Rocky Point
Community Overview
In 1873 Richard Boyles, a well known historian and land surveyor described Rocky Point as a thinly populated region located some 2 - 4 miles east of Miller Place on Long Island's north shore. At the time, the town had a small store, school, post office, and about 20 homes. Its early inhabitants either farmed the land, or cut and shipped cordwood as their occupations. Today, the Rocky Point school district boast over 3,000 students, and is home to one of the areas best known marching bands. As you travel north through the town, you will discover beautiful, winding country roads, which lead to fantastic bluffs that offer amazing vistas of Long Island Sound.
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School District
The Rocky Point School District maintains excellent academic programs with a superb fine arts program. In addition to a complete athletic program, the high school is noted for its marching band.
Statistical Information
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