Town of
Oneida County, NY
 Educational Facilities 

Educational Facilities:
A History of Schools in Steuben
There were thirteen school districts within the town served by one room schoolhouses. In 1931, the districts became centralized joining the Adirondack, Remsen, and Holland Patent school districts.

A man was preferred to teach grades one through eight in the 1800’s. There was no kindergarten. Usually, the women teacher outnumbered the men.

Besides teaching, the teacher’s duties included ordering wood and stoking the stove. In 1888, hardwood cut 18” to fit the stove cost $1.40 a cord delivered.

The school year consisted of two 18 week terms from December to March, and April to July. This allowed the children to be home when the roads were too muddy to be traveled and when haying started in
Adirondack Central School
There are 2 school buildings in Boonville. One, the lower grades is in the village on Rt 46. The other is the High School & is just outside the village on Rt 291.
Holland Patent Central School
The middle school and the elementary school is located in Holland Patent NY on Main St. and the High School is on Thompson Rd.just outside of the village. There is also another School in Stitteville NY.
The E-mail Address is
Mohawk Valley Community College
located at
1101 Sherman Drive, Utica NY
1101 Floyd Ave, Rome NY
Remsen Central School
This is an elementery school and a High School. They are seperated into two buildings. The High School has almost double the space they had with the new addition. This includes class rooms, a new Gym &
SUNY Institute of Technology
State University of NY
Located off Mulaney Rd, Marcy NY
UTICA COLLEGE of Syracuse University
located at 1600 Burrstone Rd., Utica NY