to attend Longwood High School. I have been provided opportunities in science that I never would have been provided otherwise. I was able to take courses such as Advanced Science Research, join Stony Brook STEP, and find a six week engineering internship with my school. I do wish that they brought back the Kindergarten Language Program they used to have. They taught Spanish at a Kindergarten level when language is easiest to acquire. I think the acquisition of language and culture is vital to globalization and a step towards peace, or at the very least, acceptance.