This is a community to be proud to be part of. Smithtown Central School District caters to the residents of Smithtown, Nesconset, King Park, and Saint James. Also served are parts of Hauppauge, Stony Brook, Ronkonkama, Lake Ronkonkama, Head of the Harbor, and Nissequogue. Smithtown High School-West deservingly ranks number sixty-eight out of the 1,259 high schools in New York State. Residents of these towns take great pride in their communities and many areas hold their own town festival days to celebrate their pride. When it comes to needing a place to pick up your weekly groceries, your choices of where to shop are not limited. The local supermarkets include King Kullen, Aldi, Uncle Giuseppe’s, Fresh Market, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and of course the farmer’s market when the weather is warm. The area has so much to offer, including downtown shopping, some of the best restaurants on Long Island, suburban neighborhoods, and historical heritage.
Economy and Employment
In Smithtown, the annual household income is $108,679 and very similar is Nesconset’s at $108,205. Residents of Nesconset and Smithtown are most likely to travel to work using their own vehicles with an average commute time of roughly thirty to thirty-five minutes.
Smithtown Central School District covers an area of thirty-five square miles. The district is the fourth largest on Long Island. The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) has stations in Smithtown and in Saint James for an easy commute into New Your City via Penn Station. The Long Island Expressway or LIE is South of the district and leads to the West and East ends of the island.