Upper Nyack Elementary School 336 N Broadway, Nyack, NY10960 Upper Nyack Elementary School is a public school for students in grades K - 5. The core curriculum includes instruction…More in the subjects of math, science, history, English, social studies, foreign languages, language arts, physical education, arts and occupational and career studies. Special needs and education programs are available, but a call to the school district is recommended for more specifics. The school also has a libary and a nurse's office. Visit Upper Nyack Elementary School's website for information on school closings, the code of conduct and policies regarding picking up and dropping off a student.
Nyack Public Schools 13 Dickinson Ave # A, Nyack, NY10960 Nyack Public Schools oversees numerous schools in the area, including elementary, middle and high schools. The…More district has over 2,000 students and offers a range of programs, services and athletics. It handles budget issues, school guidelines, school services and curriculum issues. Check the main website for details on each school or for information on departments or school programs.
Rockland Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) provides supplemental educational programs and services…More to the county's school districts and students. Programs include adult education, special education and career and technical education.</p>
<p>Eight school districts are linked to Rockland BOCES, including the Nyack School District. During the 2009-10 school year, approximately 1,500 students from the various districts were involved in Rockland BOCES programs.</p>
<p>BOCES maintains relationships and partnerships with individuals families, school districts, community-based organizations, major universities and the county to ensure educational needs are met.</p>
Birchwood School 214 Sickletown Rd, West Nyack, NY10994 The Birchwood School is a public school facility in the Clarkstown Central School District. It specializes in…More special education programs for children with significant emotional, behavioral and learning problems, serving students ages five through 21. The school offers highly structured programs with a therapeutic, individualized approach, with a fully accredited staff of specialists integrating educational and clinical services. Birchwood has about 100 students from the area, with tuition paid for by their home school districts.