Brockport Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Brockport, NY. It has 3,417 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
Brockport Central School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Brockport Central School District
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Brockport Central School District Reviews
As an Urban Suburban student, I find Brockport to be a place of isolation and stress. Diversity is so limited and the student population tend to be intolerable to people of different backgrounds. As a black and Hispanic female, I find the conservative and ignorant environment draining. I went into the program looking to get a better education and more opportunities, but since I was placed in Brockport in the 4th grade I have felt like my education has been clouded by the ignorance of my peers and administration. Education about social issues such as racism, sexism, and homophobia is the key to improving Brockport.
Overall, have learned a lot. Very supportive school environment and overall a great place to learn. There are many extracurricular activities which help to develop healthy interests and community involvement. There are many wonderful teachers and staff who are supportive and friendly to students. There is a large sports program which involves many students and encourages cooperation and sportsmanship. Brockport is also the site of many events in the community such as festivals in the township. In addition to a sports program, there is also a drama program which involves many other students in musicals and plays involving the choir, orchestra, band, and other students looking to get involved.
Brockport is truly a community where families grow together and take pride in the successes of the the students. The stability of relationships begins in kindergarten and continues throughout. All on one campus, students gain confidence through familiarity as with a very small district, yet exposure to new friends and experiences of a larger one. By having everyone from preschool through high school on the same campus, a connective bond is evident that doesn't exist in districts of comparable size that are spread out over a larger geographic area. Brockport had a unique socioeconomic diversity, and while it lacks in racial and cultural diversity it does bring together students with different lifestyle from the migrant worker to the college professor, and the farmer to the the physician, melding and equalizing all with an opportunity to share ideas, beliefs, culture and ambitions.