Rush-Henrietta Central School District is located at 2034 Lehigh Sta Road Henrietta, NY and provides education for grades K-12. Rush-Henrietta Central School District celebrates its 60th anniversary of centralization. On November 14, 1946, Rush and Henrietta residents voted overwhelmingly to combine their small schools into a single district to provide children with more efficient and cost-effective educational opportunities. The vote was opposite of one held eight years earlier; in September 1938, voters rejected centralization by a 653-421 margin.
The Rush-Henrietta school district opened on July 1, 1947. George Yackel and John Parker, two well-known figures in education were appointed to lead the district. Students from many schools in Rush and Henrietta soon were brought together as one.
In demonstrating foresight and concern for the future, Rush and Henrietta residents realized in the 1940s that centralizing their school districts would provide enhanced opportunities for academic achievement and lifelong success. In keeping with that philosophy, today’s families in Rush-Henrietta are to be commended for their unwavering commitment to student learning. So, too, are the district’s staff members, both past and present, who dedicate their professional pursuits to fostering student learning.
The Rush-Henrietta Central School District thanks you for your continued support, and looks forward to many more decades of excellence in education. Together, the district is guiding student success.
Rush-Henrietta Central School District
2034 Lehigh Sta Road
Henrietta, NY 14467
Monroe County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 12
Schools in this District: 9
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|Other Professional Staff||110||5|
|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|