East Hampton Public Schools 94 Main St, East Hampton, CT06424 The East Hampton Public School District consists of four schools: Memorial School (pre-K to Grade 3); Center…More Elementary School (grades 4 and 5); East Hampton Middle School (grades 6 to 8) and East Hampton High School (grades 9 to 12). According to the District website, enrollment at the four schools is approximately 2,076. The school superintendent is Dr. Judith A. Golden. The assistant school superintendent is Kevin M. Reich.
Brownstone Intermediate School 314 Main St, Portland, CT06480 Brownstone Intermediate School is dedicated to the needs of children during their transition from elementary to middle…More school. Intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs are addressed through a multi-disciplined team approach with a focus on responsible behavior, outstanding character and contributions to the school and community.
East Hampton Center School 7 Summit St, East Hampton, CT06424 The Center Elementary School learning community is a partnership among teachers, students and parents that supports…More student learning. The school is committed to high student academic achievement, social and emotional growth, physical well being, creativity and talent development, and school/community citizenship. The staff and community of Center School wholeheartedly embrace the principles of responsibility to self and community, kindness toward others and respectful behaviors.
Jacqueline Roach School of Dance 5 E Hampton Rd, Marlborough, CT06447 Established in 1975, the Jacqueline Roach School of Dance provides classes in tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop,…More Zumba and modern dance for adults and children and hosts student performances each Summer at RHAM High School. The studio is headed by Jacqueline Roach and Shannon Yager.
Portland High School 95 High St, Portland, CT06480 Portland High School Provides an environment that encourages the uniqueness of each individual. All students are…More challenged to maximize their potential and to become self-motivated, life-long learners. The high school collaborates with the community to foster the development of citizens who will be productive in a diverse global society.