The Worcester Central School is located on a quaint Main Street in the middle of Worcester, NY, an Otsego County town with a population of approximately 2,200. Worcester is on the southeast border of the county and is located on the I-88 corridor equidistant between Cooperstown, Cobleskill and Oneonta.
The first schools in the Worcester District can be traced to the late 18th century, and an early, log, school house was located just a few doors down, at 143 Main Street from the current school building. The beautiful, historic, colonial-style building that fronts Main Street was built in 1931. A complete renovation and restoration, including the construction of new space and transportation facility was recently completed.
Worcester Central School serves approximately 370 students enrolled in grades Pre-K - 12, all in a single, recently renovated and restored, historic building . The campus features the Dubois Auditorium, a library-media center, up-to-date science labs, state-of-the-art band and chorale rooms, renovated classrooms, and state-of-the-industry food service areas and technology infrastructure.
A rich and rigorous academic program includes a device-for-every student and a very strong commitment to the use of technology, AP courses, College in the Classroom opportunities, extensive distance and on-line learning access, and elective opportunities in the Humanities, Math, Science, Business, Music, and Art. Co- and extra-curricular opportunities to participate in athletics, visual and performing arts and various clubs complete a comprehensive educational program.
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