Buffalo Public Schools

Buffalo Public Schools serves approximately 47,000 students in Buffalo, New York, the second largest city in the state of New York. It is located in Erie County of western New York and operates nearly 70 facilities.

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Buffalo Public Schools - Athletics
... Buffalo Public Schools has an extensive athletic program ... Students can participate in football, (including the Harvard Cup), basketball, baseball, softball, tennis, cross-country, track and field, bowling, swimming, volleyball, ice hockey and rugby ...

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