Public School 55

“Where Excellence Is The Exception"

Public School 55 was the second public elementary school to be built in Eltingville. It was constructed in the mid-1960s at 54 Osborne Street. This school was named after Henry M. Boehm. Henry Boehm was a diarist and a schoolmaster on Staten Island in the mid-1800s.

This school enlightens children in Kindergarten to the fifth grade, and has both mixed and separated special education classes. They offer programs and extracurricular activities for their students: music programs for all grades, dance group, visual arts, unified sports, field day, and more! Some of their extracurricular activities consist of after school center, jumpathon, family math night, and girl scouts.

Public School 55 Staten Island