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George W. Hewlett High School
60 Everit Ave, Hewlett, NY 11557
Hewlett High School serves students within the Hewlett-Woodmere School District. In addition to academics, the schoolMore features the Bulldogs sports teams and many clubs. Its students have a long history of community service. The school stresses to its students the three R's: responsibility, respect and reason. It also offers college-credit courses from Syracuse University Project Advance and Long Island University. Thomas Russo is the principal of the school.
HAFTR High School
635 Central Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
HAFTR High School offers a dual curriculum in humanities and science and Judaic studies. The school provides studentsMore with the opportunity to participate in community service, cultural arts, athletics, student government and religious and political activism. Students also take park in academic competition and research. The school's principals are Naomi Lippman and Rabbi Gedaliah Oppen.
NCSY
445 Central Ave Unit 360, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
NCSY is an outreach program for Jewish high school students. The organization, which is affiliated with the OrthodoxMore Union, reaches out to teens through Shabbos trips, clubs and daily learning programs, and tries to get them in touch with the religion. NCSY works with locals schools, such as Hewlett High School, Lawrence High School, HAFTR and HALB. The organization has had its main office on Willow Avenue for three years.
Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys
700 Ibsen St, Woodmere, NY 11598
The Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys is part of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach. In additionMore to teaching secular studies based on New York State standards, the high school strives to instill in its students a commitment to the study of Torah, community service and Israel. Rabbi Yisroel Kaminetsky and Harvey Feldman are the principals of the school.
Lawrence High School
2 Reilly Rd, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Lawrence High School has served the local school district community since 1958. It offers college level courses inMore conjunction with Long Island University, C.W. Post, Adelphi University, New York Institute of Technology and Syracuse University. Science and social studies programs  are also available for students wishing to prepare for national competitions.
Mesivta Ateres Yaakov
131 Washington Ave, Lawrence, NY 11559
Mesivta Ateres Yaakov is a yeshiva high school for boys. Rabbi Binyomin Kamenetzky, who also founded Yeshiva of SouthMore Shore, bought the original land where a school grew into Ateres Yaakov. The school moved into its current location, which used to house Temple Sinai, in 2010. Rabbi Mordechai Yaffe and Rabbi Sam Rudansky are the principals of the school.
Shalhevet High School for Girls
1000 Rosedale Rd, Valley Stream, NY 11581

Shalhevet is the sibling school of Rambam Mesivta, the high school yeshiva for boys. Shalhevet strives to teach itsMore students an appreciation and love for the learning of the Torah and to be good and modest Jews. Its goal is for the students to become leaders.

The school says it has a merit-based admission policy, granting entry to those who it says would benefit most from the program. Its students hail from Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. Shalhevet prides itself on being a small school by design. The head of the school is Rabbi Zev Meir Friedman and its principal is Esther Eisenman.