Lansing Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Lansing, NY. It has 1,169 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
284 Ridge Rd
Lansing, NY 14882
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Lansing Central School District Reviews
Lansing Central Schools district adequately prepares students for continuing their education at a college level. The district provides numerous chances to participate in fun extra- curricular activities from STEAM events to school dances. While the district is not very diverse, students are allowed to share differing opinions and points of view. The teachers at Lansing are remembered many years after the students graduate and always welcome visits from their former students.
Lansing has amazing academic opportunities and helps prepare students for college. Performing arts, music, art and technology are highly supported by the community. Everyone creates an environment of inclusiveness. Most teachers are supportive and knowledgeable in the subject they teach.
I attended Lansing Central School District for all of my education, kindergarten onto high school graduation. I always had good teachers, extremely helpful guidance counselors and high test scores. The school itself is always very clean, and in a nice little town. There are 3 separate schools and each one is great. I attended all three, and loved each one. I was very proud to say that I graduated from Lansing. The only thing I would wish to see change at Lansing is the amount of sports teams. They have been cut multiple times and some opportunities were let down for middle schoolers and underclassmen.