Cazenovia High School

CAZENOVIA HIGH SCHOOL, GRADES 8-12

MISSION STATEMENT:

Cazenovia High School is part of a close-knit community located in an historic lakeside village, with agricultural roots and socio-economic diversity. Our mission is to educate students in a safe, caring, respectful and challenging environment that empowers them to become the best possible version of themselves. Together, as a group of teachers, administrators, staff and parents, we focus on building positive relationships and recognize the educational process must be tailored to meet each student’s specific needs and future goals. We foster social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth through a wide variety of opportunities. Cazenovia students are well-rounded individuals who are prepared for the demands of our ever-changing world.

“Success lies not in being the best, but in doing the best.”

  • Accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
  • Selected as United States Outstanding Secondary School by the United States Department of Education.
  • S.A.T. Scores – Recent classes have averaged 543 on the verbal section and 561 on the mathematics section with more than 85 percent of the students being tested. The scores earned, and the number tested are considerably higher than the New York State and national averages.
  • More than Eighty-five percent of all seniors go to college.
  • College level courses offered at Cazenovia include English, social studies, math, science, and foreign language.
  • Macintosh and PC computer laboratories.
  • Comprehensive programs for students with special needs.
  • Computer assisted drawing and design laboratory.
  • Well defined computer courses form Introduction to Computer Programming.
  • Vocational programs in business, agriculture, and technology.
  • Vocational programs in over 20 subjects at the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES Centers.
  • Pre-Engineering Education Program (Project Lead The Way)

 Cell phones are not allowed in Regents, AP nor 8th grade State Tests more

High School News

  • 2019 CAZENOVIA HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEAM REPORTS ON TRIP TO NATIONAL COMPETITION

    2019 CAZENOVIA HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEAM REPORTS ON TRIP TO NATIONAL COMPETITION

    May 2019 At the May 21st Board of Education meeting, ten students from Cazenovia High School presented on their experience representing New York at the United States Academic Decathlon National Competition in Bloomington, Minnesota. Seniors Riley O’Brien and Ian Melvin won individual medals, while junior Kate Martellock was voted team MVP and received a scholarship […]
  • Time Correction – H.S. Art Show

    Time Correction – H.S. Art Show

    The H.S. Art show on June 3 & 4 starts at 7 p.m. (Not at 6 p.m. as it says on the school calendar)
  • Mrs. Everard Presents at SUNY Cortland’s Writing Matters Conference

    Mrs. Everard Presents at SUNY Cortland’s Writing Matters Conference

    On Saturday May 4th, Wendy Everard attended and presented at SUNY Cortland’s Writing Matters conference in the capacity of her role as National Writing Project teacher consultant.  She shared a writing technique that she had recently used with her 10th grade class and discovered some great writing moves for use in English class.
  • Lions Club Student of the Month Awards Announced

    Lions Club Student of the Month Awards Announced

    Congratulations to Ava Hartley, Jack Wright, and Andrew Falso for being named Lions Club Students of the month! Ava Hartley, a junior at Cazenovia High School, has been selected as the Cazenovia Lions Club Student of the Month for March 2019.  Ava is the daughter of Will Hartley & Tara Zumpano of New Woodstock. Ava’s […]
  • Senior Class Book Drive Benefits Golisano Children’s Hospital

    Senior Class Book Drive Benefits Golisano Children’s Hospital

    Cazenovia High School seniors created a book drive to donate books to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. Within a two week period, they were able to collect over 100 books. The senior class was asked to bring in new children’s books, along with chapter books up to a seventh grade reading level. Four seniors: Laura Clements, […]
  • After School Enrichment – French Club

    After School Enrichment – French Club

    K-3rd grade students have fun learning French through songs, crafts, games and snacks in the Burton Street PTA sponsored After School Enrichment FRENCH CLUB.
  • Shark Tank Night, May 31st

    Shark Tank Night, May 31st

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