Schoharie County Public School

Find Schoharie 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.

Central School 132 Wyckoff Road Gilboa NY 12076 607-588-7541

Cobleskill-Richmondville High School 1353 Highway 7 Richmondville NY 12149 518-234-3565

George D Ryder Elementary School 143 Golding Drive Cobleskill NY 12043 518-234-2585

Jefferson County North High School 302 5th St Jefferson NY 12093 607-652-7821

Joseph B Radez Elementary School 319 Main Street Richmondville NY 12149 518-294-6621

Middleburgh Elementary School 245 Main Street Middleburgh NY 12122 518-827-3677

Middleburgh Junior/Senior High School 291 Main Street Middleburgh NY 12122 518-827-3600

Middleburgh Middle School 291 Main Street Middleburgh NY 12122 518-827-3614

Schoharie Elementary School 136 Academy Drive Schoharie NY 12157 518-295-6651

Schoharie High School 136 Academy Drive Schoharie NY 12157 518-295-6601

Sharon Springs Central School 514 Us-29 Sharon Springs NY 13459 518-284-2267

William H Golding Middle School 193 Golding Drive Cobleskill NY 12043 518-234-8368

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.