A Different School of Thought

Our school is a thriving, diverse community of learners who engage locally and internationally to create opportunities to design, imagine, learn, and make a positive impact. 
Now accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year!

Please call our Admissions Office at 585-641-5344 to inquire.

Drop in ANY Wednesday between 9:00 a.m. and 2 p.m.
for a guided tour and to learn more about AC!

Can't make it? Call 585.641.5344 to make an appointment today!

At A Glance

List of 8 items.

  • 29-35

    Average Graduating Class
  • 17

    Advanced Placement Classes
  • 19

    Varsity Athletic Teams
  • 375

  • 6

    School Drama Productions
  • 6:1

    Student-Faculty Ratio
  • 64

    Faculty Members
  • 75%

    of AP Exam Scores 3 or Higher

List of 3 events.

  • Feb

    Parents/Caregivers of LGBTQ+ Children Affinity Group

    AC Parent Affinity Groups are designed to facilitate the following:
    • • Discuss issues that support AC's diversity, equity, and inclusion goals and priorities
    • • Hold space to identify issues relevant to and through the lens of group participants 
    • • Build capacity for cross group dialogue and more inclusive spaces
    • • Connect issues relevant to the groups to the larger community
    The affinity groups are not intended to imply that all families share the same experience. Rather, the groups provide the opportunity for reflection, dialogue, and support, and the capacity to build more inclusive spaces.

    The affinity group will meet virtually via Zoom invite!
    Via Zoom
  • Feb

    DEIB Meeting

    Please join us for our parent DEIB (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging) meeting at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. Learn more about AC initiatives and provide input on how AC can continue to strive to become a more equitable and welcoming school community. 

    Please be sure to RSVP and submit your questions before the meeting. All are encouraged to attend!  Zoom invite will be sent via email.
  • Feb

    African American Read-In

    AC students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to share short readings by African-American and Pan-African writers.
    Dining Commons
    Angelica Davis-Bernard
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Visit Us

Allendale Columbia School’s 33-acre campus is located on the east side of Rochester New York in Pittsford. Surrounded by birch trees and Allens Creek, the campus provides a serene environment where our students learn, grow, and explore. 
At Allendale Columbia, we prepare students for the world they will inherit. In our trusting and responsive environment, students in nursery through grade 12 grow in confidence and develop scholastic independence.