Lyndonville is a small rural village located in Orleans County midway between Buffalo and Rochester. Income is derived primarily from agriculture, particularly orchards and dairy farms. Food processing plants and light industry provide employment for residents in the area. Many other residents commute to a variety of occupations in nearby small cities. Several universities and colleges, including the University of Buffalo, Niagara University, The University of Rochester, R.I.T., and SUNY at Brockport, are located within a 50-mile radius of Lyndonville. Lyndonville provides a rural lifestyle with convenient access to urban culture.
The Lyndonville Central School District serves about 625 public school students in Lyndonville Elementary School (PreK-6), and Lyndonville Middle/High School (7-12). It is a public/comprehensive school district accredited by the New York State Board of Regents. A full range of academic programs enables students to earn a Local, Regents or Advanced Regents Diploma
Grade 12: 60
Grade 11: 56
Grade 10: 41
Grade 09: 43
Grade 08: 32
Grade 07: 36
L.A. Webber Middle-High School offers a comprehensive high school program that includes a strong college preparatory program, and offerings in art, business, family and consumer science, music and technology.
Foreign language instruction is available in Spanish beginning in 8th grade.
Electives are offered in both academic and vocational subject areas.
All Regents level Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics courses include an additional laboratory period every other day.
Qualified students may begin high school level mathematics in eighth grade.
Advanced placement courses allow students to gain a head start on college level studies. Advanced Placement courses include English Language & Composition, English Literature & Composition, Calculus AB, Statistics, and US History.
Beginning and Advanced level vocational courses are provided through cooperative programs with Orleans/Niagara BOCES.
To graduate from Lyndonville Central School District, a student must meet all of the requirements specified in the regulations of New York State, including successful completion of all required Regents exams.
Course and credit requirements:
Regents Diploma Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation English 4 credits 4 credits Social Studies 4 credits 4 credits Mathematics 3 credits 3 credits Science 3 credits 3 credits Art/Music 1 credit 1 credit Health ½ credit ½ credit Physical Education 2 credits 2 credits Language Other Than English (LOTE) 1 credit 3 Credits* Electives 3.5 credits 1.5 credits Total Credits 22 credits 22 credits