The village is located within the East Ramapo School District.
Schools in New Hempstead:
Landmarks and places of interest
- The Brick Church - 220 Brick Church Road - The church was founded by Dutch settlers in 1774 and was once known as the Reformed Church of West New Hempstead. Its present home was built in 1857 with bricks made from clay mined during the heyday of Haverstraw's brick industry. The graves of Revolutionary War soldiers and some original settlers are found in its church yard. Its cemetery building once served as the town hall for Haverstraw and later for Ramapo. Due to overcrowding in the East Ramapo school district buildings in the 1960s, the district made use of the Brick Church school. Recently the church celebrated its 150th anniversary. (NRHP)
- The English Meeting House (now the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church) - First English-speaking church west of the Hudson River in New York state.
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