Our Mission Statement: Schooling, Caring, Succeeding
The Schuylerville Central School District’s mission of schooling, caring and succeeding is a mission for all of our students. The academic achievement and development of the whole child is the driving force in enriching opportunities for all students through academics and extracurricular activities.
The district emphasizes that it has zero tolerance for racism of any kind. As a public school entity, we firmly believe that it is our moral obligation and civic duty to provide a fair and equitable education for all students. This has always been our cornerstone and always will be. We will always review our practices and policies to ensure we continue to foster a supportive educational environment for all students. We support and recognize the important role diversity plays in our school community and community at large, and remain committed to making sure our district culture reflects that.
About Schuylerville Central School District
Schuylerville Central School District is located in Saratoga County, situated in a scenic, close-knit community. The campus is 10 miles east of Saratoga Springs and 40 miles north of Albany. The district is made up of seven towns and covers an area of 100 square miles. Schuylerville Central School District has three schools—the elementary school (grades K-5), the middle school (grades 6-8), and the high school (grades 9-12.) The district also has a Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) program, provided by the Saratoga Regional YMCA and housed at Schuylerville Elementary School. The UPK program is fully funded, year-to-year, by a non-competitive, federal grant. UPK is an early learning program within the district designed to meet the social, emotional, and academic needs of four-year-old children, as well as provide an excellent foundation to their education prior to kindergarten. Schuylerville CSD is committed to helping its 1,324 students meet the rigorous demands of today’s academic environment while also maintaining a personalized, “small school” feel. More than 150 professionals work to support all levels of students throughout the district.
Academics and Beyond
In addition to traditional academic courses, Schuylerville students are able to take advantage of a wide variety of programs, including advanced placement classes, distance learning courses, a multi-year authentic research class, career exploration experiences and college credit-bearing courses. Our learners use the latest technology. Computer instruction is given at every grade level and the latest technological equipment is integrated into daily classroom activities and also in specialized graphic arts, engineering, agriculture, music and photography courses. This commitment to student achievement means our students consistently score well on standardized exams.
Class of 2023 Diplomas
- Advanced Regents with Honors: 30 students
- Advanced Regents: 18 students
- Regents with Honors: 4 students
- Regents: 51 students
- Career Development and Occupational Studies: 2 students
Mastery in Math & Science: 23 students
Mastery in Math: 1 student
Mastery in Science: 4 students
CTE Endorsement: 18 students
CDOS: 31 students
Schuylerville’s extracurricular activities complement the formal education students receive, resulting in well-rounded graduates who value lifelong learning and become caring, productive members of society. Students can participate in clubs devoted to many different interest areas—from community service to art, music and foreign cultures. The district’s athletic program has more than 40 teams from which to choose. All of these opportunities combine to extend learning opportunities far beyond the typical school day. The district supports various post-high school plans that students choose upon graduation, as outlined below.
Class of 2023 Future Plans
- Four-Year Colleges/Universities (55 students)
- Two-Year Colleges/Universities (23 students)
- Employment (22 students)
- Other (4 students)
- Military (1 student)