SETON CATHOLIC CENTRAL JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL

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  • School Info.
    School Information

    • School Level:

      Secondary school.

      i A school comprising any span of grades beginning with the next grade following an elementary or middle school (usually 7, 8, or 9) and ending with or below grade 12. Both junior high schools and senior high schools are included.

    • From:

      7th Grade.
    • To:

      12th Grade.
    • Type:

      Regular school.

      i A public elementary/secondary school providing instruction and education services that does not focus primarily on special education, vocational/technical education, or alternative education, or on any of the particular themes associated with magnet/special program emphasis schools.

    • Private/Public:

      Private School.

      i A school or institution that is controlled by an individual or agency other than a state, a subdivision of a state, or the federal government, which is usually supported primarily by other than public funds, and the operation of whose program rests with other than publicly elected or appointed officials.

  • Demo­gra­phics
    School Demographics

    • 371

      Total Students

      i Annual headcount of students enrolled in school on October 1 or the school day closest to that date. In any given year, some small schools will not have any students.

    • 22.6

      Classroom Teachers

    • 16.42

      Students/Teachers Ratio

      i The number of students per one teacher in the school.

  • Address & Contact
    School Address

    • Address:

      70 Seminary Ave | Binghamton 13905.
    • County/State:

      Broome County NY.
    • Urban locale:

      Small city.

      i Territory inside an urbanized area and inside a principal city with population less than 100,000.

    • Website:

      -
    • Phone:

      (607) 723-5307
    • Mailing Address:

      -
  • Other info.
    Other Information

    • Online/Virtual school:

      Unknown.
    • Charter School:

      No.

      i Charter school is a publicly funded school that is typically governed by a group or organization under a legislative contract—a charter—with the state, district, or other entity.

    • Magnet School:

      No.

      i A magnet school or program is a special school or program designed to: attract students of different racial/ethnic backgrounds for the purpose of reducing, preventing, or eliminating racial isolation; and/or to provide an academic or social focus on a particular theme (e.g., science/math, performing arts, gifted/talented, or foreign language).