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  • GNPS Faculty Recital Returns Oct. 20

    The Great Neck Public Schools is pleased to announce the return of the District Faculty Recital this fall! Please mark your calendar and plan to attend this year’s Faculty Recital on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. in the South Middle School auditorium.

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  • GNPS Emergency Planning Guide

    A copy of the District's Emergency Planning Guide was emailed to staff and families on Oct. 3. A copy of the Guide is may be viewed on the GNPS Security web page or by clicking the announcement title.

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  • SCOPE Enrichment After School Program

    SCOPE Education Services is excited to announce the commencement of an after-school enrichment program for students in Prekindergarten through Grade 5. The program will be offered at each of the five elementary schools within the District and will take place Monday through Friday from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. beginning November 1, 2022. Click on the announcement title to view the SCOPE flyer for program details and registration information.  

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Health and Wellness

Registration Information

  • Online Registration Dates for 2023–24 Kindergarten & UPK 

    All applications to register for Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) and Kindergarten for the 2023–24 school year will be processed online.

    Universal Pre-K

    The District offers a UPK program to all Great Neck School District residents at no cost. UPK Online Registration will open Oct. 24 through Nov. 14, 2022. To enroll, children must be 4 years old by Dec. 1, 2023.  



    Kindergarten Online Registration will open on Jan. 17, 2023. All children who will attend public or private school kindergarten in Sept. 2023 must be registered. Any child who legally resides within the school district and will be 5 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2023 is eligible for kindergarten.

    For more information, visit our Office of Registration home page, download a registration packet, or call the Registrar’s Office at (516) 441-4080.


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Featured Video

  • In celebration of School Board Recognition Week (Oct. 17-21), middle school students expressed their appreciation for our Board trustees through a video presentation at the Oct.19 Board Meeting.

  • Image of GNPS/TV Logo of the Great Neck Public Schools

    GNPS/TV Current Programs
    Programs currently airing on GNPS/TV are Celebrating Dr. William A. Shine; Names, Not Numbers Documentary; South High Opera; and Focus on Education. GNPS/TV programming reflects the offerings of the Great Neck Public Schools and the achievements of its students and staff. Programs may be viewed within the incorporated villages of Great Neck on Optimum Channel 75 and on Verizon Fios Channel 32. Programs are also available on-demand, 24/7, on the GNPS/TV web page.

    For more information, please visit the GNPS/TV homepage or contact Robert Zahn, director of educational television and broadcast media, by e-mail at, or by phone at (516) 441-4676.

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GNPS Community Education


    Image of the CE Fall 2022 Catalog

    Community Ed Fall 2022 Catalog
    The Great Neck Community Ed Fall 2022 catalog is now available online, featuring a variety of in-person and online courses. Registration is underway and classes will begin the week of Sept. 12. Visit the Community Ed web page for more details about course offerings and registration.


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  •  images of five pieces of art created by GNPS students on display at the 2022 Nassau HS Art Show

    GNPS Artists on Exhibit at Juried Art Show

    Works of art created by five talented artists from the Great Neck Public Schools have been selected for exhibit at the 2022 Nassau County High School Student Juried Art Competition & Exhibition, currently on display at the Art Guild in Manhasset. Additionally, one of the artists was awarded a third-place prize in the competition.

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  •  Group photo of the North High Girls Varsity Soccer Team

    North High Girls Soccer Team Wins Conference Championship

    Congratulations to the North High Girls Varsity Soccer Team on their second consecutive Conference Championship season! Additionally, Coach Connolly received Conference 5 Coach of the Year honors for the second year in a row.

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  •  Izzy Spagnoli with her first-place medal from the Manhattan Invitational

    South High Runner Wins Race at Manhattan Invitational

    South High School sophomore Isabella Spagnoli made school history as the first Lady Rebel to win a varsity race at the prestigious Manhattan College Cross Country Invitational.

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  •  Andria Chen receives a plaque for her first-place finish at the ACAP Science Fair

    ACAP Science Fair Presidential Award Winner

    South High School senior Andria Chen won the Presidential Award at the 2022 Association of Chinese American Physicians (ACAP) Science Fair, a nationwide competition open to middle and high school students conducting research in the biomedical field.

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Looking Ahead

Recent News

  •  Board Student Delegates are photographed with Board of Education Trustees and the Superintendent

    Board of Education Student Delegates

    Board of Education student delegates, representing the district’s secondary schools, were introduced to the community at the Board meeting on Oct. 19.

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  •  Group Photo of North High School Seniors at the Senior Sunrise event

    The Sun Also Rises on the Class of 2023

    The North High School Class of 2023 carried on the tradition of joining together in the early morning hours on the first day of school to watch the sun rise on their senior year. The celebration, known as “Senior Sunrise,” was organized by senior class officers and advisors, with support from the North High building administration.

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  •  Group photo of new faculty members with board trustees and administrators

    District Welcomes New Faculty for 2022-23

    The Great Neck Public Schools welcomed more than 50 new faculty members during an orientation program before the start of the new school year.

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