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Berlin Board of Education
238 Kensington Rd, Berlin, CT 06037
The Superintendent of Schools, Assistant Superintendent and other administrators work out of the offices on the lowerMore level of Town Hall. Each school handles its own property, while the Berlin Board of Education is in charge of many of the school's choices. There are three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school in the town.
Griswold Elementary School
133 Heather Ln, Kensington, CT 06037
Mary. E. Griswold Elementary School is a large school in the Kensington section, which is the westernmost part of theMore town of Berlin. The school educates approximately 600 students on a yearly basis. The school has a playground and two gymnasiums on-site. It is also one of the most popular spots in town in the winter because of its large hill, which is great for snow sledding and tubing.
Kensington Nursery School
185 Sheldon St, Berlin, CT 06037
The Kensington Nursery School is a co-operative school for pre-schoolers. The school has classes for three-year-olds andMore four-year-olds. The younger students go to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while the older students attend three days a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. AM and PM classes are available. The school requires parents to take an active role, especially in their biggest event of the year, the "Kiddie Karnival" in the spring.
Berlin High School
139 Patterson Way, Berlin, CT 06037
Berlin High School is the lone public high school in Berlin. Students in grades nine through 12 attend the school. TheMore school mission reads: BHS is a a partnership of students, staff, parents, and community members whose mission is to develop responsible, ethical, and productive citizens and lifelong learners. The high school has an auditorium and stage, two gymnasiums, a lecture hall and several playing fields behind the facility. There are also tennis and basketball courts on-site. Berlin High School athletic teams, both boys and girls, have been dominant in the state for the past 30 years and the athletic program boasts dozens of state championships and hundreds of conference championships in that time.
Hubbard Elementary School
139 Grove St, East Berlin, CT 06023
Richard Hubbard Elementary School serves the east side of town and actually is located in East Berlin. The school startsMore at kindergarten and runs through fifth grade. The kindergarten is half day with both a.m. and p.m. classes. Hubbard is the smallest elementary school of the three in town in terms of enrollment.
Willard Elementary School
1088 Norton Rd, Berlin, CT 06037
Emma Hart Willard School is located centrally in Berlin, near both McGee Middle School and Berlin High School. TheMore mission of Willard School is stated as this: We hope 100 percent of our students will demonstrate the ability to: Think critically and problem solve in the disciplines of reading and mathematics. At Willard, our staff will be working to support your children to become better readers, writers, mathematicians, musicians, artists, scientists, and athletes. The school has two gymnasiums inside and playground and athletic fields outside. The Friendship Place, a boundless playground where children of all abilities can play, sits next to Willard School and is one of the most used facilities in town.
St Paul's School
461 Alling St, Berlin, CT 06037
St. Paul's School is a private parochial school that serves children from pre-K to eighth grade. The school featuresMore small class sizes and boasts several competitive sports teams and many clubs.
McGee Middle School
899 Norton Rd, Berlin, CT 06037
Catherine M. McGee Middle School is the only public middle school in Berlin. It hosts approximately 800 students in anyMore given year. The school's mission is to allow children to grow and learn in an atmosphere of responsibility and respect. Students in grades six through eight attend McGee. The grounds have lighted basketball courts and tennis courts, a baseball and softball field as well as room for several soccer fields. The school fields competitive athletic teams and many clubs. Most major meetings in town occur at the McGee auditorium.