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Education / Schools

Allegany County is home to 19 school districts 2 private schools and 4 colleges

Alfred-Almond Central School
6795 Route 21 Almond, NY 14804
Phone: (607) 276-2961
Fax: (607) 276-6304
Andover Central School
31 Elm St.  Andover, NY 14806
Phone: (607) 478-8491
Fax: (607) 478-8833

 

Arkport Central School
PO Box 70 Arkport, NY 14807
Phone: (607) 295-7471
Fax: (607)
295-7473
Belfast Central School
9 King St. PO Box 336 Belfast, NY 14711
Phone: (585) 365-2646
Fax: (585) 365-2648

 

Bolivar-Richburg Central School
100 School St. Bolivar, NY 14715
Phone: (585) 928-2561
Fax: (585) 928-1368
Canaseraga Central School
East Main St. Canaseraga NY 14822
Phone: (607) 545-6421
Fax: (607) 545-6265

 

Canisteo-Greenwood Central School District
84 Greenwood, NY 14839
Phone: (607) 698-4225
Fax: (607) 698-2833
Cuba-Rushford Central School
5476 Route 305N Cuba, NY 14727
Phone: (585) 968-2650
Fax: (585) 968-2651

 

Fillmore Central School
104 West Main Street Fillmore, NY 14735
Phone: (585) 567-2251
Fax: (585) 567-2541
Friendship Central School
46 West Main St. Friendship, NY 14739
Phone: (585) 973-3311
Fax: (585) 973-2023

 

Genesee Valley Central School
1 Jaguar Drive Belmont NY 14813
Phone: (585) 268-7900
Fax: (585) 268-7990
Hinsdale Central School
3701 Main St, PO Box 278 Hinsdale, NY 14743
Phone: (716) 557-2227
Fax: (716) 557-2259

 

Keshequa Central School
PO Box 517 Nunda, NY 14517
Phone: (585) 468-2541
Fax: (585) 468-3814
Letchworth Central School
5550 School Rd. Gainesville, NY 14066
Phone: (585) 493-5150
Fax: (585) 493-2762

 

Pioneer Central School
Co. Line Rd. Box 579 Yorkshire, NY 14173-0579
Phone: (585) 492-1051
Fax: (585) 492-0879
Portville Central School
Elm St. Portville, NY 14770
Phone: (716) 993-8701
Fax: (716) 933-7161

 

Scio Central School
3968 Washington St. Scio, NY 14880
Phone: (585) 593-5510
Fax: (585) 593-3468
Wellsville Central School
126 West State St. Wellsville, NY 14895
Phone: (585) 596-2170
Fax: (585) 596-2177

 

Whitesville Central School
692 Main St.  Whitesville, NY 14897
Phone: (607) 356-3301
Fax: (607) 356-3598
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BOCES
Belmont Center is located at
5536 County Route 48 in Belmont, N.Y. 14813-9758.
The main telephone number in Belmont is (585) 268-5681.

Private Schools

Houghton Academy
9790 Thayer St. Houghton, N.Y 14744
Phone: (585) 567-8115
Fax: (585) 567-8048
Immaculate Conception School
24 Maple Avenue Wellsville, NY 14895
Phone: (585) 593-5840

Colleges

Alfred State College Founded in 1908 as an agricultural college, Alfred State College is a unique educational institution.  The college offers a complete spectrum of technical education spanning from the vocational technologies in auto mechanics, auto body repair, diesel mechanics, construction building trades, computer-aided design and drafting, microcomputer repair, and food service through the four-year bachelor degree program in mechanical, electrical, Electro-mechanical, and surveying engineering technology; and including two-year associate degree offerings in engineering technology, allied health (nursing, medical laboratory technician, etc.) agriculture, horticulture, business, liberal studies, and computer science.

Alfred University – Founded in 1836, Alfred University is known for its scholarly excellence and diversity of academic and professional programs.  The non-sectarian University comprises the privately endowed College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, College of Business and Administration, School of Engineering, the Graduate School and a School of Ceramic Engineering and Science.

Houghton College – Houghton College is a coeducational, four-year liberal arts institution founded and maintained by The Wesleyan Church.  The first college-level courses were offered at Houghton in 1889 and the College received its permanent charter in 1927.  In 1969, Buffalo Bible Institute merged with Houghton College, giving the College a Buffalo campus which offers a two-year liberal arts program.

New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University – The College which shares housing and dining facilities as well as some classroom space and faculty expertise with Alfred University, was established in 1900.  The internationally acclaimed School of Art and Design offers students the opportunity to work with recognized artists in some of the nation’s finest art facilities.  The curriculum features a broad-based fine arts program with undergraduate offerings in design, painting, video, printmaking, photography, glass, ceramics and sculpture.