Return on investment

Through our diverse academic programs and dedicated educators, we ensure that the investment made by our taxpayers is well worth the return. This commitment to excellence begins with the youngest learners and continues through graduation. Below please find a few highlights from the 2023-24 school year.


  Pre-K reaches youngest learners  

Spencerport currently provides full-day pre-kindergarten to 108 students across all four elementary schools. In 2024-25, these numbers may increase as we propose an additional pre-k section.

The full-day sessions offer a foundation for our youngest students to:
  • develop learning skills through curiosity and play,
  • engage in early numeracy, reading and writing experiences,
  • foster gross and fine motor skills, and
  • participate a variety of activities to develop social and emotional skills.
In addition to classroom experiences, students participate in the four specials areas of art, library, music and physical education.

  National Honor and Junior Honor Societies  

  • This year, Spencerport High School inducted 60 students into the National Honor Society, and Cosgrove Middle School inducted 58 students into the National Junior Honor Society. The selection is based on scholarship, service, good citizenship, leadership, and character.

  Academic competitions  

  • Academic Challenge Bowl, Math League, Stock Market game, FIRST Lego League, FIRST Robotics, Model UN, DECA, Odyssey of the Mind



  • 67% of students, grades 7-12, compete on a Ranger sports team, with varsity teams achieving a team GPA above 90

By the numbers

  • 3,495 enrolled students (excludes pre-K)
  • 436 faculty members (median 18 years of teaching experience)
  • 352 support staff
  • Average academic class size:
      o  K-2=19
      o  3-5= 20
      o  6-8= 23
      o  9-12=24
  • 18 Advanced Placement courses 

Advanced study

  • Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA),
  • SUNY Brockport 3-1-3 Program,
  • Monroe Community College Dual Credit,
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Project Lead The Way, and
  • New Visions, one-year exploration program that provides seniors with the opportunity to gain real-world insight into the health or stem fields

Graduation designations

  • Seal of Civic Readiness – new designation implemented last year for students to attain a high level of proficiency in terms of civic knowledge, civic skills, civic mindset, and civic experiences.
  • Seal of Biliteracy – 47 students earned this designation in 2022 by studying and attaining proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.

  Music programs  
  • In 2023, our music program won top honors at the National Heritage Music Festival in Philadelphia. Our ensembles won 5 gold awards, 1 silver, an adjudicator award to vocal jazz, instrumental sweepstakes award, and overall Festival Sweepstakes award for the school with an average of all scores closest to 300. 

  Clubs and activities  

  • There are more than 130 clubs and activities at the elementary, middle and high school levels.