Berlin Central School District
Berlin Central School District is a small, rural public school district located in eastern Rensselaer County, approximately 25 miles east of Albany, N.Y. It serves about 730 school children in two school buildings – Berlin Elementary School and Berlin Middle/High School. The district includes five towns: Berlin, Grafton, Petersburgh, Poestenkill and Stephentown. Our school district population is approximately 6,800 residents. We are equidistant from Troy, NY, Pittsfield, MA, and Bennington, VT. One of the district’s greatest strengths is its community, which regularly volunteers to help the schools, from leading community projects to improving the school’s softball and baseball fields. Our focus is on maximizing the diverse talents and aspirations of our students and developing successful, responsible, and contributing members of our 21st Century society. We provide a challenging curriculum that meets or exceeds NY State’s common core standards and our well–trained faculty are dedicated professionals; coordinating efforts among the school, family, and community to foster high expectations and provide the best opportunities for our students to succeed. Students enjoy a hands-on, interactive approach to learning in modern, updated facilities with access to the latest learning technology.
Member since: 2021