Oneida County Public School

Find Oneida County New York public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher-student ratios.


Adirondack Middle School 8181 Highway 294 Boonville NY 13309 315-942-9202


Adirondack Senior High School 8181 Highway 294 Boonville NY 13309 315-942-9200

Albany Elementary School 1151 Albany Street Utica NY 13501 315-368-6500

Annsville Elementary School 9374 Main Street Taberg NY 13471 315-334-8030

Bellamy Elementary School 7118 Brennon Avenue Rome NY 13440 315-338-5260

Boonville Elementary School 110 Ford Street Boonville NY 13309 315-942-9220

Camden Elementary School 1 Oswego Street Camden NY 13316 315-245-2616

Camden Middle School 32 Union Street Camden NY 13316 315-245-0080

Camden Senior High School 55 Oswego Street Camden NY 13316 315-245-3168

Christopher Columbus Elementary School 934 Armory Drive Utica NY 13501 315-368-6520

Clinton Senior High School 75 Chenango Avenue South Clinton NY 13323 315-557-2253

Deerfield Elementary School 5604 Trenton Road Utica NY 13502 315-266-3410

Durhamville Elementary School 5462 Main Street Durhamville NY 13054 315-363-8065

E A McAllister Elementary School 217 Kinsley Street Sherrill NY 13461 315-363-3080

Forestport Elementary School 10275 Highway 28 Forestport NY 13338 315-392-2700

Gansevoort Elementary School 758 West Liberty Street Rome NY 13440 315-334-5180

General Herkimer Elementary School 420 Keyes Road Utica NY 13502 315-368-6600

General William Floyd Elementary School 9601 Main Street Holland Patent NY 13354 315-865-5721

George R Staley Upper Elementary School 620 East Bloomfield Street Rome NY 13440 315-338-5300

Hart Hill Elementary School 8551 Clark Mills Road Whitesboro NY 13492 315-266-3430

Holland Patent Central High School 9601 Main Street Holland Patent NY 13354 315-865-7200

Holland Patent Middle School 9601 Main Street Holland Patent NY 13354 315-865-8152

Hugh R Jones Elementary School 2630 Remington Road Utica NY 13501 315-368-6740

Hughes Elementary School 340 Higby Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-738-9350

John D George Elementary School 5647 East Main Street Verona NY 13478 315-363-2580

John E Joy Elementary School 8194 Bielby Road Rome NY 13440 315-334-1260

John F Hughes Elementary School 24 Prospect Street Utica NY 13501 315-368-6620

John F. Kennedy Middle School 500 Deerfield Drive East Utica NY 13502 315-792-2086

Kernan Elementary School 929 York Street Utica NY 13502 315-368-6761

Louis V Denti Elementary School 1001 Ruby Street Rome NY 13440 315-338-5360

Lyndon High School 801 Laurel Street Rome NY 13440 315-338-5201

Madison Park High School 4937 Spring Road Verona NY 13478 315-361-5510

Marcy Elementary School 9479 Maynard Drive Marcy NY 13403 315-266-3420

Martin Luther King Jr School 211 Square Street Utica NY 13501 315-368-6720

McConnellsville Elementary School 8564 Route 13 Blossvale NY 13308 315-245-3412

Memorial School 145 Bacon Street East Waterville NY 13480 315-841-3784

Myles Elementary School 100 Clinton Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-738-9600

NA Walbran Elementary School 8610 New York 69 Oriskany NY 13424 315-768-2149

New Hartford Senior High School 33 Oxford Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-624-1214

New York Mills Elementary School 1 Marauder Boulevard New York Mills NY 13417 315-768-8129

North Bay Area School 2050 New York 49 Blossvale NY 13308 315-245-2640

Oneida-Herkimer-Madison Boces 4747 Middle Settlement Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-793-8696

Oriskany High School 1312 Utica Street Oriskany NY 13424 315-768-2063

Parkway Middle School 65 Oriskany Boulevard Whitesboro NY 13492 315-266-3175

Ralph Perry Junior High School 9499 Weston Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-738-9300

Remsen Elementary School 9733 Main Street Remsen NY 13438 315-831-3851

Ridge Park Charter Academy 7841 Ridge Mills Road Rome NY 13440 315-334-1281

Robert L Bradley Elementary School 33 Oxford Road New Hartford NY 13413 315-624-1220

Rome Free Academy School 95 Dart Circle Rome NY 13441 315-334-7201

Roscoe Conkling Elementary School 1115 Mohawk Street Utica NY 13501 315-368-6800

Sauquoit Valley High School 2601 Oneida Street Sauquoit NY 13456 315-839-6316

Sauquoit Valley Middle School 2601 Oneida Street Sauquoit NY 13456 315-839-6371

Senator James H Donovan Middle School 1701 Noyes Street Utica NY 13502 315-792-2006

Stokes School 9095 Turin Road Rome NY 13440 315-334-1221

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School 190 Booth Street Utica NY 13502 315-368-6700

Thomas R. Proctor High School 1203 Hilton Avenue Utica NY 13501 315-368-6400

VVS High School 5275 Highway 31 Verona NY 13478 315-829-7440

Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District 5275 Highway 31 Verona NY 13478 315-829-2520

Waterville Junior/Senior High School 381 Madison Street Waterville NY 13480 315-841-3818

Watson Williams School 107 Elmwood Place Utica NY 13501 315-792-2167

Westmoreland Elementary School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 315-557-2626

Westmoreland High School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 315-557-2616

Westmoreland Middle School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 315-557-2618

Westmoreland School 8596 Westmoreland Road Whitesboro NY 13492 315-266-3442

Whitesboro High School Rt 291 Marcy NY 13403 315-266-3216

Whitesboro Middle School 75 Oriskany Boulevard Whitesboro NY 13492 315-266-3100

William Wettel Elementary School 4329 Peterboro Street Vernon NY 13476 315-829-3615

About Public Schools

How are Public Schools funded?

Public Schools are publicly funded, largely through taxes. Most funding comes from state, county and local sources, with the federal government providing a relatively small share of Public School funding. Some Public Schools may charge fees for specific programs and activities, such as athletics and clubs.

What is "school choice"?

Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

What are Vocational-Technical Schools?

Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.