Windsor Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Windsor, NY. It has 1,669 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
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Windsor Central School District Reviews
My school is awesome! Windsor has the most unique and outgoing students. The teachers are wonderful and care about you. When your grades are falling low, Windsor's teachers are their for help and support. Windsor also has many athletic opportunities for students, with our newest laccross program added this year! with the help of out new Astroturf feild, Athletics can be held in rain and snow without hassle. Windsor is such a great school, and I know the future has only begun.
Windsor Central School District has provided my son, Joshua Schellinger, with an awesome and well rounded experience. From their AP course offerings as an AP Scholar School to the Windsor Music program that was a grammy award winning semi-finalist school to the commitment to education and excellence by everyone at the school. This includes the superintendent, the principals, the faculty, staff and custodians. It takes a village to raise a child and Windsor Central School District is just that!
I attended Windsor Central School District from Pre-K through graduation and I had an awesome experience! The district is constantly looking for grants and new opportunities to get new resources and technology into the schools. They make sure to put an emphasis on both the arts and sports, in addition to academics. The only complaints that I have are that there is very little diversity, and very few AP and honors classes available, although both of these have slowly been improving over the past few years.