Williamsville Central School District is located at 105 Casey Road East Amherst, NY. This public school system provides excellent learning opportunities for grades K through 12 for both Amherst and Williamsville, New York. Amherst is a town in Erie County, New York, just northeast of the City of Buffalo. On April 10, 1818, the Town of Amherst was officially created by an Act of the Senate of the State of New York.
Williamsville became an incorporated village in 1850, and is considered hamlets. The Town of Amherst encompasses most of the Village of Williamsville.
The town is by the northern part of the county and borders a small section of the Erie Canal. The town is the largest and most populous suburb of Buffalo. As the largest suburban school district in Western New York, Williamsville Central encompasses 40 square miles including portions of the towns of Amherst, Clarence and Cheektowaga. This school district offers a comprehensive, high quality instructional program to students from Kindergarten through high school graduation. Guided by the New York State Learning Standards and assessments, the District has articulated specific grade level curricula for all content area disciplines.
Rich technology is used to promote knowledge and understanding for students, who will retrieve and manage information efficiently, communicate effectively, collaborate with others, solve problems creatively, think critically, remain flexible, and continue to learn. Through the use of technology our students will develop their unique potential and character, become self-directed citizens, and thrive in a challenging and rapidly changing global community.
Williamsville Central School District
105 Casey Road
East Amherst, NY 14051
Erie County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13.2
Schools in this District: 13
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|Other Professional Staff||80||1|
|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|