A glimpse of the Scotia-Glenville Central
School District: enrollment, academic, financial
and graduation information
(grades K-5): 1,150
Middle School enrollment
Senior High enrollment
(grades 9-12): 856
(as of 9/12)
The Scotia-Glenville Philosophy
Scotia-Glenville schools stress a solid, traditional education that
emphasizes reading, writing and mathematics while nurturing creative
thought, critical thinking and expression through art, music,
technology, and physical education.
The district also offers excellent second language, business
education, home economics, industrial arts, vocational and special
education programs. Students are able to reach beyond the school
walls through Distance Learning, just one example of
Scotia-Glenville's commitment to technology.
Scotia-Glenville caters to students of all learning abilities.
Strong programs are offered for the gifted and talented child as
well as the academically-needy student.
The award-winning educational program is complemented by
opportunities for Scotia-Glenville students to participate in a
multitude of extracurricular and athletic activities.
Several Scotia-Glenville Schools have been commended for educational
Senior High (1986-1987)
Junior High School (1988-1989)
Sacandaga and Lincoln elementary schools (1985-1986) were named
National Schools of Excellence.
The Junior High (now Middle School) was
recognized as a National Drug Free School (1988-1989).
Sacandaga School was named a Blue Ribbon School in 1994 – one
of only 120 schools to be recognized twice.
Here is information about the development of the 2012-13 budget.
• Scotia and
per $1,000 assessed value
Amsterdam: $190.76 per $1,000
Charlton: $27.66 per $1,000
and Glenville home assessment:
school district tax bill in Scotia and Glenville:
(before STAR reductions)
Here are the the most recent standardized test scores achieved by
Scotia-Glenville's elementary, middle school and high school
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) - 2012
Scotia-Glenville Mean Scores
Profile of the
Class of 2012
Diplomas Granted: 203
Regents/Career Technology Education (CTE) Endorsement:
Regents with Honrs: 1
Advanced Regents: 78
Advanced Regents/CTE Endorsement:
Advanced Regents/Honors: 42
Advanced Regents with CTE: 2
Local Diplomas: 10
Program (IEP) Diplomas: 6
Foreign exchange students:
(not included in total above)
of S-G graduates received a Regents
diploma, Advanced Regents
or Regents/CTE diploma in June 2011;
in 1998, 55% of students graduated with a
AP and UHS college credit
Hundreds of Scotia-Glenville students receive college credit in
high school every year through the Advanced Placement (AP) and
University in the High School (UHS) programs. Find out about those
Plans for the Class of 2012:
Four-year college (100 students):
• Two-year college
• Armed services (6
• Employment (14
• Other (9 students):
• Vocational Training
Scotia-Glenville students attend
many prestigious colleges in the Capital District and throughout the
Here are a few college choices from recent years:
Cornell University, Syracuse University, Clarkson University, St.
John Fischer, Union College, Northeastern University, RPI, Marist
College, US Coast Guard Academy, College of St. Rose, Unversity of
Waterloo, Champlain College, Lehigh University, Southern Virginia
University, University of Hartford, Siena College, Rochester
Institute of Technology, St. Lawrence University, Ithaca College,
Drexel University, Salem State University, Mount Ida College,
University of Massachusetts, Boston University, Daniel Webster,
Dartmouth, Hofstra University, Providence College, Emmanuel College,
Hartwick College, University of Richmond and the State University of
New York system, both four-year and two-year colleges.