As our School District succeeds, so do our students... 

Pocantico Hills Central School District has rich traditions, supported by the Rockefeller family and the close-knit Pocantico Hills community, since its inception in 1932.  A uniquely wonderful place to live and learn, Pocantico Hills has an unparalleled physical plan and surroundings adjacent to Rockefeller State Park Preserve with ready access to both the cultural resources of Westchester County and New York City and the beauty and natural resources of the Hudson Valley countryside.  The Pocantico Hills Central School District includes parts of the towns of Mount Pleasant and Greenburgh

The District’s mission is built upon seven Guiding Principles that ensures rigorous academic programs with high expectations for all are delivered in a personalized learning environment where every individual student is known and cared for.  From pre-kindergarten to eighth grade, students attend central school campus and then make the choice to attend Briarcliff High School, Pleasantville High School, or Sleepy Hollow High School.  Opportunities to explore interdisciplinary connections and make learning relevant and meaningful extend from a strong core academic program to include the fine and performing arts, science, technology, home and careers, gardening, physical education, world languages, health and well-being.  Pocantico Hills graduates demonstrate a record of achievement we can be proud of, attending a wide range of impressive colleges and universities. The district embraces the concept of community as campus, building partnerships with local industry and organizations and developing civic responsibility through service. The District is supported in its work by a very active PTA and Pocantico Hills Foundation, which have raised funds to support initiatives such as artists in residence, playground equipment, STEM programming.

Pocantico Hills provides recreation programs for all district residents during the summer months, there is an Olympic sized swimming pool, a child’s pool and picnic area.  The District also runs a six-week day camp for students during the summer, which is also open to all non-residents.