East Hampton High School is about to become 1 of 17 schools on Long Island to offer an intensive college preparatory course called the Advanced Placement Capstone diploma.
The Sag Harbor School District formally took ownership of the former Stella Maris Regional School last Thursday, about seven months after voters approved the district’s purchase of the property.
Ideas for the kids over the school break.
It was close to standing room only at Tuesday’s meeting of the East Hampton School Board.
With Sag Harbor voters having delivered a definitive “no” on Dec. 14 on whether to use artificial turf for the athletic field at Pierson Middle and High School — the vote was 1,016 to 135 — the school district is developing a...
Their inventions ranged widely, but they shared a common theme: They were the original creations of Hayground School students working together to crack a challenging problem.
A Camp for the Break
East Hampton High School will soon play a part in collecting and disseminating local and statewide weather data. The East Hampton School District and the State University of New York at Albany have signed an agreement for the installation of an...
East Hampton School District officials, following weeks of community criticism over a proposed school bus depot in a residential district off Cedar Street, are now exploring a different location
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
Sag Harbor residents sent a clear message to the Sag Harbor School District: An artificial turf athletic field is not wanted in the community.
With 55 percent voter approval, Bridgehampton residents turned out Tuesday to support the Bridgehampton School District's efforts to expand and renovate the 86-year-old building.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday announced that a grant of about $95,000 has been awarded to the Southampton School District for the East End Farm-to-School Project, which will benefit more than 1,600 students specifically in the Southampton, Bridgehampton, and Tuckahoe School Districts.