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Contact Information 

 

Mr. Leonard Sauers - Business Administrator/Treasurer

Mr. Jeff Jacques- Director of Transportation

 

Lake Placid Central School District Office

50 Cummings Road Lake Placid, NY 12946

Phone: (518) 523-2475

Superintendent Office Fax: (518) 523-4971

Business Office Fax: (518) 523-4901

 

Lake Placid Middle/High School

34 School Street Lake Placid, NY 12946

Phone: (518) 523-2474

Fax: (518)523-2896

 

Lake Placid Elementary School

318 Old Military Road, Lake Placid, NY 12946

Phone: (518) 523-3640

Fax: (518)523-4314

Faculty E-mail Listings

 

Lake Placid Transportation Department

5648 Cascade Road Suite 3, Lake Placid, NY 12946

Phone: (518) 523-4277

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Serving the Communities of Lake Placid & Wilmington

The village of Lake Placid sits in the heart of New York's beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Home to the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Games, Lake Placid today remains a mecca for national and international athletic competitions. Tourism provides residents with year-round employment  and students with a diversity of influences rarely found in such a small community.  

Lake Placid Central School has been offering students great experiences since the first "little red schoolhouse" was built in 1848. Today, students enjoy small class sizes, state of the art technology, college preparatory/AP classes and an abundance of extra-curricular opportunities. 

School Profile

Elementary School

Grades K-5:

Elementary School

Grades K-5: 296 students

Middle School

Grades 6-8: 175 students

High School

Grades 9-12: 232 students

Student per Teacher Ratio 9:1

Graduation Information - Glass of 2011 (54 students)

7% High School Diplomas

48% NYS Regents Diplomas

43% NYS Regents Diplomas- Advanced Distinction

77% of Graduates College Bound

2% Military

2011- Over $130, 000 in local scholarships