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Adelphi University Hauppauge Center
55 Kennedy Dr Hauppauge NY, 11788
(631) 300-4350
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American Health & Fitness TRNG
630 E Jericho Tpke Huntington Station NY, 11746
(631) 351-0808
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ARTHUR Murray Dance Studio
5 5th Ave Bay Shore NY, 11706
(631) 665-1766
Bay Shore Public Schools
75 Perkal St Bay Shore NY, 11706
(631) 968-1100
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Bayport-Blue Point Schools
189 Academy St Bayport NY, 11705
(631) 472-7860
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Bicycle Path Pre-Kk Center
27 N Bicycle Path Selden NY, 11784
(631) 285-8800
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Board of Cooperative Education
35 Crooked Hill Rd Ste 103 Commack NY, 11725
(631) 858-9177
Board-Cooperative Educational
480 Clay Pitts Rd East Northport NY, 11731
(631) 368-5857
Centereach Academic Center
28 Wood Rd Centereach NY, 11720
(631) 471-6400
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Central Islip Union Free District
50 Wheeler Rd Central Islip NY, 11722
(631) 348-5112
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Child Care Center of SCCC
1001 Crooked Hill Rd Brentwood NY, 11717
(631) 434-1363
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College Preview Tours INC
900 Walt Whitman Rd Ste 103 Melville NY, 11747
(631) 424-1000
Countrywood Primary Center
499 Old Country Rd Huntington Station NY, 11746
(631) 812-3300
County of Suffolk
395 Oser Ave Hauppauge NY, 11788
(631) 451-4262
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David Sanders Dance Dynamics
62 W Main St East Islip NY, 11730
(631) 224-7454
David Sanders Dance Dynamics
767 Deer Park Ave North Babylon NY, 11703
(631) 587-0851
Deauville Gardens Elementary
100 Deauville Blvd Copiague NY, 11726
(631) 842-4012
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Colleges Reviews   
Establishment Location Rating Poster Review
Boces Hearing & Vision Service Westbury, NY 5 out of 5 stars Anna Having been here on a couple of occasions, I can only say that this place is awesome. I have been between-jobs and struggling and I have go ...
Glen Cove Public Schools Glen Cove, NY 4 out of 5 stars Jan Johnson Our son's been pretty happy attending here. We used to be in the military, so he's moved a lot and attended several different schools. He ...
Tender Hearts Preschool Mount Sinai, NY 5 out of 5 stars Kimberly Allison My two little children attend the summer camp at Tender Hearts. I never even realized they had summer camps for children this small until o ...
Five Towns College Huntington Station, NY 5 out of 5 stars Jason A Wiley Ever since middle school, I knew I wanted to play trumpet for a living. It's not easy to break into a career in music though, even orchestr ...
Happy Time Pre-School Smithtown, NY 4 out of 5 stars Stuart To clarify, Happy Time Preschool is part of Smithtown Christian School. It is a nice school - the teachers are very kind and attentive, tho ...
Long Island FENG SHUI INST Old Westbury, NY 4 out of 5 stars AH This is a very expensive, intensive study program which you can enter into to learn feng shui, astrology, aromatherapy and other assorted th ...

Colleges Articles & Insights   
New York Senate Passes START-UP Initiative Posted by JMitty - 6/28/13
The New York State Senate just passed a new economic legislation called START-UP NY.  This bill will create tax-free areas around colleges.  Basically, if a business opens up shop within the established zone, that business will be able to operate without paying state taxes for a period ...
College Scorecard Reveals Low Graduation Rates at Long Island Colleges Posted by JMitty - 4/12/13
This February, the U.S. Department of Education released the online College Scorecard, a database which seeks to increase transparency regarding U.S. colleges and universities.  The data in the Scorecard includes information on costs for attendance, loan defaults, increases in price, and ...
School on Long Island Worry About Education Quality Due to Tax Cap Cuts Posted by JanetJ - 4/5/13
One of the most important resources that we have here on Long Island is our children. It is not the economic value of the industry, but the children which live here and their education. Because in these little ones our future is held. This is why many educators on Long Island are worried about ...