Putnam County Public School

Find Putnam 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.

Austin Road Elementary School 390 Austin Road Mahopac NY 10541 845-628-1346

Brewster High School 50 Foggintown Road Brewster NY 10509 845-279-5051

C. V. Starr Intermediate School 20 Farm to Market Road Brewster NY 10509 845-279-4018

Carmel High School 30 Fair Street Carmel NY 10512 845-225-8441

Fulmar Road Elementary School 55 Fulmar Road Mahopac NY 10541 845-628-0440

Garden Street School 20 Garden Street Brewster NY 10509 845-279-5091

Garrison Union Free School 1100 Route 9D Garrison NY 10524 845-424-3689

George Fischer Middle School 281 Fair Street Carmel NY 10512 845-228-2300

Haldane Elementary School 15 Craigside Drive Cold Spring NY 10516 845-265-9254

Henry H Wells Middle School 570 New York 312 Brewster NY 10509 845-279-3702

John F Kennedy Junior School 31 Foggintown Road Brewster NY 10509 845-279-2087

Kent Elementary School 1091 New York 52 Carmel NY 10512 845-225-5029

Kent Primary School 1065 New York 52 Carmel NY 10512 845-225-5025

Lakeview Elementary School 112 Lakeview Drive Mahopac NY 10541 845-628-3331

Mahopac Falls Elementary School 100 Myrtle Avenue Mahopac NY 10541 845-621-0656

Mahopac High School 421 Baldwin Place Road Mahopac NY 10541 845-628-3256

Mahopac Middle School 425 Baldwin Place Road Mahopac NY 10541 845-621-1330

Maple Hill Elementary School 78 GAR Highway Garrison NY 10524 845-326-1740

Matthew Paterson Elementary School 71-100 South Street Patterson NY 12563 845-878-3211

Monhagen Middle School 78 GAR Highway Garrison NY 10524 845-326-1700

What is a Public School?

A public school is any educational institution which is funded by taxpayer money. This type of education is administered and overseen by a school board which is responsible to the citizens of a particular community. Public schools usually teach their students according to the standard curriculum approved by local school boards operating within educational guidelines and standards set at the state and federal levels.

Public schools work to ensure that all students have access to the basic educational programs required by state and federal laws. In contrast, private schools must meet educational standards set by their particular guidelines or charters and usually require parents to pay tuition expenses. In addition to education programs, public schools often provide additional services to qualified students, including on-site health care, counseling, and after-school activities such as sports programs.