The Middleburgh Central School District is committed to
ensuring that all students have an equal opportunity to become
responsible citizens, productive workers and lifelong learners.
The district recognizes we must address individual differences,
be open to change, and dedicated to lifelong learning.
Approximately 82 faculty members and 100 non-instructional and
professional staff interact and work with students every day.
known for small class sizes, many of which have fewer than 25
Programs ranging from classroom enrichment to special education
are offered to meet each child’s needs. Accelerative
mathematics, science and Spanish are offered, along with home
and careers, technology and the arts. The high school offers a
variety of choices for students. There are 8-10 college
credit-bearing courses, which give students the ability to enter
college with a possible 30 credits. MCS has a federally funded
after-school and summer program for students in the elementary
and middle school.
Middleburgh Central Schools acted as the lead district to fund a
study that developed in the Schoharie Area District Learning
Network, which allows students to take additional courses via
two-way television. The network has grown from the original
three schools to now involve Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Cohoes,
Duanesburg, Scotia-Glenville, Schoharie Career and Technical
School and Voorheesville.
Current courses taught over the distance learning network
include AP Psychology, Sociology, Women Writers, Poetry,
Psychology, Theater Arts, Philosophy, Environmental Science and
To reinforce our beliefs and achieve our goals, the Middleburgh
Central School District commits itself to the following:
The student is our primary focus;
The community and the district are educational partners
working together to meet the needs of the students;
Our greatest resource is our staff;
Staff skills are developed and enhanced to meet students’
All staff focus on continuous improvement;
Innovation and the sharing of knowledge and new techniques is
The concept of lifelong learning is affirmed;
We continually assess, respond to and address community needs;
We measure our success by improved student outcomes.
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