ABOUT THE GENEVA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Geneva City School District serves approximately 2,200 students grades K through 12 and 85 preschool students ages 4 and 5 through its Head Start program. The District is comprised of a high school, middle school, two elementary schools (grades Pre-K to 2 and grades 3-5), district administrative offices and a central services facility.
The Geneva City School District prides itself on the quality of academic programs offered to students. Graduates attend the finest universities in the nation, service academies, two-year liberal arts and technical programs. Advance Placement offerings encompass seven academic courses of study. In addition, the District offers six Gemini courses which include the opportunity for students to receive credit from Finger Lakes Community College.
- Approximately 2,200 students grades K through 12
- 85 preschool students ages 4 and 5 through the Head Start program
- 20 administrators, 243 teachers and 232 support staff
- Five buildings with 500,000 square feet of space
- 142 acres of grounds
- 59.9% free and reduced lunch
- .4% homeless
- 13.4% special education students
- 76% graduation rate
To learn more about Geneva 2020, contact:
Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
To make a donation to Geneva 2020, please complete the donation form. All checks should be made out to the GCSD with "Geneva 2020" in the memo.
Fill out the Commitment Form to indicate an area of interest within the Geneva 2020 model. That interest could match one or more of the projects outlined on the Geneva 2020 Priorities list, or it could indicate a general range of expertise that could be of use to the Geneva City School District.