Pelham Union Free School District continues building on a tradition of excellence; Pelham has kept pace with changing expectations and higher standards. The results are numerous, evident in terms of student performance, new programs, and expanded curricula. School officials looking toward the next decade; plan to build on this tradition. They will continue to explore new academic opportunities for all students. The personal and social development of the students remains a priority as we prepare them to succeed in an increasingly uncertain, competitive and complex society beyond high school.
The arts play a major role in the Pelham Union Free School District and it is reflected not only in the award-winning theater productions, art exhibitions, and musical performances that have occurred throughout its history but also in the way participation in the various programs transforms students. The Pelham Board of Education is made up of seven district residents; each elected to serve a three-year term without pay. Their primary responsibility is to establish policies for the educational program and the management of the District
Pelham Union Free School District provides a nurturing environment that are characterized by mutual respect, promoting the intellectual, social, emotional, physical and aesthetic development of their students. They celebrate diversity and foster a sense of belonging for all children, emphasizing the importance of contributing to the greater community.
Pelham Union Free School District
18 Franklin Place
Pelham, NY 10803
Westchester County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 12.5
Schools in this District: 6
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|Other Professional Staff||21||1|
|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|