Find Onondaga County New York public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools, school districts, boards, systems and PTAs. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.
Allen Road School 803 Allen Road Syracuse NY 13212 315-218-2300
Bellevue Elementary School 530 Stolp Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 315-435-4520
Blodgett School 312 Oswego Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4386
Brewerton Elementary School 9530 Brewerton Road Brewerton NY 13029 315-668-4201
CS Driver Middle School 2 Reed Parkway Marcellus NY 13108 315-673-6200
Camillus Middle School 5525 Ike Dixon Road Camillus NY 13031 315-672-3159
Catherine M Mcnamara Elementary School 7344 Obrien Road Baldwinsville NY 13027 315-638-6130
Cato Meridian Elementary School 370 New York State Bicycle Route 5 Elbridge NY 13060 315-626-3320
Cato Meridian Middle School 370 New York State Bicycle Route 5 Elbridge NY 13060 315-626-3319
Cato Meridian Senior High School 370 New York State Bicycle Route 5 Elbridge NY 13060 315-626-3317
Charles W Baker High School 29 East Oneida Street Baldwinsville NY 13027 315-638-6008
Cherry Road Elementary School 201 Cherry Road Syracuse NY 13219 315-426-3300
Chestnut Hill Elementary School 200 Saslon Park Drive Liverpool NY 13088 315-453-0242
Chestnut Hill Middle School 204 Saslon Park Drive Liverpool NY 13088 315-453-0245
Cicero Elementary School 5979 Route 31 Cicero NY 13039 315-218-2500
Cicero-North Syracuse High School 6002 Route 31 Cicero NY 13039 315-218-4100
Clary Middle School 100 Amidon Drive Syracuse NY 13205 315-435-4411
Corcoran High School 919 Glenwood Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 315-435-4321
Danforth Magnet Elementary 309 West Brighton Avenue Syracuse NY 13205 315-435-4535
Delaware Academy 900 South Geddes Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4540
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.
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.
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.