Spencerport Central Schools

Educating and Inspiring Each Student

Ben Vespone, a 2010 graduate, has exemplified this mission throughout his formative education and into his college pursuits at the University of Rochester, where he will graduate in May with a degree in biomedical engineering

Ben, who plans to pursue a master’s degree at UR, acknowledges his Spencerport education for providing the foundation required to be successful in college.

While at SHS, Ben completed AP and Honors courses and engaged in extracurricular activities such as FIRST Robotics, which also fostered his leadership development as the club’s president. His academic achievements and overall character also earned him the Superintendent’s award his senior year.

“I am grateful for the opportunities that I was afforded at Spencerport,” he said. “The AP courses were the most exciting and challenging aspects of my day and pushed me to succeed. My leadership experiences also helped me to build those skills and understand the little skills that go along with it such as confidence, communication, follow through, and a pro-active attitude.”

Spencerport offers more than 17 AP courses and post-secondary programs for college credit, including Syracuse University Project Advance, 3:1:3 with SUNY Brockport, dual credit with MCC and RIT, and Project Lead the Way.

Related Spencerport Central Schools News Stories

  • Spencerport Celebrates Culture with Festival of Nations Continue Reading »

    Spencerport Central Schools - Spencerport Celebrates Culture with Festival of Nations

    Cosgrove Middle School celebrates diversity and culture with its annual Festival of Nations. The evening event includes performances from students and families highlighting their cultural roots, and an opportunity to:  explore countries from all over the world, fill your passport for a chance to win a prize, sample international foods, and make crafts and activities for the whole family.

  • County Recognizes SHS students, CHOICES Continue Reading »

    Spencerport Central Schools - County Recognizes SHS students, CHOICES

    January marked National Mentoring Month, and Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo invited Spencerport High School students to a special ceremony on Jan. 23 to mark the occasion.

    The County Executive specifically recognized our students in the CHOICE'S program - a mentoring initiative in which high school students work with middle school students to help ease the transition to high school.

    Seniors Jamie Briggs and Natalie Wiebeld represented the program and Spencerport, and spoke about the success of CHOICES, as well as the High School’s Service Learning Internship Program (SLIP).

    Pictured, l-r: Senior Jamie B, County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo, and Senior Natalie W.

Connect with Spencerport Central Schools Visit District Site

preload preload