The Wheatley School

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The Wheatley School
Address
11 Bacon Rd
Old Westbury, New York, Nassau, 11568
United States
Coordinates40°46′55″N 73°35′50″W / 40.78194°N 73.59722°W / 40.78194; -73.59722Coordinates: 40°46′55″N 73°35′50″W / 40.78194°N 73.59722°W / 40.78194; -73.59722
Information
Funding typePublic school
MottoVeritatem Quaerite
(Seek the Truth)
Established1955
Opened1956 [1]
LocaleSuburb: Large
School districtEast Williston School District
NCES District ID3610050[2].
SuperintendentDr. Elaine Kanas
CEEB Code334293 [3]
NCES School ID361005000781[4].
PrincipalSean C. Feeney [5]
Asst. PrincipalKaren Klapper [5]
Teaching staff71 (FTE) [6]
Grades8-12 [6]
Enrollment788 [6] (2011-2012 school year)
Grade 8165
Grade 9164
Grade 10148
Grade 11158
Grade 12151
Ungraded2
Student to teacher ratio11.11 [6]
Campus typeSuburban
Color(s)Red, White
SportsBaseball,[7] Basketball(Boys/Girls),[8] Cross Country(Boys/Girls), Fencing(Boys/Girls), Field Hockey(Girls), Football,[9] Golf, Ice Hockey(Boys),[10] Lacrosse(Boys/Girls), Soccer(Boys/Girls),[11][12][13] Tennis (Boys/Girls), Track and Field(Boys/Girls), Volleyball(Girls),[14] Wrestling
MascotWildcat
Team nameWildcats [12]
AccreditationMiddle States Association of Colleges and Schools [15]
National rankingNewsweek: 92,[16] US News and World Report:108 [6]
PublicationLiterary Magazine (Vintage) [17]
NewspaperWildcat [18]
YearbookAurora [19]
Feeder schoolsWillets Road School
Website
 
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This article is about a high school in New York. For a high school in Texas, see Wheatley High School (Houston) .
The Wheatley School
Address
11 Bacon Rd
Old Westbury, New York, Nassau, 11568
United States
Coordinates40°46′55″N 73°35′50″W / 40.78194°N 73.59722°W / 40.78194; -73.59722Coordinates: 40°46′55″N 73°35′50″W / 40.78194°N 73.59722°W / 40.78194; -73.59722
Information
Funding typePublic school
MottoVeritatem Quaerite
(Seek the Truth)
Established1955
Opened1956 [1]
LocaleSuburb: Large
School districtEast Williston School District
NCES District ID3610050[2].
SuperintendentDr. Elaine Kanas
CEEB Code334293 [3]
NCES School ID361005000781[4].
PrincipalSean C. Feeney [5]
Asst. PrincipalKaren Klapper [5]
Teaching staff71 (FTE) [6]
Grades8-12 [6]
Enrollment788 [6] (2011-2012 school year)
Grade 8165
Grade 9164
Grade 10148
Grade 11158
Grade 12151
Ungraded2
Student to teacher ratio11.11 [6]
Campus typeSuburban
Color(s)Red, White
SportsBaseball,[7] Basketball(Boys/Girls),[8] Cross Country(Boys/Girls), Fencing(Boys/Girls), Field Hockey(Girls), Football,[9] Golf, Ice Hockey(Boys),[10] Lacrosse(Boys/Girls), Soccer(Boys/Girls),[11][12][13] Tennis (Boys/Girls), Track and Field(Boys/Girls), Volleyball(Girls),[14] Wrestling
MascotWildcat
Team nameWildcats [12]
AccreditationMiddle States Association of Colleges and Schools [15]
National rankingNewsweek: 92,[16] US News and World Report:108 [6]
PublicationLiterary Magazine (Vintage) [17]
NewspaperWildcat [18]
YearbookAurora [19]
Feeder schoolsWillets Road School
Website

The Wheatley School is a public high school serving grades 8 through 12 located in Old Westbury, Long Island, New York and part of the East Williston Union Free School District.[20] The school district encompasses all of East Williston and parts of Mineola, Albertson, Old Westbury, and Roslyn Heights.

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Ned Lagin - musician

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  13. ^ "The Wheatley School High School Girls Soccer". http://topics.msgvarsity.com. MSG Varsity. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 
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  20. ^ The Wheatley School website, accessed March 16, 2012.
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