A great deal of attention has been given to educational and health care facilities in the City of Rochester and Webster, New York. The following is an overview of these facilities.
Webster Public Schools (WPS) is a school district that serves approximately 3,000 students in the Town of Webster. It includes eight schools, each school with its school district. The eight schools are:
Webster Elementary School (Grades K-5), Clarkson Elementary School (Grades K-5), Patridge Academy (Grades 6-8), Webster Middle School (Grades 6-8), Webster Thomas High School (Grades 9-12), Webster Montessori Academy (Grades PK-5), Webster Montessori Middle School (Grades 6-8), Honeywell Elementary School (K-5 – District 75 – for students with disabilities).
Colleges in the Rochester Area include:
Webster City School District and the WeaKnecht Home and School Association has a proud tradition of graduating Webster students. The school district is dedicated to nurturing lifelong learning, developing independent thinkers, advancing intellectual curiosity, and fostering personal growth through an educational environment that respects diversity.
Roberts Wesleyan College offers a liberal arts college education from a Christian perspective. The college is located in Rochester, New York, and the approximate annual enrollment is 1,500 students. Roberts Wesleyan offers more than 50 majors and minors to its full-time undergraduate students and strongly emphasizes career preparation through experiential learning opportunities such as internships and cooperative education.
St Mary’s Hospital School of Nursing, located in Rochester, offers a diploma program, an intensive 12-month course designed to provide the skills necessary to enter the nursing profession as a licensed practical nurse (LPN). The high school student will prepare for college entrance and then transfer to a college program to complete an associate degree in nursing.
Roberts Vocation Training Association-IRCTC offers a wide range of career training programs and courses to train students for 21st-century careers. The school has over 23 different occupational programs ranging from Certified Nursing Assistant to Veterinary Technician to Forklift Operator/Maintainer.
There are also several hospitals, these are:
Monroe County Medical Center (MCMC) is a specialized hospital providing outstanding patient care from primary and urgent care to acute medical and surgical services, emergency departments, rehabilitation therapies, various outpatient services, and support programs.
Monroe Community Hospital at Highland Avenue, formerly Genesee Hospital, is affiliated with Monroe County Medical Center providing critical access to high-quality healthcare for residents in the greater Rochester area.