13204 Public School

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Blodgett School 312 Oswego Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4386

Delaware Academy 900 South Geddes Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4540

Fowler High School 227 Magnolia Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4376

Frazer K-8 School 741 Park Avenue Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4555

Porter Elementary School 512 Emerson Avenue Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4625

Seymour Dual Language Academy 108 Shonnard Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-435-4645

Syracuse Academy Of Science Charter School 1001 Park Avenue Syracuse NY 13204 315-428-8997

Bellevue Elementary School 530 Stolp Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 1.4 miles from 13204 315-435-4520

Solvay Elementary School 701 Woods Road Syracuse NY 13209 1.6 miles from 13204 315-488-5422

Cherry Road Elementary School 201 Cherry Road Syracuse NY 13219 1.8 miles from 13204 315-426-3300

Franklin Elementary School 428 South Alvord Street Syracuse NY 13208 1.8 miles from 13204 315-435-4550

Westhill High School 4501 Onondaga Boulevard Syracuse NY 13219 1.9 miles from 13204 315-426-3100

Syracuse City School Preschool 220 West Kennedy Street Syracuse NY 13205 2.0 miles from 13204 315-435-4276

Solvay High School 600 Gertrude Avenue Syracuse NY 13209 2.0 miles from 13204 315-468-2551

Dr King Elementary School 416 East Raynor Avenue Syracuse NY 13202 2.0 miles from 13204 315-435-4580

Grant Middle School 2400 Grant Boulevard Syracuse NY 13208 2.2 miles from 13204 315-435-4433

Roberts K-8 School 715 Glenwood Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 2.2 miles from 13204 315-435-4635

Elmwood School 1728 South Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 2.3 miles from 13204 315-435-4545

Dr Weeks Elementary School 710 Hawley Avenue Syracuse NY 13203 2.3 miles from 13204 315-435-4097

Corcoran High School 919 Glenwood Avenue Syracuse NY 13207 2.3 miles from 13204 315-435-4321

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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.

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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.