13440 Public School

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rome Free Academy School 95 Dart Circle Rome NY 13441 2.5 miles from 13440 315-334-7201

Madison Park High School 4937 Spring Road Verona NY 13478 7.2 miles from 13440 315-361-5510

Oriskany High School 1312 Utica Street Oriskany NY 13424 7.2 miles from 13440 315-768-2063

Westmoreland Elementary School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 7.7 miles from 13440 315-557-2626

Westmoreland High School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 7.7 miles from 13440 315-557-2616

Westmoreland Middle School 5176 New York 233 Westmoreland NY 13490 7.7 miles from 13440 315-557-2618

John D George Elementary School 5647 East Main Street Verona NY 13478 8.0 miles from 13440 315-363-2580

NA Walbran Elementary School 8610 New York 69 Oriskany NY 13424 8.3 miles from 13440 315-768-2149

VVS High School 5275 Highway 31 Verona NY 13478 8.7 miles from 13440 315-829-7440

Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District 5275 Highway 31 Verona NY 13478 8.7 miles from 13440 315-829-2520

Whitesboro High School Rt 291 Marcy NY 13403 9.1 miles from 13440 315-266-3216

Westmoreland School 8596 Westmoreland Road Whitesboro NY 13492 9.7 miles from 13440 315-266-3442

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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.