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Ryan Gloyer Middle School, previously known as Seneca Valley Middle School, serves all students within the district and is located on the main campus in Harmony. The address of the school is 122 Seneca School Road. The middle school is set up to adjust students further into high school life.
The Seneca Institute was a Christian, primary and secondary school for African Americans that was founded in 1899 by the Seneca River Baptist Association. It occupied about 8 acres (3.2 ha) in Seneca, South Carolina. The site is bounded by West South Third and South Poplar Streets and Scotland Road. It was founded to promote education for ...
The West Seneca Central School District is the third largest central school district in Western New York, and one of the largest school districts in New York State. It serves 25 square miles (65 km 2 ), including a majority of the town of West Seneca, and portions of the towns of Cheektowaga, Orchard Park, and Hamburg. It was centralized in 1946.
The middle and high schools are located at the Ovid campus. South Seneca is part of the Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga (TST) BOCES district. South Seneca is also part of Section 5 sports and is part of the Wayne-Fingerlakes League. The Superintendent is Stephen Parker Zielinski. The current enrollment (2016–17) is 672 students. 
Seneca ( / ˈsɛnɪkə /;  in Seneca, Onödowáʼga꞉ or Onötowáʼka꞉) is the language of the Seneca people, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois League; it is an Iroquoian language, spoken at the time of contact in the western portion of New York.  While the name Seneca, attested as early as the seventeenth century, is of obscure ...
The old Seneca Public High School was demolished on July 1, 1968. In 1969 the new Nemaha Valley High School opened for classes. During this same year, Kelly High School was closed, and its students attended NVHS. In March 1970, Nemaha Valley High School was dedicated. In 1974, Saints Peter and Paul High School closed.
Seneca and Sagamore junior high schools (formerly grades 7 and 8) became middle schools (grades 6 through 8). The former Sachem High School South, the 9th and 10th-grade facility, was converted into Samoset Middle School. Sequoya was built as a fourth middle school for the purpose of reconfiguration.