Onteora High School

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Onteora High School
Location
4166 Route 28
Boiceville, NY 12412

United States
Information
Type Public High School
School district Onteora Central School District
Superintendent Rev. Dr. Phyllis Spiegel McGill, Esq.
Principal Lance Edelman
Asst. Principal Jessica Robertson
Faculty 67
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 780 (as of 2005)
Color(s) Red and Black
Mascot Indian
Newspaper The Bull
Website
Color guard marching in Manhattan

Onteora High School, located in Boiceville, NY, is part of the Onteora Central School District. The High School shares its building with the Onteora Middle School. However, the two schools remain administratively separate.

The school serves the towns of Woodstock, West Hurley, Olive, and Shandaken, each comprising several small hamlets including Glenford, Ashokan, Beechford, Brodhead, Brown's Station, Cold Brook, Davis Corners, Krumville, Olivebridge, Samsonville, Shokan, Winchell, West Shokan, Bearsville, Byrdcliffe, Montoma, Daisy, Shady, Willow, Wittenberg, parts of Zena, Phoenicia, Pine Hill, Ohayo, Oliverea, Mt. Tremper, Mt. Pleasant, Woodland Valley, Highmount, Allaben, Beechford, Chichester, Bushnellsville, Big Indian, and Yankeetown.

Despite its size, number of students in attendance remains small and is steadily declining.

In 2011, 85.2% of students graduated within 4 years, up from 81% in 2010.[1]


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Coordinates: 42°0′31.59″N 74°15′58.88″W / 42.0087750°N 74.2663556°W / 42.0087750; -74.2663556

  1. ^ Wind, Kyle. "4-year graduation rates improve in most area school districts". Kingston Daily Freeman.