The student body consists of grades 6 through 12, drawn from the Village of Florida and surrounding portions of the towns of Chester, Goshen and Warwick.
The school gets its name from Samuel S. Seward, a prominent settler and member of the New York State Assembly in 1804. His son, William H. Seward, was Secretary of State under presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson.
S. S. Seward Institute
53 North Main Street