Roscoe Central School is in Roscoe, New York. Roscoe is situated on the western slope of the Catskill Mountains 1,400 feet above sea level and only 125 miles from New York City. The hamlet of Roscoe lies at the junction of the famous southern Catskill rivers: the Willowemoc and the Beaverkill.
In 1789, Roscoe was called Westfield Flats. It was the home of the Delaware Indians, panthers, and wolves. Today, Roscoe is known for its fine tourist accommodations, restaurants, and campsites.
Anglers from many parts of the world come for the exceptionally fine fishing along the Willowemoc and Beaverkill Rivers.
The Roscoe Central School, which opened in 1939, serves students from the Western Sullivan and Eastern Delaware Counties. Situated between the hamlets of Livingston Manor and Downsville, and serving students Pre-K through 12 from the towns of Rockland, Colchester, Hancock, Fremont, and Callicoon.