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    Welcome to QUFSD!  

    Empowering Students
    Queensbury Union Free School District serves more than 3,400 students in grades K-12 on a single campus with four school buildings: 
    The district has a reputation for academic excellence. It consistently ranks among the top school districts in the region based on academic data, and more than 90 percent of students graduate with a Regents or Advanced Regents diploma. Grants and partnerships have also helped launch initiatives such as the Early College High School, International Baccalaureate, Project Lead the Way and innovation space programs.
     
    Having one of the lowest total spending per pupil rates in the region, as well as the state, has also earned Queensbury a reputation for fiscal responsibility.
     
    The district mission is to empower all students to be lifelong learners, inspired to pursue their dreams and contribute to the global community. School board members, administrators, teachers, support staff, students, and parents all work together to fulfill this mission in tangible, measurable ways.
     
    Partnering with the Community
    Community partnerships have helped turn this district into the heart of the Town of Queensbury. It is a place where residents of all ages and backgrounds come to enjoy first-class facilities, competition-level playing fields, and exciting student productions. Nearly 60 organizations, including the Town of Queensbury Parks & Recreation Department, hold numerous programs and activities on school grounds each year.
     
    The partnership doesn’t end there! Residents also help the Queensbury Board of Education and administrators set educational and fiscal priorities. They do so by volunteering for parent-teacher associations and school committees, by discussing topics at community forums, by making comments at school board meetings and on budget vote exit surveys, and through one-on-one conversations with school leaders.
     
    In Queensbury, there’s always a way to get involved in your school district.
     
    Reaching Out Locally, Globally
    Students and staff members are just as involved in their local and global communities. Each year, they participate in numerous service projects, fundraisers and job-shadowing experiences. They also serve as international ambassadors, through foreign-exchange programs, visits with foreign diplomats, musical performances in Europe, a partnership with sister-city Saga, Japan, and more.
     
    An Ideal Place to Live and Pursue Your Dreams
    Queensbury is nestled in a region rich with cultural opportunities, indoor and outdoor recreational activities, historic landmarks, and scenic landscapes. Living in the foothills of the Adirondacks, residents enjoy skiing, sledding, hiking, biking, rock climbing, golfing, and more. Also nearby, Lake George and the Hudson River offer exciting water sports and great fishing.
     
    Queensbury is home to outlet malls, antique shops, restaurants, the Adirondack Balloon Festival, and the Great Escape Six Flags theme park. It borders the City of Glens Falls, which offers art, history and children’s museums as well as a civic center that hosts a professional hockey team, concerts, high school sports competitions and more. U.S. News & World Report also named this area one of the nation’s 10 best housing markets.
     
    Albany is only an hour south of Queensbury, and major cities such as Boston, New York City and Montreal are all within a four-hour drive.
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    Queensbury UFSD is the place to find... 

     
    21st-century technology classrooms at QHS, QMS
    Co-learning labs at WHBI, QHS
    Full-day kindergarten at QES
    Computer labs and library media centers at all schools 
    Electronic learning tools such as Chromebooks, SMART Boards, student response systems, and plasma monitors
    Rigorous, career-focused programs (e.g., International Baccalaureate, Early College High School, Project Lead the Way, advanced placement) 
    Electives in English, math, science, social studies, technology, business, art, and music
    Nearly 50 varsity, junior varsity and freshman sports
    Nearly 30 modified sports
    Numerous music and fine arts programs 
    A variety of extracurricular clubs 
    A 200-acre campus that holds all school buildings, an indoor pool, competition-level playing fields, wooded cross country trails, and more
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