Clarkstown Central School District

The Clarkstown Central School District is a K-12 public school district headquartered at the Chestnut Grove Administration Building in New City, in the town of Clarkstown, New York. The district operates fifteen schools serving students in much of the Town of Clarkstown, including the hamlets and villages of New City, Bardonia, Congers, and West Nyack, as well as portions of Nanuet and Valley Cottage. It is the largest school district in Rockland County by population, with a total of 9,196 students.

Clarkstown Central School District
62 Old Middletown Road, New City, NY 10956
United States
District information
Motto"Continuing a Legacy of Education"
SuperintendentDr. Marc Baiocco
Students and staff
Student–teacher ratio14:1
Other information


Elementary Schools (K-5)Edit

(Note: Congers Elementary School (Congers, New York), is no longer an active school but has since transitioned into the Clarkstown Learning Center).[1]

Middle Schools (6-8)Edit

The Felix Festa Middle School Campus is a very large middle school serving the entire district, located in New City, New York. Administratively, the campus operates as three separate schools:

High Schools (9-12)Edit

K-12 SchoolsEdit

Former & Suspended SchoolsEdit

  • Congers Elementary School in Congers has been closed since the 2013-14 school year due to emergency repairs. The Clarkstown community successfully passed a bond vote to repair the building, but the Board voted in February 2015 to keep the building closed and to repurpose it.[2]
  • Chestnut Grove School in New City has been converted into district offices.
  • Street School in New City has been converted into a community center.[3]
  • Rockland Lake School (Congers closed in 1959.[4]


  1. ^ "Clarkstown Central School District". Archived from the original on 2016-02-22. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
  2. ^ "Clarkstown keeps Congers Elementary closed". Retrieved 2016-03-16.
  3. ^ "Welcome to Town of Clarkstown". Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
  4. ^ "Nyack's Ghost Town: The Lost Village of Rockland Lake". At Home In Nyack. Retrieved 2016-03-16.

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