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Great Neck is a neighborhood on the peninsula of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Located at the geographical coordinates of 36.8818 degrees north latitude and 76.0499 degrees west longitude, it is bounded by the Eastern Branch of the Lynnhaven River to the west, Broad Bay and the neighborhood of Alanton to the east, the neighborhoods of Wolfsnare Plantation, Linkhorn Estates and North Virginia Beach to the south, and Long Creek and the neighborhood of Bay Island to the north. The main road serving the area is N. Great Neck Road (Virginia Route 615).
As part of Virginia Beach City, Great Neck is within the Virginia Beach City Public Schools District. The neighborhood is home to John B. Dey Elementary School, Great Neck Middle School and Frank W. Cox High School.
According to Niche, John B. Dey Elementary School is number 31 in the best public elementary schools in the Norfolk area. The highly rated school has a population of 781 students from pre-Kindergarten to 5th grade. Its student-to-teacher ratio is 22 to 1. Based on state test scores, 93% of its students are proficient in reading, and 94% are in math. Niche also gives it an overall grade of an A-minus. GreatSchools gives the elementary school a rating of an 8.
Situated adjacent to the John B. Dey Elementary School, on N. Great Neck Road, is Great Neck Middle School. Catering to students from 6th through 8th grade. This highly rated school is number 9 on the best public middle schools in the Norfolk area. It also has a Niche overall grade of an A-minus and a GreatSchools rating of a 9. The middle school has a total population of 1,112 students and a student-to-teacher ratio of 16 to 1.
Frank W. Cox High School was founded as the Northeast Junior High School in 1961 at the building that's now Great Neck Middle School. It was shortly renamed Frank W. Cox High School after the superintendent of the Virginia Beach City Public Schools System, frank Woodard Cox. In 1983, the high school was moved to its current location on Shorehaven Drive. It has an enrollment of 1,783 students from grades 9 through 12 and a student-to-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. Based on standardized test scores, 94% of the students are proficient in reading, and 955 are in math. Its Niche overall grade is also an A-minus, and its ranking is 11 in the best public high schools in the Norfolk area.
Located near Frank W. Cox High School is the 70-acre Great Neck Park. Created in 1990, the district park is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Amenities offered are:
The four baseball fields within the park have been leased by the Great Neck Baseball organization. Usage of the fields is approved through the organization only. Great Neck Park also features a gazebo that overlooks Lynnhaven Bay. Visitors to the park can enjoy the scenic view and tranquil atmosphere of the area. The gazebo on the bay has also been a designation for wedding ceremonies and photoshops.
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