The Niskayuna Central School District serves a diverse community that is united in a common commitment to youth and excellence in education. Parents, alumni, booster groups, and community organizations play an active role in the life of the district.

Continuing Education

The Niskayuna Central School District is pleased to offer a variety of classes and programs to the adults and youth of our community. Learn more about the Niskayuna Continuing Education Program

Education Enrichment Fund

The Education Enrichment Fund (EEF) Advisory Committee invites applications for mini-grants of up to $1,000 to support initiatives that enrich student learning, instructional programs and learning tools, encourage innovative professional development, and promote the standard of excellence in the Niskayuna Central School District. Learn more about the EEF

Facilities Use Requests

Public use of school facilities may take place during and after school hours only if, in the opinion of the building principal, the use will not be disruptive of normal school operations. Learn more about using NCSD facilities

PTO’s and Community Organizations

In addition to each school’s Parent Teacher Organization, Niskayuna students benefit from the support of the Niskayuna Friends of Music, the Booster Club, and the Nisky C.A.R.E.S. special education support group. Learn more about these organizations

Swimming Pool

Niskayuna High School is home to an eight lane swimming pool, which is open to the community, accommodates swimmers of all levels and features a handicapped-accessible entry area. Learn more about the district swimming pool

Public Access to the Niskayuna High School Campus

Niskayuna High School is a hub of activity in our community and regularly hosts a variety of events. Outside use of the high school is primarily confined to non-school hours and weekends, through established procedures and for authorized events. The track and tennis courts are generally open to the public prior to 7:30 a.m. and after 5 p.m., provided they are not in use by a district interscholastic athletic team. Learn more about public access to the high school campus

Keep in touch with the district through School Messenger

Community members can receive e-mail, texts and phone calls through a system known as School Messenger. There are alerts for general district news, weather-related closings, School Board news and Continuing Education. Learn more about how to sign-up for School Messenger