About the Clarkstown Central School District
Clarkstown Central School District is located in Rockland County, approximately 25 miles northwest of New York City. Consistently rated as one of the top five safest cities in America in the annual Morgan Quitno Safest Cities survey, Clarkstown is an upper middle class suburban community with a population of about 85,000 residents.
A large district serving more than 8,400 students from a 31 square mile area, Clarkstown prides itself on fostering a small school climate, community involvement and a focus on the individual in its ten elementary schools, three middle schools, two high schools, and K-12 alternative education center. The district offers innovative programs to its students through web based technology such as Science 21, Dreambox, Achieve 3000 and Google Chrome. It is also one of the first districts in Rockland County to create a dedicated task force against Bullying and implement a Bullying Prevention policy. District buildings have earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious EnergyStar, the national symbol for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection which places us in the top 25 percent of commercial facilities in the nation.
The district works in close partnership with the Clarkstown community, a population that highly values and is exceptionally supportive of public education.
CCSD, in partnership with the community, will meet the individual academic and social-emotional needs of all students within a safe environment while empowering them to reach their full potential in a complex society.
CCSD is where students become well-rounded critical thinkers able to communicate effectively and become responsible, ethical contributing members of a global society. As life-long learners, students will be able to use their respective talents and skills to collaborate, innovate and positively change their community and the world.