The Greene Central School District was organized in 1949, covers approximately 130 square miles and extends into nine townships, primarily in picturesque, rural Chenango County.
Student Population – The District serves approximately 970 students and is organized on a K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 plan. The District graduates an average of 85 students per year with approximately 84% continuing on to college.
Staff – The District employs approximately 105 instructional staff and 105 support staff with a Superintendent and four principals overseeing the District’s educational programs.
Programs– The District has developed an array of outstanding student programs, and consistently views curriculum and staff development from a K-12 district-wide perspective. Instructional technology is a priority. Each school has well-equipped laboratories and each classroom is connected through a fiber optic wide area network. The District’s students consistently score above State and local averages on NYS Assessments. Primary School students participate in the Morning Program. Intermediate and Primary School students participate in an award-winning Arts In Education program. We have expanded that Arts In Education program into the Middle and High School. Greene High School offers 33 college credit hours, a strong academic program, as well as career and technical education programs through our local BOCES. Extra curricular activities are important at all schools. Students participate in interscholastic athletics, music and drama.