Comsewogue High School 565 Bicycle Path, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 Comsewogue High School's Principal Joseph Coniglione administers a staff of about 90 teachers to educate a student body…More that tops out at just over 1,200. Every student is given the opportunity to excel by offering academic opportunities that go above and beyond the regular curriculum. Home of the Warriors, the school has a full calendar of sports throughout the year for sixty-one athletic teams to build a lifelong love of fitness and healthy competition.
Port Jefferson Dance Academy is a family-oriented dance instruction studio. The outside display window and interior…More entrance lobby are adorned with trophies and pictures of Director Tara Lennstrom's ballet company. She provides very personalized service, making an effort to know the name of every student, and to connect with their families. The business expands through word-of-mouth, and a large portion of the clientele are returning students.
There are classes for pre-schoolers (ages 3-5), and students range in age up to 20. Schedules run synonymously with the school calendar, and an annual recital occurs in June. Visit its Facebook fan page for more information and pictures.
The brick building that houses The Port Jefferson Free Library sits on the steep grade of Thompson Street, just off…More historic East Main. Inside you'll find it chock full of resources, with more than 175,000 books, magazines, movies and CDs, to a calendar of community programs, art exhibits and resources like computer access and free Wi-Fi. Like the community it serves, The Port Jefferson Free Library has an eclectic mix that is fun, innovative and informational.
The library offers cutting edge services like its "Text a Librarian" program, an online book club, a Twitter account and the ability to search the entire Suffolk County library card catalog from its website. The seven-member Board of Trustees holds public meetings monthly. If all that wasn't enough, the property is even listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.