The Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in New York State was established in 1948 to provide cost-effective shared educational programs and services to school districts. Over 60 years later, the goal remains the same, but has evolved to include a focus on preparing students for their role in a global economy while collaborating with districts to close gaps in student achievement.
Each school day the programs and services we provide impact the more than 21,000 students that attend our nine Oswego County School Districts. We not only provide outstanding educational experiences, but also offer cost effective cooperative services and programs to the districts themselves.
In addition to our educational programs, our many services bring cultural experiences to the local schools, books to their libraries and the latest in technology to their students. The success of Oswego County's more than 21,000 students is our mission.
We also strive to enhance the lives of our residents by providing GED programs, enrichment classes and adult literacy lessons.
Like any other growing organization, we are always working to improve these programs and services. This website will provide an overview of all of the many educational initiatives we provide to you, our community.
To learn more about Oswego County BOCES click the links below:
Oswego County BOCES
Board of Education
The Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) allows members of the public to access the records of school districts and other governmental agencies. Learn more about the FOIL request process at Oswego County BOCES.
Oswego County BOCES shall continue its long-standing policy of providing
educational opportunities for all students who wish to enroll in any course
without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, or creed.
The Title IX compliance officers are Mr. Mark LaFountain and Mrs. Jane Suddaby.