Community invited to Athletic Facilities & High School Addition Grand Opening Celebration

The Goshen Central School District will host its Athletic Facilities & High School Addition Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, September 7 at Goshen High School. The Goshen community is invited to attend this free event that will showcase the progress of the district’s capital project that was approved last winter. Learn more about the capital …

Community advised to stay off high school track; work underway

District officials would like to remind the community to please stay off the high school track and field area. Lining and other work will be done to the track over the next few weeks; it’s important for the area to remain untouched in order to avoid any damage. If you have questions, please contact the …

Heather Carman named principal of C. J. Hooker Middle School

During last evening’s Board of Education meeting, Heather Carman was appointed as the new principal of the C. J. Hooker Middle School. She will replace Dr. William Rolon who recently resigned to take an assistant superintendent position at the Beacon City School District. Carman is a familiar name at C. J. Hooker, having served as …

Dr. William Rolon accepts assistant superintendent position at Beacon

Dr. William Rolon, principal of C. J. Hooker Middle School, will depart the district to serve as assistant superintendent for personnel and policy at Beacon City School District. He will begin his new position on August 21. Dr. Rolon has served as middle school principal since March 7, 2011. He came to Goshen from the …

Summer midpoint: Construction continues at Goshen High School

Summer is halfway over and the new school year is just around the corner. Construction at Goshen High School continues (as part of the district’s capital improvement project approved in February 2018) as the district gets ready for opening day for students on September 4. “The high school has undergone a transformation since summer began,” …

Student Publicity Form/Formulario de publicidad estudiantil

Please note – there is no paper form this year. Paper forms will NOT be accepted. The Goshen Central School District is proud to communicate its students’ academic, extra-curricular and athletic achievements, as well as classroom activities and school events, to the local community. Goshen students are often featured on the district website, social media …

Goshen athletics receives NYSPHSAA School of Excellence Award

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association, Inc. (NYSPHSAA) announced that the Goshen Central School District is one of its 2018-19 Scholar-Athlete School of Excellence Award winners. This year, 35 schools earned the School of Distinction Award and 135 schools earned the School of Excellence Award.  This year’s figures represent the highest number …

Fall sports registration is open! Register online via FamilyID

Fall athletics registration is now open. FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each …

Lacrosse athlete Margaret Calzeretta selected as high school All-American

Congratulations to Class of 2019 Margaret Calzeretta on her nomination as a high school All-American for girls lacrosse. A four-year member of the girls varsity lacrosse team and three-sport varsity athlete, Maggie graduated with five Section 9 titles. She was recognized as the 2019 Offensive Player of the Year and selected for the 2019 Section …

Honor Grads excited for future, grateful for support

More than 30 years ago, Goshen High School administrators began honoring the top six graduating seniors instead of the traditional top two. It was found that these high-achieving students held GPAs so close – merely hundredths of a point apart – that the district felt they all deserved to be honored for their accomplishments. And …

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