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Starting Monday, May 10, 6th grade students can report to school four days a week. A Day and B Day students in 6th Grade would learn at school on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Live Virtual Wednesdays will remain in place. The Full Remote program will still be available to families who choose that option. Grades 7-12 will maintain the current hybrid schedule and all instruction provided to students on remote learning days will include live virtual instruction. 

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Elizabeth Vlieg hugs her mother at Columbia graduationEast Greenbush Central School District’s four-year graduation rate improved to 95% in 2017, giving it the fourth highest rate in the Capital Region, according to NYS Education Department data released on Wednesday.

“I am proud that our students and staff continuously aim for higher achievement for all students,” said Superintendent Jeff Simons. “Working together with our families we are hitting our mark. The graduation rate continues to climb for all students as we ensure our curriculum prepares students for college and careers.”

The District continues to outperform the rest of the state by a large margin, which had a 80.2% graduation rate in 2017.

Other bright spots for East Greenbush CSD include an increase in Regents Diplomas with Advanced Designation (more of our students graduated with at least 22 units of credits, passed between 7-9 NYS Regents’ exams and completed an advanced sequence in a language other than English or CTE or the Arts) and economically disadvantaged students graduated at a 94% rate, compared to the state average of 73.4%.

Visit the NYS Education Department to view this data.

Graduation Rates for East Greenbush Central School District

YearEast Greenbush CSDState Average