Schoharie County has turned out many successful individuals from top-level executives to farmers. Most fundamental, though, is the skilled workforce.
Schoharie County Population 25 Years and Older, Census 2000
82% – High school graduate
17% – Bachelor’s degree
Six local school districts, BOCES Career & Tech and SUNY Cobleskill provide a substantial foundation for engineers to technicians, culinary experts to cosmetologists. Beyond our school walls, more than 24 reputable colleges and universities are within an hour drive of Schoharie County.
State University of New York at Cobleskill
hands-on research and technology programs emphasize agricultural life sciences, environmental programs, natural resources, business, culinary arts and computer technologies.
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Capital Region Career & Tech/BOCES
Vocational schools and this spirit of cooperation is the foundation of our economic Grow Team. We are ready to work with you to identify the best that Schoharie County has to offer.
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Six Schoharie County Public School Districts
Secondary educational institutes offer top-notch experiences and above-average results.
- Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School
- Gilboa-Conesville Central School
- Jefferson Central School
- Middleburgh Central School
- Schoharie Central School
- Sharon Springs Central School
Compare area high schools within 30 miles at Great Schools.