http://gananda.org/

Gananda Central School District

About Gananda Central School District

About Gananda CSD
Gananda Central School District offers smaller class sizes and individual attention along with a variety of extra-curricular opportunities and a range of honors, advanced placement and college-preparatory courses.

Mission
The Gananda Central School District educates all students for success.

Size and Location
The Gananda Central School District is located in Wayne County 20 miles east of Rochester’s city center. Approximately 4,000 residents in portions of the towns of Walworth and Macedon live within the districts six square mile boundary.

The district:
· Served 975 students in 2017-18
· Average class sizes of 15-19 (K-1), 20-24 (grades 2-8)
· 2017 pupil per teacher ratio: 12:1
· Encompasses three school buildings: Richard Mann Elementary School (K-5), Gananda Middle School (6-8), and Ruben A. Cirillo High School (9-12)

Proven Performance
Gananda Schools enjoy an outstanding reputation for an exemplary and balanced curricular and extra-curricular program designed to meet the needs of all students. Consider these facts:
· Ranked #1 in academic performance in Wayne County (Source: Business First Buffalo).
· Ranked #14 in academic performance of all 67 school districts in the eight counties within the Rochester area (Source: Business First Buffalo).
· 92% graduation rate
· 94% of Gananda’s 2010 graduates earned Regents diplomas and 53% with advanced designations - much higher than the regional average (46%).
· 24.1 average composite score on the ACT. State average is 23. National average is 21.0 (2009-2010)
· 61% of 2011 took the SAT and 44% took the ACT.
· 80% of the class of 2011 intend to pursue post-secondary education/training
· Offering AP Courses in United States History, Art, Biology, Calculus, English, Online AP courses include: AP Stats and AP Language and Composition.

Reviews

IT

July 2018 - August 2018 Walworth, NY
“Straightforward job with a list of things that needed to get done by the end of the summer.”
See All