Schodack Central School District

1216 Maple Hill Road, Castleton-on-Hudson, New York 12033
T: (518) 732-2297 • F: (518) 732-7710
Robert Horan, Superintendent

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Storyteller group Art students Art students SWE winners SWE winners HS student artists CES students Alumna Nicole Bureau and teacher Jennifer Carlson Students have artwork honored Students learn from graduate Students volunteer for CVAS

Alumni Join MS Storytellers Group

Maple Hill Middle School's Storytellers group had some special guests for their performance at the library on May 24. "This year's storytelling group did a great job at Castleton Public Library," said teacher Christine Fowler. "Two alumni, Sherwood Ludwig (2012) and Aubrey Kirsch (2013) joined the performance."

HS Students Have Artwork Selected for Regional Exhibit

Congratulations to Maddie Bryda and Kyler Randall whose artwork was selected to be in the 2016 Annual High School Regional Exhibit. Their artwork was on display at the Albany Center Gallery. "This is a very prestigious juried show," said teacher Suzanne Pazienza. "We are very proud and honored to have these students represent Schodack's High school art program."

Students Have Artwork Selected for Legislative Exhibit

Schodack CSD students had their artwork displayed the NYSATA Legislative Exhibit in Albany on May 18. Congratulations!

VFW Recognizes Middle School Students

Maple Hill Middle School students were recognized by East Greenbush VFW Post 7338 on May 16 for their participation in the VFW's Patriot's Pen Essay Contest. The contest encourages students to examine America's history and express their views based on a patriotic theme. Thanks for honoring our students!

Students Earn Society of Women Engineers' Awards

Maple Hill High School juniors Emily Roloson and Andrea Liss were honored with Merit Awards by the Society of Women Engineers on May 12. Congratulations!

Student Artists Have Work Selected for Exhibit

Congratulations to Phoebe Dortic, Alysa Kelly and Andrea Liss whose artwork was featured in the 20th District Congressional Art Exhibition at the Wallace Gallery in Troy. "We are very proud of our student artists who represented Schodack. Congratulations!" said teacher Suzanne Pazienza.

CES Students Raise Money for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

The CES K-Kids, together with the CES community and Story Place Preschool, raised a total of $3,315.96 during their Penny Wars fundraiser. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of Emily and Bella. Kindergarten students raised the highest amount of money with $775.84. Great job!

Alumna Honors Teacher as Most Influential in Her Life

Kindergarten teacher Jennifer Carlson was honored by a former student as the most influential teacher in her life and a role model for others. "If it were not for you, I probably would not be studying engineering," wrote Nicole Bureau to Mrs. Carlson. "You believed in me, and it was so contagious that I believed in me too." Read more...

Students' Artwork Selected for Exhibit

Maple Hill High School students Aric Coster, Payton Ferreria and Alysa Kelly had their artwork selected for the 27th Annual High School Invitational Art Exhibit at Hudson Valley Community College. Congratulations!

Industry Marketing Manager Shares with Students

As part of the Science Seminar Series, a program that helps students learn how science is used in various careers, Tom Hocker spoke to High School students about his work with 3-D printing as an Industry Marketing Manager at SABIC. Mr. Hocker is a Maple Hill graduate.

Students Help Through Castleton Volunteer Ambulance Service

The Castleton Volunteer Ambulance Service praised eight Maple Hill High School students who currently volunteer their time with the service. "They give up a lot of time and it is a huge commitment that deserves a special recognition," said Chief Samara Dorward. We couldn't agree more! Read more...

WildcatsMaple Hill Athletics - Home of the Wildcats

Schodack CSD believes participation in sports provides students unique opportunities and experiences that teach teamwork, good sportsmanship and other qualities supporting a well rounded education.


If you have a question about athletics, please e-mail Athletic Director Dave Austin or call him at (518) 732-7701, ext. 1140.

Register Now for Maple Hill Sports Academy Summer Camps

Registration is now open for Maple Hill Sports Academy summer camps. These camps teach fundamental skills of baseball, basketball, running, soccer and tennis in an atmosphere that is fun and safe. A registration form is available here… Posted 4/06/16.

Fall 2016 Sports Start Dates

  • Monday, Aug. 15 - JV and varsity fall sports begin
  • Monday, Aug. 29 - Modified sports begin

TwitterOfficial Athletic Twitter Accounts

Here is a list of the district's official Athletic Twitter accounts, which are run by coaches or Athletic Director Dave Austin. Posted 4/30/14.

No ParkingPlease Observe No Parking Signs for Sporting Events

The district would like to remind our community to please observe No Parking signs for sporting events, in particular on South Schodack Road and behind the High School. The only parking places for athletic events are the High School and Middle School parking lots. Due to concerns about safety, the district has asked Schodack police to enforce these rules and violators may be ticketed.

Opportunity for Businesses and Organizations to Support MH Athletics

As part of efforts to raise money to support the districts’ Athletics programs, the Maple Hill Booster Club has started a program where local businesses and organizations can make donations in return for a sign being posted at one of the district’s athletic fields. Two local businesses have already made donations through the program. For more information, click here…