The East Irondequoit Central School District is located in Monroe County, New York, adjacent to the City of Rochester, and serves a community of approximately 30,000 residents in the eastern portion of the Town of Irondequoit.


All of the district's six schools are authorized as International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools, making East Irondequoit CSD one of the few districts in the country to have IB at all levels. The district pays for all IB and Advance Placement exam fees. These are links to information about our schools on the International Baccalaureate website:

Advancement via Individual Determination (AVID) is in place at both the middle school and high school. The middle school is the only AVID National Demonstration School in New York State. 100% of AVID students at the high school have been accepted to college over the last three years.

Project Lead the Way gives high school students a chance to explore the field of engineering, and at the same time, earn credits at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

A partnership with Monroe Community College has provided students taking dual-credit courses the chance to earn college credits at no cost.

East Irondequoit has established a partnership with the Warner Graduate School of Education at the University of Rochester, who will engage in research and course design to address the principles and implications of digital conversion and online learning. East Irondequoit will serve as a demonstration site where future educators can see the power of digital conversion in action and work alongside teachers in the classrooms to personally experience these innovative instructional practices.

We are also currently working with the Warner Graduate School of Education at the University of Rochester and some local BOCES and school districts to establish a Digital Conversion Consortium. The ultimate goal of this consortium is "... to curate information about all aspects of digital conversion... and provide linkage to research about the relevance and importance of this work as well as everything a district will need to know about adopting and implementing a digital conversion strategy of their own." The goal is for this consortium to become a sustained knowledge base maintained by its members, that will continue to gain strength and stamina as more and more member districts contribute.