Coxsackie-Athens Central School District

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Coxsackie-Athens Central School District
24 Sunset Blvd.
Greene County
Coxsackie, New York, U.S., 12051
District information
Type Public / rural school district
Grades K-12
Established 1948; 69 years ago (1948)
Superintendent Randall Squier
Schools 4
Students and staff
Students 1,600 (2016-2017)
Teachers 112 (2016)
Student-teacher ratio 13:1
Other information

Coxsackie-Athens is a rural New York State school district located along the Hudson River, approximately 20 miles south of Albany. Known as C-A, or the "Indians", to people in the region, Coxsackie-Athens has around 1,600 students K-12.

The district has four schools: Edward J. Arthur Elementary; Coxsackie Elementary; Coxsackie-Athens Middle School; and Coxsackie-Athens High school.

The district has a satellite campus in the Village of Athens and a main campus in the Village of Coxsackie where the district office is located. All the schools are located in Coxsackie, except for the Edward J. Arthur school in Athens.


As of the 2016-17 school year, the principals of schools were:

  • Coxsackie Elementary School: Karen Miller
  • Edward J. Arthur Elementary School: James Martino
  • Coxsackie Middle School: David Proper
  • Coxsackie High School: Heath C. Quiles

The Superintendent of the schools is Randall Squier.


Coxsackie-Athens is part of Section II in New York State and the Patroon Conference. Patroon Conference members include: Coxsackie-Athens, Greenville High School , Catskill High School, Cairo-Durham High School, Hudson High School, Chatham High School, Maple Hill High School, Taconic Hills High School, and Rensselaer.

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