Batavia City School District is located at 39 Washington Avenue Batavia, NY. The Batavia City School District offers public educations for grades K through 12 and it is located in Genesee County, New York. The Batavia City Schools Board of Education is responsible to the State of New York and to local school district residents for the education of public school students. The school board carries out the laws and regulations pertaining to the education of young people.
The Batavia City School District is committed to life long learning. All of the staff and teachers value lifelong learning and teach with the believe goal to develop life long learners among our children. Officials want them to choose to continue learning when the school day ends. They pledge to you that we will remain current in our educational practices and committed to igniting a passion for learning in each of your children.
Historically Batavia is the Birthplace of Western New York. In 1802, Joseph Ellicott, agent for the Holland Land Company, established the Holland Land Office as his administrative headquarters. The Holland Land Purchase included 3.5 million acres in Western New York. The Purchase extended south to Pennsylvania, north to Lake Ontario, west to Lake Erie, and a few miles to the east of Batavia.
Today, all major western New York State routes still lead to Batavia and the New York State Thruway, Interstate 90, borders the northern boundary of the City. In the heart of Batavia, the Holland Land Office Museum specializes in the history of Genesee County.
Batavia City School District
39 Washington Avenue
Batavia, NY 14021
Genesee County, New York
Serving grades K-12, UE
Student / Teacher Ratio: 10.9
Schools in this District: 5
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006