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APW Jr Sr High School
639 County Route 22
Parish, NY 13131
p: (315) 625-5222 or 625-5220
f:  (315) 625-4638

Jr Sr High School Principal
p: (315) 625-5222

Melissa Nabinger
Jr Sr High School Assistant Principal
p: (315) 625-5220


Congratulations Class of 2017 Rebels!

Attention Seniors - Student Parking Applications
Attention Seniors - Students wishing to obtain permission to park on school grounds will need to complete an application and be approved. The application will need to be completed in full with all necessary documentation attached before a student will be considered. The main office at the Jr/Sr High School is now accepting completed applications. The link to obtain the application is below.…/2016-2017%20%20-%20student%20parkin…

2016-2017 Student Handbook is Completed
The 2016-2017 JR/Sr Student Handbook has been posted on the Jr/Sr High School Page.  Please reveiw the handbook and become familiar with all aspects.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call the main office at 625-5220. Thank you.


School News
APW Board names new junior/senior high school principal: The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Board of Education approved the appointment of Joseph T. Olsen as APW Junior/Senior High School Principal. Olsen will replace Michelle Crisafulli who resigned at the close of the school year to take an administrative position in another district.   Olsen has worked in education for more than 10 years. He began his career as a Business and Marketing Teacher at Paul V. Moore High School in Central Square and for the past two years has served at the Career and ... more >>
APW Buildings Off Limits Over Summer: Buildings in the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District will have limited or no use over the summer months this year due to site work and maintenance to the facilities.   The elementary building, including the fields and playground will be closed from June 24 th until August 30 th . Roof work on the building as well as site work for the grounds will be done during this time.   In addition, the Junior/Senior High School gymnasium will undergo gym floor maintenance and will ... more >>
Nearly Half a Million Dollars in Scholarships Awarded to APW Seniors: Senior students of Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) Central School District were awarded nearly half a million dollars in scholarships collectively during their Senior Awards Ceremony.   Among the many awards distributed were: the Class of 1967 Memorial Award given to descendants of the members of the Class of 1967 in memory of class members lost; numerous Dollars for Scholars Scholarships; and the APW Honor Graduate Award distributed to students who earned a 90 grade point average or above ... more >>
APW Athletic Awards Ceremony: The 2016-17 APW athletic awards were held recently and the following student athletes were recognized for their outstanding achievements: Justin Bristol was recognized for his outstanding basketball season and his All League First Team designation. Rebel Awards: Most competitive: Sydney Jones; Team Player: Peyton Nadeau; Dedication: Takota Jacobsen; Warrior: Brian Koagel; Most Improved: Maryanne Lazore; Work Horse: Sydney Brouse; and Sportsmanship: Aubri McCarty. The Ultimate Rebel Award recognized ... more >>
APW Students Learn 21st Century Career Skills at WCNY’s Enterprise America City: Middle School students from Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) Central School District recently spent a day operating WCNY's Enterprise America City, an exciting hands-on program where students apply STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), financial and civic literacy skills they have learned in class.   In the program, the students run the "city's" 14 businesses and City Hall, becoming business entrepreneurs and employees, consumers and citizens. Occupational ... more >>

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Dr. Jeffrey Bryant, Interim Superintendent

639 County Route 22
P.O. Box 97
Parish, NY 13131