Holley is a family-oriented community of rich farmland and affordable country living. Along the historic Erie Canal and in the county of Orleans, the area is noted for its fruit, vegetable and dairy farming.
The Village of Holley is a tight-knit community and for the past 60 plus years, residents have come together every Flag Day to watch Holley elementary students parade into the town square, flags in hand, and hear the band and chorus perform.
Holley students learn about community service early on by participating in the Annual Jump Rope for Heart to raise funds for the American Heart Association's research and programs. In over 30 years, the event has raised just over $250,000 thanks to the efforts of students, parents, staff and community members.
For the past dozen years, Holley has hosted a Senior Citizen Appreciation Breakfast to thank the district’s seniors for their support over the years and to honor Older Americans Month observed in May. The event continues to grow every year that it’s held.
Holley graduates often go on to study at one of the eight colleges and universities within 50 miles of Holley, including Monroe and Genesee Community Colleges, The College at Brockport, the University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, and University at Buffalo.
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