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Moving to New York State? Your child’s education is in good hands. High graduation rates, dedicated educators, and well-maintained facilities are just some of the things you and your kids can look forward to.

Albany, NY

The City School District of Albany works with the city’s diverse communities towards engaging every learner in a well-rounded educational program, one that provides all the skill and knowledge needed to succeed in life.

The district has over 1,600 staff and faculty that offer support to approximately 9,700 students through the following schools:

  • Albany School of Humanities (ASH)
  • Arbor Hill Elementary School
  • Delaware Community School (formerly PS 18)
  • Eagle Point Elementary School (formerly PS 27)
  • Giffen Memorial Elementary School
  • Montessori Magnet School
  • New Scotland Elementary School (formerly PS 19)
  • North Albany Academy (formerly PS 20)
  • Philip J. Schuyler Achievement Academy
  • Prekindergarten-Grade 5
  • Pine Hills Elementary School (formerly PS 16)
  • Sheridan Preparatory Academy
  • Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology (TOAST)
  • Edmund J. O’Neal Middle School of Excellence
  • Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School
  • William S. Hackett Middle School
  • Albany International Center
  • Tony Clement Center for Education
  • Albany High School
  • Abrookin Career and Technical Center
  • Albany International Center
  • Tony Clement Center for Education

Lake George, NY

The Lake George Central School District serves grades K-12 in Warren County. The district provides students, staff, and faculty access to quality education and state-of-the-art facilities. It ensures that all children develop problem-solving skills and lifelong learning needed to be upstanding citizens in a tech-driven society.

Schools that fall under the district include:

  • Lake George Elementary School
  • Lake George Junior-Senior High School

These schools make use of technology in a way that is curriculum-driven and fully integrated into the school setting. The goal is to use technology that allow students to become self-motivated and self-directed learners, as well as become individuals who know how to locate and analyze information, communicate ideas, solve problems, and collaborate with others in a meaningful way.

Saratoga Springs, NY

The Saratoga Springs City School District consistently ranks among the top districts for academics in the Capital Region, with a graduation rate that has increased steadily to 94%. It is backed by an estimated 1,100 staff, faculty, and administrators who help equip children with the skills necessary for academic success.

Schools that fall under the district include:

  • Caroline Street Elementary School
  • Division Street Elementary School
  • Dorothy Nolan Elementary School
  • Geyser Road Elementary School
  • Greenfield Elementary School
  • Lake Avenue Elementary School
  • Maple Avenue Middle School
  • Saratoga Springs High School