Hauppauge

Hauppauge, NY is a hamlet in the towns of Islip and Smithtown in Suffolk County, NY. Hauppauge is known for their sweet water and many amazing retaurants and local shops.

About Hauppauge

Hauppauge, NY has a population of 19,661 and 10.8 miles long. Hauppauge is a family-friendly community, centrally located on Long Island with affordable real estate, low taxes, a low crime rate, and a very well ran school district. Hauppauge is a very nice, safe town to live in as it is close to beaches, rural areas and urban areas. Hauppauge High School is ranked number 1,365 in National Rankings. the rankings stem from state-testing scores, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.

Hauppauge School District 

  • Pines Elementary School
  • forest Brook Elementary School
  • Bretton Woods Elementary School
  • Hauppauge Middle School
  • Hauppauge High School

History

Hauppauge's name comes from its native residents. The Nissequogue Indians called the area Hauppauge, meaning "the land of sweet water," as in the headwaters of the Nissequogue River. The area of Hauppauge was acquired as part of the land purchase from the Native American Indians by Richard "Bull" Smith in the 1600's. Hauppauge was formally settled as a town by prominent businessman, Thomas Wheeler in 1753 and for a while, the settlement took his name. However, in the 1860s the name of the town was restored to Hauppauge. 
 
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