40 years of inspiring children to make a difference in the world through unconditional acts of kindness.
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Opening Minds

Instilling a life-long love of learning through an individualized multi-sensory and academically challenging curriculum.

With Open Arms

Genuine affection, authentic caring and unfailing personal support are always present.

Building Character and Confidence

Inspiring students to make a difference in the world by expressing responsible choices in the service of others and through acts of giving.

Beyond the Textbook

Forming new ideas and understanding through original thought and imaginative projects and events.

Reaching for Excellence

Encouraging self-confidence and a passion for learning promotes motivation, critical thinking and creative leaps.

The Laurel Hill Family

A community where parents, teachers and students are intimate partners in living and learning and school is a nurturing family that greets children with warmth and exuberance each day.

Global Perspective

As a non-denominational school we invite appreciation of many cultures and religions. Our student population represents almost every corner of the globe.


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Additional Parent Bravos

  Dear Mrs. Stark, My older son, Andrew, is now in the public school system. His teachers are posting new homework assignments, but that is the extent of the remote

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More Parent Bravos

Family of an 8th Grader This past week has been scary for all of us. Prior to school closing you guided your teachers through learning ZOOM, showing the students how

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Parent Bravos

Parent of a 3 Year Old We wanted to say thank you for accommodating the Preschool families with the tuition suspension during this time. We are also amazed (and truly

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Ms. Bond's teaching via Zoom

Ms. Bond’s Zoom Message

Never in my teaching career would I have thought that I would need to teach elementary class via online classes. Yet, here we are in uncertain times, teaching in a

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LHS Greek Festival

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LHS Congratulates Our Award Winners

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Arts Integration At Laurel Hill

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STEM / Architecture / Robotics / Outdoor Classroom / Mindfulness

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Our New Initiatives/STEAM

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Educating Children in School About Humanitarian Aid

Natural disasters are at an all-time high, which means the need for humanitarian aid has never been greater. The best way we can contribute long-term humanitarian relief that will benefit

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Top Reasons to Choose Private Over Public Schools

Like every good parent, you want the best for your children. Where they grow up, who they spend their time with, and where they go to school are all incredibly

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Laurel Hill Robotics Club Wins Awards at Lego League Competition

Congratulations to the Laurel Hill Robotics Club for winning two awards at the 4th Annual First Lego League Hydro Dynamics Qualifying Tournament! FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a technology-focused program

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Guide to Picking the Best Private School for Your Child

Public schools are not always adequate at providing an education for every child to prepare for college and future careers. Private schools offer an excellent alternative because they place stronger

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News 12  story featuring Mindfulness Program at LHS

This video can also be viewed on news12’s site.

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Beyond the Textbook: How Kids Can Learn Outside the Classroom

A fundamental component in the new S.T.E.A.M. initiative at Laurel Hill is allowing students to go beyond the textbook. One of the ways we do this is with our very

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Mindfulness Newletter

Click the image below to read the Welcome Back Laurel Hill School Newsletter

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Welcome Back Newsletter

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Ward Melville H.S Valedictorian & Salutatorian

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Walt Whitman Poetry Content Grand Champion Winner

The Walt Whitman Poetry Contest and Laurel Hill student Nathan Barry (Grand Champion Winner). You can read the poetry by clicking here.

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2017 Suffolk County Mathematics Tournament

On May 11, 2017 our two Math Olympiad Teams, under the direction  of Mrs. Cardosanto, competed with 270 students from all over Long  Island in the 2017 Suffolk County Mathematics

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Newsday Article about students’ effort to raise money for water filters and schools in Cambodia

Some of our students were involved in an effort to raise money for water filters and schools in Cambodia. Read the article by clicking on the two PDF documents below.

