Chittenango Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Chittenango, NY. It has 1,906 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
1732 Fyler Rd
Chittenango, NY 13037
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Chittenango Central School District Reviews
At Chittenango High School, Academics are above average! However, the Sports Administrators at this school allow Outside Sports Clubs as well as specific groups of parents influence how to run the sports department. They pick and choose specific children that they want to support and develop while leaving most others behind. The Athletic department is more interested in winning and looking good to other schools rather than developing skills, encouraging a teamwork atmosphere and creating memories for our children. We have many children at Chittenango High School with excellent grades, sports talent and great attitudes that go unnoticed simply because they're parents are not part of the "social group" that seems to truly run these programs. It's truly a shame that although many children and parents feel this way, they never seem to express their opinions for fear of being ostracized.
As an alumni, and now the parent of students, I cannot say enough about the quality of the teachers and the overall education that one receives here. The feeling of “community” is so prevalent and I love the small classes and that the teachers truly know and care about their students.
I loved the teachers and how open they were to help each individual student. Although the food wasn't the greatest the teachers made up for it. There was not too much of a homework load but when there was homework it was evenly dispersed and not all at one time. Each and every student usually had one or two teachers they could look up to and they were open to asking them for advice. There were always the teachers that would help you through the tricky homework assignments when you din't understand what you were doing. Without Chittenango Highschool I would not have learned the study habits that have gotten me through college so far.