Groton Public Schools

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Groton Public Schools
Location
Groton, CT
United States
District information
Type Public
Grades K-12
Established  ()
Superintendent Dr. Michael Graner
Asst. Superintendent(s) Susan Austin
Other information
Website www.groton.k12.ct.us

Groton Public Schools is a school district located in Groton, Connecticut, United States. The Groton Public School District services students from the City of Groton, Town of Groton, Groton Long Point, Noank, and West Mystic areas. The school district includes students of families who are employed at General Dynamics Electric Boat, Pfizer, and US Navy Submarine Base NLON. Due to the military population, a large number of students move in and out of the school district due to military transfers.

Groton students who continue on to college have many options locally, in addition to the traditional choices. The Groton school district maintains close ties with nearby colleges. Nearby colleges include Three Rivers Community College in Norwich CT; Mitchell College in New London, CT; Connecticut College in New London, CT; and University of Connecticut - Avery Point Campus in Groton, CT.

High schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Cutler Middle School
  • West Side Middle School (Opened 1955)

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Catherine Kolnaski Magnet School (Opened January 2008)
  • Charles Barnum Elementary School
  • Claude Chester Elementary School
  • Mary Morrisson Elementary School
  • Northeast Academy (Opened January 2008[1])
  • Pleasant Valley Elementary School
  • SB Butler Elementary School (opened 1953[1])

Former schools[edit]

These have been schools that have been operated at one time in the past by the school district, but have been removed from service. Many are still in use in Groton for storage of school equipment, polling locations, or office space.

  • Robert E. Fitch Middle School (closed Summer 2012, district consolidated to two Middle Schools)
  • Northeast School (closed Summer 1977[2] now location of Groton Board of Education offices)
  • Freeman Hathaway School (closed 1993,[1] demolished in 2007 and current location of Northeast Academy)
  • Noank Elementary School (closed December 2007[1])
  • Eastern Point Elementary School (Opened 1902,[3] Closed Summer 2008 and demolished in Spring 2009, location now home of Marine Science Magnet High School)
  • Groton Heights Elementary School (Closed Summer 2007)
  • Colonel Ledyard Elementary School (Closed Summer 2007)
  • William Seeley Elementary School (Closed Summer 2002)
  • Mystic Academy (building renovated and now location of "Academy Point At Mystic" assisted living community.)

Other schools in district boundaries[edit]

These schools fall within the school district's coverage area, but are not part of the school district

  • Sacred Heart School (Roman Catholic school privately owned and run by Sacred Heart Parish)
  • Ella T Grasso Technical High School (vocational High School part of the Connecticut Technical High School System)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "SB Butler Handbook / Butler History". Groton.k12.ct.us. 1953-09-09. Retrieved 2014-02-19. 
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