Located at the intersection of Osborn Road and Boston Post Road, Osborn Elementary School was established in 1957 as…More one of three elementary schools in Rye, serving kindergarten through fifth grade. It is a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, nationally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
The school's campus sits on three acres of land surrounded by playgrounds and playing fields. The current enrollment is approximately 600 students with a 70-person full and part-time faculty. The average class size is 19 students. The building includes an auditorium, multipurpose room, computer lab, library and 40 classrooms.
Milton School serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. In 1898, Union Free School District #2…More moved from Milton Road to the school's current location on a hill atop Hewlett Avenue. The new brick building, current gym and auditorium accommodated the growing number of children from the Milton Point community of grades K-9, at the time.
Milton School gained a reputation for excellence due to the dedication of Board of Education members and early principals, especially John L. Flores, who served as principal from 1917 to 1952. In 2003, Milton School was awarded a second Blue Ribbon for academic excellence based on the performance of its students in reading and math.