There are three public school districts that service residents of Wilton. SUNY Adirondack also has a local campus in Wilton.
The Saratoga Springs City School District has six elementary schools for grades kindergarten to five, one middle school for grades six to eight, and one high school for grades nine to 12. The district serves students from the city of Saratoga Springs and the Saratoga County towns of Milton, Wilton, Malta, Greenfield and Saratoga.
Schuylerville Central School District has three schools—the Elementary School, which educates children in grades kindergarten through fifth-grade, the Middle School (grades six through eight) and the High School, which serves students in grades nine through 12.
The South Glens Falls Central School District was formed in 1945 through the consolidation of 15 rural schools and was the first chartered school district in Saratoga County by the New York State Board of Regents. It covers 70 square miles in Saratoga County, serving approximately 20,000 residents in the Village of South Glens Falls and towns of Moreau, Northumberland, and Wilton. The district comprises four neighborhood K-5 elementary schools, one middle school, and one senior high school.
Students can find high-quality education and student services closer to home at the Wilton Center, conveniently located right in Wilton.