I believe that Great Neck North High School has provided the right environment for my son to succeed where he was unable to do so in an inclusive school setting. The Principal Bernard Kaplan and the staff provide the type of environment that enables students to learn using the skills that they have rather then being force to comprehend with a method that will not work for them. By working individually in establishing an education plan and managing it throughout the year with the teachers and parents Great Neck North High School is successful. I would recommend Great Neck North High School to all parents who are looking for a better way to educate their children.
Great Neck North High School is a public high school in Great Neck. The principal of Great Neck North High School is MR. BERNARD KAPLAN, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 977 children attend Great Neck North High School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 3% of the Great Neck North High School students are "limited in English proficiency." 9% of the 977 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Great Neck North High School is 11:1. Village School is one of the nearest high schools.
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Great Neck North High is one of the best schools in the US. Its quality of academic programs is usually very good and the extracurricular activities are available to the students. Teachers are supportive some more than others. However its sports program is way too hard. They need to loosen up a little bit and give the kids a rest. They're only high schoolers! Other than that great school.
excellent school and wonderful teachers. Very helpful in terms of academic support and special education.
excellent school and many challenging and fun programs. Teachers are generally excellent and highly involved in student learning.