Wheelerville Union Free School District is located at 2417 State Highway 10 Caroga Lake, NY. This small New York school system offer education for grades K through 8.
Wheelerville Union Free School district is a small rural school serving 158 students in grades K-8. Another 85 students from the District attend high school eight miles away in Johnstown, New York with some also receiving instruction at the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Career Education Center.
At Wheelerville, students are provided with services and extra programs comparable to those offered in larger districts. The District strives to be competitive with similar school districts within New York State and to successfully meet standards established by the Board of Regents.
At one time Wheelerville was the smallest Union Free School in the state. During the 1940’s and 50's, the population began to increase which led to an expansion of the school facilities. In 1968, a merger was threatened with a larger school district. The merger did not occur; however, Wheelerville lost some students in the process. This made it impractical to operate a high school program and resulted in grades 9-12 being sent to Johnstown High School. The Wheelerville Union Free School District survives today with new facilities constructed in 1991 which serve 158 students in grades K-8.
Wheelerville Union Free School District
2417 State Highway 10
Caroga Lake, NY 12032
Fulton County, New York
Serving grades K-8
Student / Teacher Ratio: 10.9
Schools in this District: 1
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|