Capital Region BOCES
Capital Region BOCES provides educational leadership, services and support to meet the needs of our students and school districts in Albany, Schoharie, Schenectady and Saratoga Counties. Capital Region BOCES is the sixth largest BOCES in New York State, and delivers more than 300 educational and administrative services to its 24 component school districts and to the City School District of Albany. Combined, these districts educate more than 80,000 students in the Albany, Schoharie, Schenectady and Saratoga counties of New York State. The districts are diverse, including small rural schools and large urban districts.
The mission of the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES is to provide shared services to its component school districts. There are 10 component school districts in the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton Sole Supervisory District as follows: Brushton-Moira Central School, Chateaugay Central School, Lake Placid Central School, Long Lake Central School, Malone Central School, Raquette Lake Union Free School, St. Regis Falls Central School, Salmon River Central School, Saranac Lake Central School and Tupper Lake Central School.
Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery (HFM) BOCES
Through collaborative partnerships and innovative leadership, Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES creates educational opportunities that prepare individuals for lifelong success. HFM BOCES provides more than $31.2 million in shared educational services to the 15 school districts in Fulton, Montgomery and Hamilton Counties.
Questar III BOCES
Questar III BOCES helps school districts operate more efficiently and cost effectively by pooling their resources and sharing costs. Questar III is an educational cooperative providing leadership and creating student success through shared instructional and support services to schools and their communities.
Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex (WSWHE) BOCES
WSWHE BOCES serves 31 school districts in a five-county region. The WSWHE BOCES is the second largest geographically of the 38 BOCES regions in New York State covering 2,686 square miles. It is also the 13th largest in terms of kindergarten through grade 12 enrollments in the participating component school districts. With 31 component districts, it is the fourth largest in the State. There are three city school districts, three union-free school districts, one common school district and 24 central school districts. The total enrollment in the component districts kindergarten through grade 12 is approximately 42,500 students.