• You may be familiar with the HACEF Camp Program… but do you know what happens with the profits we raise each summer? Every penny goes to the HACEF Foundation, which offers significant grants to all four Harborfields Schools for the purpose of enhancing and enriching our children’s education and well-being. HACEF grants have been used to fund the latest in technology, art, music, science, reading, special education, and much more.

    Becoming a Friend of HACEF allows you to directly assist in these significant educational enhancement efforts and to also help fund HACEF student scholarships.

     HACEF Memberships that are received via check, cash, credit card OR PayPal by Monday, October 21 will be entered into TWO raffles: • A FREE HACEF Summer Camp 2020 • The CHANCE TO PRE-REGISTER FOR ONE CAMP OF YOUR CHOICE, before Summer Camp registration opens on March 15, 2020! We will call both winners on October 22!

    Make your donation online or download a hard copy application and mail your Friend of HACEF Membership

About Our Community


Harborfields Central School District Map
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The Harborfields Central School District is located on the north shore of Long Island in the Huntington Township. It encompasses an area of eight square miles and serves a suburban population of approximately 44,000.

Harborfields is a young school system in years, but binds together two communities – Centerport and Greenlawn – which have roots that go back to pre-colonial days. Its name is derived from the original names used by early settlers: Little Cow Harbor and Oldfields. The district is comprised of four schools: Washington Drive Elementary School, Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School, Oldfield Middle School, Harborfields High School.

Centerport and Greenlawn have the beauty and the appeal of rolling, wooded hills, and protected bays that lead into the Long Island Sound. The area has always drawn discerning people looking for a sense of small-town community with ready access to New York City. The area lays claim to distinguished personalities such as William K. Vanderbilt, whose Eagle’s Nest is now a valued public museum; John Dewey, America’s foremost educational philosopher; and summer residents like Sergei Rachmaninoff and Albert Einstein.

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