Whitesboro Central School District

Deerfield Elementary School

"Deerfield Elementary is one of four elementary schools nestled in the Whitesboro Central School District, in Central New York. Recently celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, Deerfield is a neighborhood school loved by students and their families.  Together, with the support of community members and families, the Deerfield faculty and staff create a safe and nurturing learning environment for students to grow. The mission is to build a strong foundation for lifelong learning that ensures each student's academic success as well as physical, social, and emotional well-being in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment."

Whitesboro Middle School

"Whitesboro Middle School students have a long standing tradition of educational excellence which is developed through open partnerships between our community, parents, students, teachers and administration. We believe in holding our students to the highest academic and behavioral standards while we "expect, model and praise excellence." The "Blue" Pride is alive and well here on our campus through our numerous extracurricular activities and organizations which we will begin later this fall"

Whitesboro High School

"This school year we will continue to focus on preparing our students to be Career and College Ready. It is our goal that 100% of our students will exceed all state requirements required for graduation. We strongly encourage our students to take advantage of the many opportunities offered at our school. Whitesboro High School students are given the opportunity to explore a variety of electives like our expanded college courses including: Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, and Syracuse University Project Advance coursework. We are particularly excited about adding Digital Applications, Drawing and Painting Appreciation, Fitness Room, Webpage Development, Mandarin Chinese 3 (Dual Credit) and American Sign Language 4 (Dual Credit) for this school year. Whitesboro High School continues to be one of only four high schools in the United States to incorporate an onsite Scanning Electronic Microscope into our instruction in our Nanotechnology and Science courses."