The mission of Rochester Community Schools is to provide a quality education in a caring atmosphere for students to attain the necessary skills and knowledge to become lifelong learners and contribute to a diverse, interdependent, and changing world.
Points of Pride:
Graduation rate of 93.14% with 95% of our graduates attending post-secondary schools.
Scores in the top 10% of districts participating in state assessments
Composite MEAP scores are well above the state and county averages.
Rochester Community Schools received a Gold Medal designation in the 2007 Education Quotient ratings by Expansion Management Magazine, a ranking of U.S. schools with a K-12 enrollment of at least 3,300 students.
The Rochester Community Schools Foundation received over $517,000 in donations to support arts, academics and athletics throughout the district.
Twenty-one of our schools have been built or renovated over the past eight years to provide state-of-the-art educational facilities for our students and staff thanks to community support for bond millages in 1997, 2000 and 2004.
The Rochester Community Schools Adult Education program offers GED, high school completion and English as a Second Language courses.
Before and after school childcare is offered at all elementary and middle schools.
Children’s Programs offers a comprehensive pre-school program that is child-centered and aligned with the Rochester Community Schools kindergarten curriculum.
The Rochester Community Schools Enrichment Department offers a wide variety of recreation and life long learning classes for both youth and adults.
Video and web-based learning opportunities for students are available at Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek High Schools.