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Commack School District

The Commack School District is 1 of Long island's Best. This article includes the most comprehensive List of Commack Schools information from their Phone Numbers, Hours of Operation & Grades. The Commack School District serves approximately 7,800 students, and within the local district, it houses four primary schools (kindergarten – 2nd grade), two intermediate schools (3rd grade – 5th grade), one Commack Middle school and one Commack High School.

It is an impressive school district that offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses and an International Baccalaureate (IB) Program at the high school level. In 2012, U.S. News & World Report ranked Commack High School the best high school in Suffolk County, the third best on Long Island and # in New York State.

In December 2018, Newsday recognized Commack High School for “Maintaining and increasing students’ participation in Advanced Placement courses and performance on AP exams.” As we enter the new decade 2020 there is only high hopes for the Commack Schools continued success!

List of Commack Schools

Commack School Names: Phone Numbers: Hours of Operation: Grades:
Commack High School (631) 912-2100 7:30am-2:30pm 9th-12th
Commack Middle School (631) 858-3500 7:45am-2:45pm 6th-8th
Burr Intermediate School (631) 858- 3636 9:15am-3:30pm 3rd-5th
Sawmill Intermediate School (631) 858-3650 8:50am-3:05pm 3rd-5th
Indian Hollow Primary School (631) 858-3590 9:30am-3:45pm K-2nd
North Ridge Primary School (631) 912-2190 9:30am-3:45pm K-2nd
Rolling Hills Primary School (631) 858-3570 9:15am-3:30pm K-2nd
Wood Park Primary School (631) 858-3680 9:15am-3:30pm K-2nd

Commack School Breaking News!

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Commack Schools Resources:

  1. Commack School Calendar 2019-2020
  2. Commack School District eBoard
  3. Commack School District Rating

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