Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School

Long Island Lutheran’s wooded 32-acre campus is located in the North Shore community of Brookville. Under the leadership of the Rev. Ed Stammel (Trinity Lutheran Church, Hicksville) and a group of dedicated pastors, 17 Lutheran congregations united in the late 1950’s to found a Lutheran high school to serve the Long Island community. The newly formed Lutheran High School Association of Nassau and Suffolk Counties purchased the former Deering Howe Estate built in the 1920’s as the site for the school.

Now located on two campuses along the north shore of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island Lutheran is a leader in Christ-centered education.  Serving more than 800 students, we are accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools and proud to be recognized as a School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. We aim to provide students with the academic, social, and spiritual learning experiences that will shape them into responsible global citizens. As a community of faith, we believe that providing our youth with a well-rounded education is necessary to developing their hearts and their minds.

Our school community is rich in cultural and ethnic diversity, providing challenge and enrichment for students with varying gifts and talents. With the support of a talented and dedicated faculty, Long Island Lutheran students approach their studies with enthusiasm, confidence, and determination.

The best way to experience the uniqueness of Long Island Lutheran is to visit our Brookville and East Northport campuses.  You will find our vision of developing compassionate and educated leaders for the future evident in all of our students, from Preschool through Grade 12.





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