Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Elementary and High Schools In The Rochester Area

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School districts

  • Pittsford Central Schools.  "Pittsford Central School District, in partnership with the community, is dedicated to developing the potential of each student. Together, we take responsibility for providing a safe and nurturing environment in which all students can learn.

    Pittsford Central School District, as an educational leader, provides experiences which maximize the student's academic, artistic, social, emotional, and physical development. We encourage students to develop positive self-esteem, respect for others, a capacity for productive participation in a global society, and a commitment to lifelong learning."
  • Rochester City School District.  "The Rochester City School District schools and programs serve more than 59,000 students from preschool through adult.
  • Palmyra-Macedon Central School District

Charter Schools

Rochester Academy

Rochester Academy Charter School.  "RACS is Rochester’s ONLY Tuition Free, College Preparatory Charter School for Grades 7-12.

RACS program rests upon a rigorous curriculum that particularly focuses on mathematics and science. State guidelines and other successful college preparation programs including the Rochester Academy Charter School have been utilized to establish specific, rigorous, manageable and measurable academic standards. This will eventually clearly define what each student should know and be able to do upon completion of each grade level and/or grade cluster (intermediate level for grades 7-8 and commencement level for grades 9-12). All courses align with the New York State Learning Standards, every unit addresses state standards and every state standard receives sufficient attention during the year.

Rochester Academy Charter School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rochester Academy Charter School (RACS) is to provide students in grades seven through twelve with rigorous, challenging academics through hands-on, meaningful learning opportunities that will provide them with the skills necessary to be successful academically, socially, and emotionally. Our main focus is to instill intrinsic motivation in our students where their individual characteristics will drive our instruction. Students will be responsible citizens for themselves and others. The instructional focus on Math and Science will prepare our students for the ever-changing technological economy. Students’ expertise in Math and Science will be evident in Olympiad championships and global competitions. Most importantly, students who graduate from RACS will be self-confident individuals prepared to take on the challenges of our community and eventually, our world." (New 2/19/10)

Public Schools

Private Schools

  • Allendale Columbia School. "For a lifetime of success!"
  • Bishop Kearny High School.
  • Canandaigua Academy
  • Charles G. Finney Corporate High School. "Educating Today The Exemplary Leaders Of Tomorrow."
  • Cobblestone School.  "Cobblestone School is a private, alternative school in Rochester, NY. It was founded in 1983 by a group of parents who wanted a school for their children where the students had an opportunity to become actively involved in their own learning and growth, guided by caring and interested teachers. Cobblestone has succeeded in creating a child centered environment for grades PreK - 8 where students, teachers and parents become partners in the child's education. It is truly a place ..."
  • Greece Montessori School.  "The Greece Montessori School was established in 1971 by an interested group of parents who had met monthly for a year to study Montessori and then decided that there was a need in the area for a school offering the Montessori curriculum to pre-school children.
  • The Greece Montessori School is a non-profit organization with no religious affiliation. The school is affiliated with the Association Montessori International and is chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York."
  • Harley School.
  • McQuaid High School.
  • Nazareth Schools.  "In a school system that begins when children are three years old and continues through high school graduation, Nazareth Schools provide students with opportunities for learning that challenge the mind and enrich the spirit. The guidance and leadership of the Sisters of St. Joseph echo throughout the classrooms and halls of our upper, middle and lower schools–creating an environment that serves all, without making distinctions. Peek into classrooms at Nazareth Schools and you'll see children of every race, every economic level, and every philosophical background. You'll see energized students engaged in learning and enthusiastic about coming to school. At Nazareth, every child has the opportunity to succeed, and "success" is an important word in every student's vocabulary."
  • Our Lady of Mercy High School
  • Rochester Christian School.  "Positively Academic, Thoroughly Christian." 
  • Trinity Montessori School.  "A Warm and loving community, where your child's journey to the future begins! At Trinty the purpose of education is to help your child realize her or his potential. Our Montessori philosophy inspires a life long love of learning and prepares your child to become a peaceful world citizen." 

Organizations

  • Greater Rochester Area Association of Private Schools.  "Parents choose private schools because they make a difference. A marked difference in academic achievement, and in social-emotional security and confidence. A difference in the future of the students, in the possibilities they are able to envision in themselves. Rochester area private schools have been making a difference in families' lives for more than a century. They have the independence to adapt to and prepare students for our rapidly changing world. The twenty-six schools in the Greater Rochester Association of Private Schools invite you to broaden the possibilities for your child's future by exploring the unique programs we have to offer. We will help pave the way as you set out with your child on the journey of inspiration." 

 

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