Beacon City Schools

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Beacon High School

The Beacon City School District (also known as the Beacon City Schools) is one of 18 public school districts serving residents of Dutchess County, New York. The Beacon City School District serves the City of Beacon and parts of the Town of Fishkill and Town of Wappinger; it is one of 57 small city school districts in New York State.

The district is composed of four elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, administration building as well as a transportation facility. It has a student enrollment of 3,700 students and a budget of 48.2 million dollars. While the highschool was being built during the 1990s soon to be finished in 2001.

Its elementary schools currently provide pre-kindergarten through 5th grade, while its middle school serve 6-8th grade and the highschool 9-12th grade.


High schools[edit]

School Location Grades Notes Homepage
Beacon High School Beacon, New York Grades 9-12 101 Mattewan RD, Beacon NY, 12508. [1]

Elementary Schools[edit]

School Location Grades Notes Homepage
Glenham Elementary School Fishkill, New York Grades K-5 Located at 20 Chase Drive, Fishkill, New York 12524. [2]
J. V. Forrestal Elementary School Beacon, New York Grades K-5 Located at 125 Liberty Street, Beacon, New York 12508. Named for James Forrestal. [3]
Sargent Elementary School Beacon, New York Grades K-5 Sargent Elementary School is located at 29 Education Drive, Beacon, New York 12508. [4]
South Avenue Elementary School Beacon, New York Grades K-5 The school is the largest of all the Elementary Schools and serves as the city's magnet school. [5]

Rombout Middle School[edit]

Rombout Middle School is located at 84 Matteawan Road, Beacon, New York, 12508. (Also across the highschool) Furthermore, it has just as many different teams as its "new beacon high school", such as volleyball, baseball, and even different clubs for different students that help each and every individual student on increasing the development of his or her skills. Rombout and the "new" highschool operate almost the same way so when students go from rombout to the highschool they are quite familaur with the rules and what to expect.

Former Beacon High School[edit]

The old Beacon High School was shut down in order to make a proper transaction from the old high school to the New Beacon High School. The school was then turned into an alternative high school for several years. It served as the city's high school since 1913, before being closed in 2002. The school was sold to an art group in 2002 who defaulted on the mortgage in 2006. The school has since been resold to an art partnership in an all cash deal.

New Beacon High School campus[edit]

Beacon High School
101 Matteawan Road
Beacon, New York, 12508
United States
Type Public High School
Established 2002
Principal Dr. Joannes Sieverding
Grades 9–12
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Blue/Gold
Athletics conference NYSPHSAA Section 1
Mascot Bulldog

The new Beacon High School is located at 101 Matteawan Road, Beacon, New York 12508 and was finished in 2001 and was opened in 2002. The school currently educates about 1,025 students. Beacon High has several wings and features such amenities as an indoor swimming pool, and the largest theater north of North Rockland, and south of Albany. New Beacon High School competes in Section 1 of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. (NYSPHSAA)

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