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Five Rockland School Districts Rank Among Top 100 In New York State

Thirty-three Hudson Valley school districts are among the 100 best in New York, according to the education website Niche.
Thirty-three Hudson Valley school districts are among the 100 best in New York, according to the education website Niche. Photo Credit: Niche

Five Rockland school districts are among the 100 best in New York, according to brand-new 2017 rankings just released by the education website Niche.

The top-ranked Rockland school district was Ramapo Central Schools, w hich drew the No. 26 ranking.

South Orangetown School District was the next highest-ranked from Rockland at No. 54, followed by the Clarkstown Central School District (No. 65), Nanuet Union Free School District (No. 72) and Nyack Union Free School District (No. 84).

Edgemont Union Free School District was the top Hudson Valley school in the rankings, earning the No. 3 ranking .

Edgemont received an A+ for academics, teachers, clubs and activities, college readiness and health and safety and an A in the other category, diversity.

Byram Hills Central School District drew the No. 6 ranking in the state.

It received an A+ for academics, teachers, clubs and activities, college readiness and health and safety and a C- in diversity.

Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District earned the No. 8 rankin g with an A+ for academics, teachers, clubs and activities, college readiness and health and safety and a C in diversity.

Rye City School District was the final Hudson Valley school in the Top 10, checking in at No. 10.

It was awarded an A+ for academics, teachers, college readiness and health and safety, an A for clubs and activities, and a C in diversity.

Other Hudson Valley school districts ranked between No. 11 and 30 were:

Chappaqua Central School District – No. 11

Bronxville Union Free School District – No. 14

Hastings-on-Hudson Union Free School District – No. 15

Pelham Union Free School District – No. 16

Katonah-Lewisboro School District – No. 20

Scarsdale Union Free School District – No. 23

Irvington Union Free School District – No. 29

Beyond the Top 30, the following Hudson Valley school districts were ranked:

Bedford Central School District – No. 33

Blind Brook-Rye Union Free School District – No. 35

Mamaroneck Union Free School District – No. 36

Rye Neck Union Free School District – No. 40

Ardsley Union Free School District – No. 42

Pleasantville Union Free School District – No. 47

Harrison Central School District – No. 49

Yorktown Central School District – No. 51

Croton-Harmon Union Free School District – No. 52

Dobbs Ferry Union Free School District – No. 56

North Salem Central School District – No. 57

Haldane Central School District – No. 62

Eastchester Union Free School District – No. 64

Hendrick Hudson Central School District – No. 66

Somers Central School District – No. 74

Spackenkill Union Free School District – No. 75

White Plains City School District – No. 96

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