The Capital District Business Review ranked
Scotia-Glenville as the 19th top district out of 85 local school districts. Last year, Scotia-Glenville ranked 13th.
Those honors are all part of what Superintendent Susan Swartz calls a districtwide success.
"When a school district is recognized for its success and its commitment to improvement. It is really something that is a combined effort from administration, staff, parents and students," said Swartz.
Swartz said she does believe that finding those students who need extra help and providing that in the summer months is crucial. She also said it is just as important to provide opportunities to those who want to "get ahead" in the summer.
For information on the district's summer programs and state scores, visit www.sgcsd.net.