A number of recent articles in The Daily Star and U.S. News & World Report translate into a single message — Delhi’s schools are among our nation’s best. Delaware Academy has steadily climbed the national rankings over the past three years and now ranks in the top 7 percent of American high schools.
Reflecting this elite status, DA has been selected to host the 2014 State Finals for speech and debate, which is expected to bring up to 1,000 of New York’s brightest students to compete in Delhi this April.
Across the valley from Delaware Academy, U.S. News awarded State University College of Technology at Delhi the nation’s No. 1 ranking for online bachelor’s program. SUNY Delhi is also adding its first post-graduate degree, which will directly address our nation’s dramatic shortage of nurse educators.
Reflecting these achievements, Albany has appointed SUNY Delhi to spearhead a new academic initiative, Open SUNY, making higher education much more accessible to people of all ages throughout New York. Delhi’s academic institutions and the people who work there have found an exciting new way to put our region in the national spotlight and I am encouraged by their success. It truly is a great time to be a Delhi Bulldog or a SUNY Delhi Bronco!
Krzyston is a member of the Delhi Town Council.