A Different School of Thought

Our school is a thriving, diverse community of learners who engage locally and internationally to create opportunities to design, imagine, learn, and make a positive impact. 

At A Glance

List of 8 items.

  • 29-35

    Average Graduating Class
  • 17

    Advanced Placement Classes
  • 19

    Varsity Athletic Teams
  • 375

  • 6

    School Drama Productions
  • 6:1

    Student-Faculty Ratio
  • 64

    Faculty Members
  • 75%

    of AP Exam Scores 3 or Higher

List of 3 events.

  • Jan

    Chariot SAT/ACT Prep Class

    This special Chariot Learning SAT/ACT Extended Class is ideal for motivated students looking to learn the powerful math, reading, and English strategies and content needed for their best scores before Spring Break. The class is ideal for 11th graders registered for the February 11 ACT and March 11 SAT. Advance registration is required. For more information, visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lcBql6fAyDdAISBoWZPMoxrxO5OgUPIk/view.

    Admin Oversight: Phil Schwartz
    Coordinator: Emily Nevinger
    Room 3
  • Jan

    Upper School Play Call-Backs

  • Jan

    Junior College Meeting

    Members of the Class of 2024 and parents/caregivers will hear an engaging keynote address from the University of Rochester's Director of Admission and important information from Ms. Nevinger about the details of the college search process. Attendance is expected for all juniors and the more parents and caregivers in attendance the better! This is an in-person event in the CPC.

    Admin Oversight: Phil Schwartz
    Coordinator: Emily Nevinger
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Allendale Columbia School’s 33-acre campus is located on the east side of Rochester New York in Pittsford. Surrounded by birch trees and Allens Creek, the campus provides a serene environment where our students learn, grow, and explore. 
At Allendale Columbia, we prepare students for the world they will inherit. In our trusting and responsive environment, students in nursery through grade 12 grow in confidence and develop scholastic independence.