As of the 2010 census, Massapequa had a total population of 21,685. It is a total of 4 sq.miles. It offers it's residents a multitude of things to do. Parks,beaches,waterfront properties and convenient access to shopping is among the area highlights. Whether you are a new family starting out or a seasoned resident, chances are you are not leaving! Massapequa residents have a tendency to trade up or downsize, but never leave the area.
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In the 1990s the Massapequa school district restructured the district by leasing Carmans Road elementary to Nassau BOCES. Hawthorn Elementary was rented to the police department in 2006 and currently serves as the Nassau County Police Academy. John P. McKenna Jr. High School was converted to an elementary school, while Alfred G. Berner became the new middle school. J. Lewis Ames Jr. High School is also no longer a middle school, but now the "Ames Campus" of Massapequa High School, which is where the ninth grade currently attends.
Massapequa School District currently has Six elementary schools (Grades K-6)
- Birch Lane
- East Lake
- One middle school (grades 7-8)
- Berner middle school (formerly Berner High School 1962–1987)
- One high school annex (Grade 9)
- One high school (Grades 10-12)
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