SYOSSET - Long Island's first specialized high school for science is set to close in June due to low enrollment.
 
The Doshi Stem Institute in Syosset was founded in 2013, according to a Newsday article, but enrollment has now dwindled down to 46 students. 
 
The school shares its campus with the Long Island High School for the Arts, which received a $1 million donation from Billy Joel, according to Newsday. 
 
Nassau BOCES Superintendent Robert Dillon informed parents about the school's closure at a meeting Monday night in Syosset. The reasons for the closure include the low enrollment, along with a $1 million budget gap, says Newsday.
 
Nassau BOCES Board of Trustees will meet about the closure on Thursday.