Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) All four Catholic schools in Broome County started the new school year on Wednesday.
Students got off the buses and got settled inside Seton Catholic Central early in the morning.
Approximately 765 total students are enrolled this year in the county's Catholic schools. This is an increase from last year, according to Richard Bucci, Seton Catholic Central Principal.
For the first day of school at Seton Catholic Central, students got their schedules, lockers and met their teachers for the year.
75 students are a part of the seventh grade class that is entering the school this year.
"We also have 35 new students grades 9 to 12 which are new to the school. 10 of which are students from China," said Bucci. "We have a real dynamic student body."
This year, Seton Catholic Central has added many new classes including American Sign Language, Civil Engineering and Architecture.
A class that focuses on meteorology is also new this year.