Rye Middle School 3 Parsons St, Rye, NY10580 The Rye Middle School focuses on the importance of assisting students in their transition from childhood to adulthood,…More assisting students' transition from the self-contained classrooms of elementary schools to the departmentalized structure of the high school, and equipping students with the necessary academic skills and personal/social attitudes to succeed in the middle level grades, high school and beyond.
Rye High School is an accredited public high school, with approximately 840 students and a teaching staff of…More 79. Over 95% of its graduates enter universities and colleges. Classes are offered at the Honors and Regents levels, as well as 22 College Board Advanced Placement courses. </p>
<p>U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek Magazine<i> </i>have consistently recognized Rye High School as one of the top 100 high schools in the country. The school also offers a full range of classes and assistance for students with special education needs.</p>
Rye Youth Council Employment 2 Parsons St, Rye, NY10580 Since 1970, Rye Youth Council Employment has been serving the community with its employment services. The company helps…More high school- and college-aged workers find jobs in childcare, yard work, tutoring and offices. The offices of Rye Youth Council Employment are located at 2 Parsons St., on the southeast side of the Rye Nature Center.
Rye Brook Athletic Fields 830 King St, Rye Brook, NY10573 Located on the Blind Brook High School campus, the Rye Brook Athletics Fields include a full artificial turf…More football/soccer field and a softball/baseball field. In addition to football, soccer and baseball, the fields are set up for lacrosse and field hockey. Restrooms and a concession stand are also available.
Formed in 1963 to combat shoplifting, the Rye Youth Council has evolved into a community resource for kids of all…More ages, from elementary to high school.</p>
<p>It utilizes Youth Advocates, who work on communication and life skills with kids in a fun and relaxed environment. The high school program includes outreach to the community, such as Adopt-A-Grandfriend, where students are paired with elderly residents in a Mount Vernon nursing home and Teaching for Change, a tutoring program, which encourages high school students to teach English to day laborers in Port Chester. </p>
<p>The organization is based out of a house on Locust Avenue in downtown Rye.</p>
Rye TV 1051 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY10580 Under the purview of the town's local government, Rye TV is responsible for the television production needs of all city…More departents and agencies, as well as overseeing residential access to the town's community channel. Rye TV also oversees town's cable franchises, which are awarded by the city council to qualified multi-channel service providers, in this case, Verizon and Cablevision of Westchester. The network's studio is located in Rye High School. For more information, please contact Rye TV at the provided telephone number, or visit its website.
Blind Brook High School 840 King St, Rye Brook, NY10573 Part of the Blind Brook School District in Rye Brook, Blind Brook High School is overseen by Principal Scott Bersin. Mr.…More Bersin is responsible for all aspects of the school's operation including curriculum, personnel and student affairs. Assistant Principal Jane Wermuth is responsible for the high school operation attendance program and for other routine school wide operations. The staff includes a Director of Counseling, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Athletic Director, school nurse and teachers for grades 9 – 12.