Sharon Springs Central School District is a public school district located in Sharon Springs, NY. It has 267 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
514 St Rt 20
Sharon Springs, NY 13459
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Sharon Springs Central School District Reviews
Sharon Springs is a welcoming community. This school has also integrated iPads into its core curriculum to help students learn to the best of their own abilities. Also, the school size is very small with about 400 kids K-12, so I knew all the teachers and most of the students! Overall, I had great opportunities at this school that I would not have had if I went to a bigger school. I am grateful that I attended this school.
Sharon Springs is a very small school, and I’ve come to really appreciate this about it. I love the small community, and how everyone knows everyone. Not only is this comforting, but Sharon Springs, offers a lot of opportunities to its students. Even though we are small, we offer a variety of clubs, extra curricular activities, and three different sports. I am a member of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), senior band, senior chorus, select choir, varsity club, a yearbook member, along with a few others offered by the county. I am involved in multiple of these activities, including all three sports (Soccer, Basketball, and Softball). I am not just involved, I also take many leadership roles in these activities, such as captain for both soccer and basketball, as well as an officer of FBLA. I believe that having these opportunities has shaped me into the person I am today and has taught me to get involved, and make a difference.
Sharon is a very close-knit community, where everyone knows everyone. This is a great place to grow up and make life-long friends and get a one-on-one education experience that is impossible in larger schools. However, there are no AP class opportunities, and I feel like having a larger school community would enable me to broaden my cultural knowledge and expand my love for community service.