Welcome to Caledonia-Mumford Central School
99 North Street, Caledonia, NY 14423
This is a photograph of the historic Caledonia-Mumford Elementary School, originally built as the Caledonia High School, which opened in October 1939. Additions were made in the mid-1950s when centralization occured. Students in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade attended class in this building. In 1965 the middle school was built on the property behind this building to the east and students in grades seven through twelve were moved to the new building. The original school became an elementary school. Today students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade attend class in this beautiful building.
Students in grades six, seven and eight attend class in the middle school and students in grades nine through twelve attend class in the high school, which opened in 1998.
Our District is comprised of 860+ students and three school buildings on one campus. Our elementary school serves grades Pre-K through grade 5. Our middle school serves grades 6 through 8 and high school serves grades 9-12. Caledonia-Mumford C.S.D is located approximately 20 miles southwest of the City of Rochester, in the northern part of Livingston County and in the picturesque Genesee Valley. Our campus is located on a 90-acre site and our district covers nearly 60-square miles. CMCS is comprised of five townships; Caledonia, Riga, Chili, Wheatland and Leroy as well as the Village of Caledonia and hamlets of Mumford and Clifton.
Caledonia-Mumford Central School District has a long-standing tradition of excellence. Recently, Caledonia-Mumford High School was once again recognized by the New York State Education Department as a Reward School for the 2016-2017 school year. CMCS High School has earned this distinction for three consecutive years, placing it in the top five percent of NYS high schools.
Furthermore, US News and World Report analyzed over 29,000 High Schools throughout the United States and Caledonia-Mumford High School earned a Bronze Medal placing us in the top 30% of high schools in the country.