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List of school districts in New York's Capital District

Map of the Capital District

This is a list of school districts in New York's Capital District. School districts in New York are publicly funded and are the most local government bodies in the state; school district budgets are the only budgets that state citizens have a direct impact on: budget votes take place on the third Tuesday in May annually. The Capital District's largest school district is Schenectady City School District, with 9,971 students in the 2008-2009 school year. The smallest district is North Greenbush Common School District, with 23 students in its one-room schoolhouse during the 2007-2008 school year.

List

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District Type
Enrollment
(2008)[1]
BOCES
County School
buildings
Image
Albany City
school
district
8,336 None[2] Albany
Albany High School
Argyle Central
school
district
688 Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Averill Park Central
school
district
3408 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Ballston Spa Central
school
district
4409 Questar III[5] Saratoga
Berlin Central
school
district
942 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Berne-
Knox-
Westerlo
Central
school
district
1,049 Capital
Region[2]
Albany,
Schoharie
Bethlehem Central
school
district
5,112 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Bolton Central
school
district
268 Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Warren
Brunswick
(Brittonkill)
Central
school
district
1,363 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Tamarac Secondary
Burnt Hills-
Ballston Lake
Central
school
district
3,405 Capital
Region[2]
Saratoga,
Schenectady
Cairo-Durham Central
school
district
1666 Questar III[5] Greene
Cambridge Central
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Catskill Central
school
district
1781 Questar III[5] Greene
Chatham Central
school
district
1314 Questar III[5] Columbia
Cobleskill-
Richmondville
Central
school
district
2,036 Capital
Region[2]
Schoharie
Cohoes City
school
district
2,066 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Corinth Central
school
district
1300 Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Saratoga
Coxsackie-
Athens
Central
school
district
1555 Questar III[5] Greene
Duanesburg Central
school
district
950 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady,
Albany,
Schoharie
East
Greenbush
Central
school
district
4555 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Fort Ann Central
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Fort Edward Union
free
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Galway Central
school
district
1174 Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Saratoga
Germantown Central
school
district
638 Questar III[5] Columbia
Glens Falls City
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Warren
Glens Falls Common
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Warren
Granville Central
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Green Island Union
free
school
district
339 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Greenville Central
school
district
1363 Questar III[5] Greene
Greenwich Central
school
district
Washington-
Saratoga-
Warren-
Hamilton-
Essex[4]
Washington
Guilderland Central
school
district
5,365 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Hoosic Valley Central
school
district
1226 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Hoosick Falls Central
school
district
1273 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Hudson City
school
district
2012 Questar III[5] Columbia
Kinderhook City
school
district
2140 Questar III[5] Columbia
Lansingburgh Central
school
district
2559 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Menands Union
free
school
district
241 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Middleburgh Central
school
district
903 Capital
Region[2]
Schoharie
Mohonasen Central
school
district
3,232 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady,
Albany
New Lebanon Central
school
district
539 Questar III[5] Columbia
Niskayuna Central
school
district
4,274 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady,
Albany,
Saratoga
North Colonie Central
school
district
5,646 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
North
Greenbush
Common
school
district
23 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Ravena-
Coeymans-
Selkirk
Central
school
district
2,117 Capital
Region[2]
Albany,
Greene
Rensselaer City
school
district
1007 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Schalmont Central
school
district
2,037 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady,
Albany,
Montgomery
Schenectady City
school
district
9,394 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady
Schodack Central
school
district
1118 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Schoharie Central
school
district
1,015 Capital
Region[2]
Schoharie
Scotia-
Glenville
Central
school
district
2,882 Capital
Region[2]
Schenectady
Sharon Springs Central
school
district
397 Capital
Region[2]
Schoharie
Shenendehowa Central
school
district
9,745 Capital
Region[2]
Saratoga
South Colonie Central
school
district
5,465 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Taconic Hills Central
school
district
1718 Questar III[5] Columbia
Troy Enlarged
city
school
district
4035 Questar III[5] Rensselaer
Voorheesville Central
school
district
1,227 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Watervliet City
school
district
1,339 Capital
Region[2]
Albany
Wynantskill Union
free
school
district
384 Questar III[5] Rensselaer

References

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  7. ^ "Ballston Spa School District Homepage". Retrieved 2009-11-07. 
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  10. ^ "About BCSD- Bethlehem Central School District". Bethlehem Central School District. Retrieved 2009-10-30. 
  11. ^ "Overview of the BH-BL Community". Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District. Retrieved 2009-10-31. 
  12. ^ "Cairo-Durham Central School District Homepage". Cairo-Durham Central School District. Retrieved 2009-11-01. 
  13. ^ "Chatham Central School District Homepage". Chatham Central School District. Retrieved 2009-11-02. 
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  24. ^ "Ichabod Crane Central School District Homepage". Ichabod Crane Central School District. Retrieved 2009-11-07. 
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  31. ^ "Directions to RCS". Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Central School District. Retrieved 2009-11-01. 
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