Welcome to Genesee Valley Central School

  • The Genesee Valley Central School (GVCS) District serves ~600 students (PK-12) and spans 117 square miles of rural terrain in the southwest corridor of New York State. The District was formed in 1996 through the merger of Belmont Central School and Angelica Central School.

    GVCS is identified by the New York State Education Department as a High Need/Resource Capacity Rural District. To meet the wide-ranging needs of its community, Genesee Valley operates as a Full-Service Community School—connecting students, families and community members with resources and supports to provide an environment where each student is given the best opportunity to thrive educationally and personally.

    Fast Facts

    • Year founded: 1996
    • Colors: Green, black, and white
    • Mascot: Jaguars