Rome City School District
The Rome City School District serves approximately 6,000 students from the City of Rome and surrounding areas.
The Rome City School District is comprised of seven elementary schools with a K-6 configuration, one middle school and one high school. The children and families of Rome are provided a great start to their education through a comprehensive Early Childhood Program.
- Francis Bellamy Elementary School
- Louis V. Denti Elementary School
- Gansevoort Elementary School
- John E. Joy Elementary School
- Ridge Mills Elementary School
- Stokes Elementary School
One middle school for children in grades 7-8:
- Lyndon H. Strough Middle School
One high school for students in grades 9-12:
- Rome Free Academy
Rome Free Academy has Advanced Placement courses is Biology, Calculus, Computer Science, English Literature, Physics 1 & 2, Unites States History and World History. The school district offers 33 sports and 70 interscholastic teams. Fifty percent of juniors and seniors are enrolled in college credit courses and our students can graduate with enough credits to begin their college career as a sophomore.
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The City of Rome also features a regional campus of Mohawk Valley Community College. This full–service branch campus offers courses leading to many of MVCC’s more than 100 degree and certificate programs, plus non–credit workshops, seminars, and a range of business/industry training opportunities.
The campus is perfectly situated in the Drone Corridor alongside Griffiss Business and Technology Park offering a Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) degree program. The sUAS program is designed to equip students with the education and training to work and think critically in this lucrative and rapidly developing field. Additionally, MVCC was the first college in New York State to have an MIT-networked FABLab. FABLab is a small-scale workshop comprised of industrial-grade fabrication equipment and electronic tools. It is a place for ideas, designs, innovations, inventions, and learning.
The Rome Campus also hosts a growing schedule of cultural and community events called DGVs, which allow students to broaden their knowledge and experiences with many different cultures.
In addition to serving the college needs of many Rome residents, this branch campus also attracts students from Madison and Lewis Counties as well as other areas. In early 2017, the MVCC Rome Campus completed a $30 million renovation project on its John D. Plumley Science and Technology Complex. The college contains state-of-the-art classrooms, learning laboratories, a fitness center, computer clusters, meeting rooms, library, bookstore, offices, and common areas.
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