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Superintendent's Welcome

Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District, located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City. Approximately 8,900 students attend five elementary schools, two middle schools and a senior high school.

The William Floyd School District has a rich tradition of excellence which is exemplified by the numerous honors and awards that it has received. Our music programs have been recognized as among the best in the United States, our business department has earned numerous New York State honors and the William Floyd High School Mock Trial Team has earned several Long Island and State championships. The Youth and Government program consistently outperforms the competition in Albany earning prestigious positions in each branch of mock state government. Athletic teams regularly produce competitive and playoff caliber teams, have won several county and Long Island titles, earn team scholar and sportsmanship awards and more. The district, with a new science research program in 2012, also boasted its first Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist in 2016. William Floyd also made national and international news when one of our students was accepted to all eight Ivy League colleges, in what may have been the first ever feat of this kind.

In an effort to prepare students to be career and college ready and competitive in a 21st century global environment, William Floyd has a wide array of offerings including a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program with academies in the fields of automotive technology, building trades & construction, business, cosmetology, hospitality services (culinary arts) and medical assisting; a science research program; a top notch fine arts program; a Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Distinguished Unit and much more.

The high school also offers challenging curriculum with honors and advanced placement courses in: Advanced Art, Biology, Calculus (AB & BC), Chemistry, English Language & Composition, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, Macroeconomics, Physics B, Spanish Language & Culture, U.S. Government & Politics, U.S. History, and World History. Additionally, dual enrollment courses are available for college credit through partnerships with Dowling College, Farmingdale College, St. John’s University and Suffolk County Community College.

We constantly strive to provide the most positive educational experience possible for the children in our district. With dedicated faculty, staff, administrators, involved parents and the greatest kids on Long Island, we believe that a great future lies ahead. With the motto, “Our Rich History Builds a Promising Future,” past, present and future Colonials can appreciate the history, resilience and excellence of the district and its namesake, William Floyd, one of only 56 men to sign the Declaration of Independence.

Thank you and remember, together, we are William Floyd!

A photo of the William Floyd School District Superintendent - Kevin Coster

William Floyd School District Superintendent 
Kevin Coster (631) 874-1201

William Floyd School District
240 Mastic Beach Road
Mastic Beach, NY 11951

District News

the WF varsity tennis team and Coach Dave Pia

The William Floyd High School girls’ varsity tennis team, under the leadership of two-time USTA Coach of the Year Dave Pia, are having themselves another great season! On Sunday, the Colonials recorded their 10th victory of the season! This big win came against previously unbeaten Westhampton, who were ranked as the top team in Suffolk County. The girls battled their way to a 4-3 victory, led by strong doubles play.

photo of students with constructed houses from paper and straw

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School second-grade students in Ms. Ashley Kilanowski’s class, with help from parents and staff members, recently engaged in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activity that practices real-world engineering and architecture processes. Students worked in groups and followed the six-step engineering design process – ask, imagine, plan, create, experiment and improve – to design their dream school!