Scotia-Glenville Central School District is located at 900 Preddice Parkway Scotia, NY Serving grades K-12. Scotia-Glenville schools stress a solid, traditional education that emphasizes reading, writing and mathematics while nurturing creative thought, critical thinking and expression through art, music, technology, and physical education. Scotia-Glenville caters to students of all learning abilities. Strong programs are offered for the gifted and talented child as well as the academically-needy student. The award-winning educational program is complemented by opportunities for Scotia-Glenville students to participate in a multitude of extracurricular and athletic activities.
The district also offers excellent second language, business education, home economics, industrial arts, vocational and special education programs. Students are able to reach beyond the school walls through Distance Learning, just one example of Scotia-Glenville's commitment to technology.
Ten common schools joined as one with the centralization of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District in 1950. From 1951-53, the Glendaal, Glen-Worden and Lincoln Elementary schools were built. The Mohawk, Thomas Corners and Sacandaga schools, as well as the former Scotia High School on Sacandaga Road, continued to be used along with the three "newer" elementary schools. Of the pre-centralization schools, only the Sacandaga School continues to house Scotia-Glenville students. From 1953-55, the High School was constructed. The Junior High School opened in 1974.
Scotia-Glenville Central School District
900 Preddice Parkway
Scotia, NY 12302
Schenectady County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13.6
Schools in this District: 6
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|