All Northport-East Northport UFSD curricula follows the NYSED standards and learning expectations.
For grades K-5, the district is focused on educating the whole child with students building upon the foundations of learning as they progress through each grade level.
Kindergarten Units of Study Overview
First Grade Units of Study Overview
Second Grade Units of Study Overview
Third Grade Units of Study Overview
Fourth Grade Units of Study Overview
Fifth Grade Units of Study Overview
K-4 RtI (Response to Intervention) Plan
STEM Enrichment for All (Makerspace)
Summer Learning Program (SLP)
Middle School Curriculum:
The Middle School years comprise one of the most challenging stages of “growing up”. The intent of the middle school is to provide students with a child-centered environment that permits a wide range of learning and social experiences conducive to learning. It is a transitional school where the concept of planned gradualism links the elementary school and the high school. The middle school should be a place where every student has a special reason for attending.
Therefore, the middle school staff is committed to helping every student:
• Build on past learning for the present and the future.
• Learn how to become a self-reliant and self-directed learner.
• Understand and be sensitive to others.
• Have a positive self-image to foster sound mental and physical health.
• Contribute to his/her school, home and community environments.
• Be aware of jobs and career options.
• Express him/herself in a creative manner.
• Experience growth.
• Cope with change and persevere.
6-8 Course Catalog (Includes overview of course offerings and units of study)
6-12 AIS Services
High School Curriculum:
In addition to meeting NYSED standards and Regents requirements, the Northport High School curriculum is rooted in student choice and opportunity. The district offers one of the most diverse programs in New York state, providing students with opportunities to challenge themselves both academically and personally. The district offers Honors courses, Advanced Placement (AP) courses, International Baccalaureate courses and diploma program, two nationally accredited academies (Academy of Finance and Academy of Information Technology), Project Lead the Way engineering program, Project PATCH law program, robust fine and performing arts courses and hundreds of extracurricular opportunities through athletics, music ensembles, philanthropic opportunities and more.
Northport High School Course Catalog (Includes overview of course offerings and units of study)
World Language & ENL
Athletics & Physical Education
Family & Consumer Science
Fine and Performing Arts