St. Isidore School
What does St. Isidore School stand for?
St. Isidore School was established in the Riverhead community in 1962 to instruct and inspire students so that they may have a strong sense of personal responsibility toward God, self and neighbor through liturgical, intellectual and social experiences.
Small class sizes and individualized attention provide opportunities for higher student achievement. 8th grade students are offered Regents courses in Science and Math. St. Isidore School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
“I received a solid academic foundation and learned to treat others as you expect to be treated.” – Brendan H.
St. Isidore School students live their faith every day in school and at home. Gospel values are integrated throughout the curriculum.
The service-oriented projects undertaken by the students remind them of our obligation to others in need in our community—locally and globally. According to a report released in January 2014 by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), students graduating from Catholic schools were nearly twice as likely as their public school counterparts to receive their college degree. In Catholic school, from elementary school forward, the goal is to educate the whole child, in mind, in body and in spirit. If the results of this study are any gauge—it’s working!
Instrumental Music Program
Sports: Soccer, Basketball, Bowling,
Baseball and Softball
Afterschool Clubs: Walk to Learn,
Newspaper, Cooking, Engineering,
Intramurals and Drawing
Brookhaven Lab Science Fair
Middle School Traveling Museum
Technology in all classrooms
To arrange for a tour or to talk with the principal or any of the staff, please call (631) 727-1650. Visit us on Facebook at St. Isidore School Riverhead to see what’s happening in our school.
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St. Isidore School provides educational opportunities that instruct students to have a sense of God’s love through liturgical, intellectual, and social experiences. The pre-K through eighth grade programs teach a faith-based academic curriculum with enrichment through fine arts, Spanish language education, technology instruction, and physical education. Eighth grade students take Regents exams in math and science. Our students are well prepared to succeed due to the rigorous academics and character building that takes place in our faith-filled environment. Welcome Wednesday tours are available by appointment.