The district is committed to preparing students to meet the academic demands of a Regents diploma and much more, preparing them for successful careers and rewarding lives. Duanesburg offers a K-12 program designed to promote the academic and personal development of all students.
Besides traditional academic course offerings, students may participate in a number of unique programs:
Through an arts-in-education grant, the district is able to provide students in all grade levels with access to a professional-level music, art and dance program with Proctors Theatre.
Advanced-level classes offer students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school through the Project Lead the Way program, Advanced Placement and University in the High School classes. Several courses provide students with more hands-on experiences in forensics, health, journalism and environmental science. (Read more in our Program Guide)
Access to career education opportunities are provided by the Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School, which gives students hands-on experience.
Dozens of extracurricular clubs and activities available at the high school and elementary school, including a school newspaper, drama club, Student Council and Masterminds team.
The district’s youngest students have access to a full-day kindergarten program.