The Eden Central School District was established in 1896. In 1897, a state law made it possible for all children living in the district to receive a free high school education. The first class graduated in 1899.
Currently the Eden Community encompasses approximately 70 square miles with boundaries extending from the town of Eden into the towns of Boston, Evans, North Collins and Concord. Eden is located just 18 miles south of Buffalo on Route 62 and at Exit 57A of the New York State Thruway.
The District has long been recognized in the Western New York area for its outstanding academic achievement, a music program that has consistently received county and state recognition, and a comprehensive, successful athletic program. Through its membership in BOCES #2 of Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties it provides for both Career/Technical Education and Special Education programs. The school system is composed of four buildings, including three schools and the district transportation facility, located on a single campus of 107 acres in the Eden hamlet.