General Information

Brockport High School is a large comprehensive public-school serving grades 9-12. Brockport offers a full range of college preparatory and career and technical courses, as well as several special programs of study:

• 3-1-3 Program- a senior year program for academically motivated students through which students through which students meet senior year graduation requirements while completing the first year of a baccalaureate degree at SUNY Brockport.
• Project Lead the Way- an honors level pre-engineering program designed for students interested in pursuing a degree in engineering.
• New Visions- an interdisciplinary immersion program that offers high credits, professional internships, real world knowledge and a community service component.
• WEMOCO – an offsite career and technical education center that offers students hands-on training in more than 20 vocational programs.

Brockport currently offers 9 honors, 17 Advance Placement courses, career internship opportunities and dual credit courses through which students can earn high school and college credit from Monroe Community College (MCC), Genesee Community College (GCC) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).

Beyond the classroom, Brockport students participate in over 45 clubs and 24 interscholastic athletic programs, with many students participating in multiple activities. Brockport has developed a unique transition program- Focus. Learn. Engage. Connect (F.L.E.C) – that allows many upper classmen to develop leadership skills by mentoring incoming freshman: teaching mini-lessons, tutoring and connecting freshman to extracurricular activities.

As we embark on the opening of the 2020-2021 school year, the health and safety of our students, our staff and their families is our top priority. We want students and employees to feel comfortable and safe returning to our school campus.

It is possible due to COVID-19 that we may need to alternate between in-person and remote learning throughout the year due to recommendations and guidance from our partnering agencies and stay-at-home orders from the Governor. The level of infection, the spread of the virus and response to the disease in our community will be at the forefront of our decision making as we move to open our schools. We are fully confident that together we are resilient and we will work together as a team to have a successful year.

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