The Chenango Forks School District is located in a suburban part of Broome County, nine miles north of Binghamton, New York. The area's picturesque setting includes rolling hills and the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers. The district is served by the Binghamton Regional Airport, and has connections for Interstates 81 and 88, as well as Route 17.
Binghamton University and Broome Community College are located in the area, giving residents access to exceptional and affordable higher education. In addition, a variety of cultural opportunities are available, including the Roberson Science and Museum Center, Tri-Cities Opera, Cider Mill Playhouse, Binghamton Philharmonic, Broome County Historical Society, and many theatrical groups. The region is well-known as the "Carousel Capital," housing several original working carousels. Numerous other recreational opportunities abound, such as cross-country skiing, golf, and fishing.
The area is also host to two minor league professional sports teams. The school district is comprised of four schools: Harshaw Primary (pre-k-2); Kenyon Intermediate (3-5); CF Middle School (6-8); and CF High School (9-12). Our primary and intermediate schools are housed in the Chenango Forks Elementary complex on Patch Road, but operate as separate entities. The Middle School is an extension of the High School building on Gordon Drive, and both schools also operate as separate entities. Student enrollment includes approximately 1,500 students in grades pre-kindergarten through twelfth.