10306 Public School

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IS 2 George L Egbert School 333 Midland Avenue New York NY 10306 718-987-5336

New Dorp High School 465 New Dorp Lane New York NY 10306 718-667-8686

PS 23 Richmondtown School 30 Natick St Staten Island NY 10306 718-351-1155

PS 38 George Cromwell School 421 Lincoln Avenue New York NY 10306 718-351-1225

PS 41 New Dorp School 216 Clawson Street New York NY 10306 718-351-6777

PS 50 Frank Hankinson School 200 Adelaide Avenue New York NY 10306 718-987-0396

Staten Island Technical High School 485 Clawson Street New York NY 10306 718-667-5725

PS 37 Futures Academy 15 Fairfield Street Great Kills NY 10308 1.4 miles from 10306 718-984-9800

IS 34 Tottenville School 528 Academy Ave Staten Island NY 10307 1.5 miles from 10306 718-984-0772

PS 1 Tottenville School 58 Summit St Staten Island NY 10307 1.5 miles from 10306 718-984-0960

PS 31 William T Davis School 55 Layton Ave Staten Island NY 10301 1.5 miles from 10306 718-273-3500

PS 39 Francis J Murphy Junior School 71 Sand Ln Staten Island NY 10305 1.5 miles from 10306 718-447-4543

PS 6 Lillie D Blake School 555 Page Ave Staten Island NY 10307 1.5 miles from 10306 718-356-4789

Susan E Wagner High School 1200 Manor Rd Staten Island NY 10314 1.5 miles from 10306 718-698-4200

PS 53 School 330 Durant Avenue Bay Terrace NY 10308 1.5 miles from 10306 718-987-8020

PS 32 The Gifford School 32 Elverton Avenue Great Kills NY 10308 1.9 miles from 10306 718-984-1688

CSI High School for International Studies 100 Essex Drive Heartland Village NY 10314 1.9 miles from 10306 718-370-6900

Gaynor McCown Expeditionary Learning School 100 Essex Drive Heartland Village NY 10314 1.9 miles from 10306 718-370-6950

Marsh Avenue School For Expeditionary Learning 100 Essex Drive Heartland Village NY 10314 1.9 miles from 10306 718-370-6850

PS 11 Thomas Dongan School 50 Jefferson Street New York NY 10304 2.0 miles from 10306 718-979-1030

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