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Long Island Schools » Suffolk County Schools » Three Village School District Schools

Ward Melville High School

District: Three Village School District
Address: 380 Old Town Rd
East Setauket, Ny 11733
Phone: (631) 730-4900
Grades: (grades 10 - 12)
                      
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Students: 1,845
Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Ward Melville High School

Ward Melville High School, a "School of Excellence," is known for its strong programs, dedication to students, and a willingness to examine its direction in order to plan for the future. It is important for us to constantly strive to meet the needs of the next generation of students while doing the best job we can for those who are currently with us.
Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Comsewogue Public Library     Port Jefferson St     1.18 miles  
  Port Jefferson Free Library     Port Jefferson     2.09 miles  
  Emma S. Clark Memorial Library     Setauket     2.76 miles  
  Middle Country Public Library     Centereach     3.65 miles  
  Sachem Public Library     Holbrook     6.53 miles  
-- Student Info --
White, non-Hispanic: 90%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 6%
Hispanic: 2%
Black, non-Hispanic: 1%
American Indian: <1%
Attendance rate: 95%
Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program: 2%
IEP students: 11%
Migrant students: 0%
Limited English proficient: <1%
Student Suspensions / Year: 117
  
-- Staff Info --
School Head Principal: Thomas Colletti
Full Time Principals: 1
Full Time Assistant Principals: 3
Full Time Teachers: 130
Other Full Time Professional Campus Staff: 16
Part Time Teachers: 8
Average years teaching total: 14
Average years teaching in district: 11
First-year teachers: 3%
Bachelor's degree: 17%
Master's degree: 78%
Doctorate degree: 5%
Students per teacher: 12
Student Academic Scores and Performance

Performance measurement: % passing
 
New York State Regents Exams
Subject Year Performance
Chemistry 2006
 
96%
Chemistry 2005
 
96%
Chemistry 2004
 
91%
Chemistry 2003
 
90%
 
Earth Science 2006
 
26%
Earth Science 2005
 
22%
Earth Science 2004
 
17%
Earth Science 2003
 
24%
 
English 2006
 
95%
English 2005
 
94%
English 2004
 
95%
English 2003
 
94%
 
Living Environment 2006
 
95%
Living Environment 2005
 
95%
Living Environment 2004
 
98%
Living Environment 2003
 
96%
 
Mathematics A 2006
 
75%
Mathematics A 2005
 
60%
Mathematics A 2004
 
86%
Mathematics A 2003
 
56%
 
Mathematics B 2006
 
82%
Mathematics B 2005
 
78%
 
Physics 2006
 
98%
Physics 2005
 
96%
Physics 2004
 
96%
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