Frontier Central School District is located at S 5120 Orchard Avenue Hamburg, NY. This public school system serves the needs of the local community for education in grades K through 12 in Erie County. Historically the Town of Hamburg was created by an act of the State Legislature on March 20, 1812. Many ethnic groups helped in the development of Hamburg. The earliest settlers were from New England. The first Germans came in the 1830's and were responsible for the growth of many prosperous farms.
By 1850, Hamburg was reduced to its present size; the Towns of West Seneca and Orchard Park having been created from Hamburg's original boundaries. The Lakeshore Railroad Line was built in Hamburg around 1852, running from Buffalo to Cleveland. The Polish and Italians began to arrive in 1890 with the growth of the steel industry.
Hamburg has three buildings listed in the "Buffalo Architecture: "A Guide"; Lakeside Cemetery Office; the Lakeview School; and the Octagon Building. The newest cultural attraction of the Town is the Hamburg Historical Museum on South Park Avenue.
The mission of the Frontier Central School District is to “inspire each student to exhibit integrity as a self-directed life-long learner, achieving personal goals while responsibly contributing to an ever-changing world.”
Frontier Central School District
S 5120 Orchard Avenue
Hamburg, NY 14075
Erie County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13.3
Schools in this District: 6
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|