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Hear From Our Parents

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WLHS Radio Podcast

December 2014 Episode 1

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August 2nd:  Grades Kindergarten & First Grade   10:30-12pm

August 2nd: Grades 2-8    1-2:30pm

August 4th: Infants & Toddlers (2 yr. old)   10:30-12pm

August 4th: Preschool (3 & 4 yr. old)   1-2:30pm

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Parent Bravos

Here is a small sample of some of the  beautiful comments from our Parents

From a 6th Grade Parent:

Dear Mr and Mrs Stark,
And all our wonderful LHS teachers! We want to support all parents in sending our deepest gratitude for giving our kids some sense of normalcy during these very challenging times.
It’s very important for us to know that while my husband, as many other ICU doctors and nurses, are fighting every day with this vicious disease, our children can still follow their routine, learn, and communicate with their teachers and friends. It helps us, parents, and it definitely helps kids to continue their growth as individuals.
I see excitement in (our daughter’s) eyes when she is getting ready for school in the morning, when she is running to the printer to get an assignment, or just talking to her friends during breaks.
Thank you so much to every single one of you!

From a 3YR Old Parent:

“We wanted to say thank you for accommodating the preschool families with the tuition suspension during this time.
We are also amazed (and truly grateful) that the zoom on- line learning format is continuing despite the circumstances.
I know this is not an easy time for businesses, organizations etc. If there is anything at all we can do to help the school during this time or once we return, please let us know. Maybe a fundraiser or maybe there is something we can do for our individual teachers. Just brainstorming…
Finally, some thoughts as we’ve entered week 3 of zoom/on-line learning. It’s been such a wonderful experience participating in our kids’ learning! Yes managing working from home and helping with homeschool can be exciting… but I’ve enjoyed seeing firsthand how dedicated our teachers are to not only teaching and providing additional resources to enhance learning, but also doing it with such great enthusiasm.
 There’s a great sense of community and collaboration between administration, teachers and parents, and it is evident that our main goal is how to make this experience the best it can possibly be.
How lucky are we to have such amazingly dedicated teachers in our kids’ lives! How blessed are we to be part of the
Laurel Hill family!
In the midst of chaos you have given us a sense of normalcy and we are genuinely appreciative of all your efforts.


As Charles Dickens famously observed…
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . .
it was the season of darkness,
it was the spring of hope . . .
We at Laurel Hill live “the best of times” every day because we are blessed by the beauty, by the serene innocence, and by the precocity of our boys and girls.
We at Laurel Hill live “the best of times” every day for the blessing of totally dedicated teachers and support staff who clearly know why they selected to do what they do in career and in life and give, and give, and give tirelessly to fulfill their greatest ambitions for their children’s growth and well being.
We at Laurel Hill live “the best of times” because we are blessed to have families joined with us to support and to build – partners in turning great ideas into great accomplishments, partners ready to share their skills and to help in the work that needs to be done.
Ms. Bond’s Zoom Classroom
Never in my teaching career would I have thought that I would need to teach elementary class via online classes. Yet, here we are in uncertain times, teaching in a media platform that is geared towards the children of this generation.
As apprehensive as I was before the first day of Zoom (I woke up a number of times during the night like it was my first day of school!), I now feel energized and excited about what we are able to do with the Zoom program. I’ve found that I’ve been able to keep most of my teaching the same as when it is a live class! In Reading, we’ve done an author study and vocabulary work in just three days! I am so proud of how much hard work my students continue to do while they are at home!
I hope this email finds you well and safe. I have been thinking about you & Mr. Stark often and must first apologize for the time lapse in reaching out to express my deepest gratitude. I can’t believe that we have just completed 3 weeks of successful and engaging remote learning. Your steadfast leadership at the onset of this crisis was inspiring. As this crisis turned into a nationwide tragic pandemic, your engaging and detailed remote learning program did not waiver. In fact, it strengthened! Our children were the lucky ones to maintain a sense of normalcy with their routine schedule and engaging “live” classes with all of their treasured teachers and classmate friends.

View additional parent testimonials and all other news updates by visiting Laurel Hill In the News.