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Offering students more than a basic education

Today’s graduate needs much more than a basic education. Beyond the state-mandated core curriculum, Schoharie Central School provides:

• Full-day kindergarten, including an additional classroom this year to maintain age-appropriate class sizes

• A focus on early literacy, laying the foundation for long-term academic achievement, including a joint venture through which SCS hosts two HeadStart classrooms

• 17 high school classes for which students can earn college credit, including four
advanced placement (AP) classes and 13 University in the High School classes

• Additional AP classes provided through funding from the Virtual AP Grant

• A network of specialized programs and services to provide extra help for students who struggle in grades K-12

• Computer lab access for students in all grade levels

• WiFi throughout SCS buildings, filtered for safety and appropriateness, and available to SCS guests

• Electronic learning tools such as SMARTBoards, document cameras and a 3-D projector, that help teachers reach children who respond to different learning styles and increase class participation

 

 

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