Cutler Middle School is one of three middle schools in the Groton Public School District, and serves students in…More grades 6 through 8.
School faculty teach students in academic teams. In addition to traditional academic subjects, the school offers classes in art, chorus, band, computer education, family and consumer science, music, orchestra, world languages and other areas. The media center offers an orientation for 6th-graders so they can learn to use its resources, and the library is open before school to students and after school on some days.
Ella T. Grasso Southeastern Technical High School 189 Fort Hill Rd, Groton, CT06340 Grasso Technical High School combines academics with programs that teach technical skills such as automotive technology,…More carpentry and drafting. The school offers 11 technical areas of study, college credit in some instances and advanced placement classes in English, history, science and art.
Mary Morrisson Elementary is a pre-kindergarten through grade five school in the Groton Public School District. Many…More of students have parents in the military. The school offers traditional academic classes as well as art, music, physical education and band for fourth and fifth graders.
School goals include raising student performance in reading and math, and ensuring that 90 percent of students turn in their homework on a regular basis. Monica Franzone is principal.
West Side Middle School is in the Groton Public School District, and serves nearly 250 students in grades 6 through…More 8. The school provides instruction in core academic subjects as well as Spanish, French, art, music, technology education, family consumer sciences, physical education and health.
The school also offers a school-based health center that can provide students with physicals, immunizations and sick office visits.
Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art, University of Connecticut 1084 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT06340 Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art at the University of Connecticut is an art gallery dedicated to the late Alexey von…More Schlippe, an accomplished painter and a former professor of art at the University of Connecticut at Avery Point. The gallery consists of a permanent collection of some of von Schlippe's work, and offers programs for students, the academic community and public for greater exposure to art through lectures, films, concerts and poetry readings.
Fitch Middle School is part of the Groton Public Schools and serves about 400 students in grades six through eight.…More About one-third of the student body changes during the year, and about half of the middle school's students have parents in the military.
Fitch Middle School teaches traditional academic subjects and offers activities such as participating in concerts, drama productions, sports, student council, yearbook and the school newspaper.
The school houses a school-based health center that is staffed with a nurse practitioner and mental health worker who can provide sick visits, counseling and physicals to students.
Robert Pendolphi is principal of Fitch Middle School.
S.B. Butler Elementary School 155 Ocean View Ave, Mystic, CT06355 S.B. Butler Elementary is in the Groton Public School District and serves students in pre-kindergarten to grade 5. The…More school has about 355 students and 26 faculty. Monson S. Lane is principal. In addition to the academic curriclum, Butler focuses on character development and decision-making, and has students recite the "Respect Every Day" pledge. The school offers chorus for fourth and fifth graders and instruction in string instruments for students in grades 3 to 5, a districtwide program. Fourth and fifth graders can also learn a band instrument such as the flute, saxophone or trombone.
Northeast Academy Elementary School 115 Oslo St, Mystic, CT06355 Northeast Academy Elementary School opened in a new building in January 2008, and is part of the Groton Public School…More District. The school serves about 410 students in prekindergarten through grade five, and has two half-day prekindergarten classes, two half-day kindergarten classes and two full-day kindergarden classes. In addition to academic subjects, the school offers orchestra, band and vocal programs, along with an art room including a pottery kiln. Parents volunteer in the school's classrooms as well as in the art, media and music programs. Paul Esposito is principal.
Sacred Heart School is a private Catholic school for children in prekindergarten through grade 8. The school offers…More traditional academic programs, plus advanced math, computers, French, Spanish, music, art, band and physical education. There is a full library at the students' disposal.
Sacred Heart has an after-school program for students called the "Sunshine Club," which provides a one-hour homework club for students in grades 3 through 8, followed by outside playtime, arts and crafts, and games. About half of the students are enrolled in the after-school program, which runs from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.