At Somers High School the staff works together to foster a learning community characterized by academic excellence,…More intellectual curiosity, creative expression, responsible citizenship, personal growth and respect for all.
The staff has academic, social, and civic expectations for all of the students at Somers High School.
At the school, there are many clubs, organizations and sports teams that the students can join to participate in school life.
Somers High School is located within the 115-acre educational complex that also includes Mabelle B. Avery Middle School, Somers Elementary School and the Somers Public Library.
Ellington Middle School 46 Middle Butcher Rd, Ellington, CT06029 At Ellington Middle School, students build on what they learned at the intermediate school and prepare for high school.…More In addition to the regular school curriculum, Ellington Middle School offers intramural sports, jazz band, drama and student council. Students can participate in field trips and purchase items from the school store.
The town of Ellington's education department is led by the Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools.…More There are 10 Board of Education members, plus the superintendent. The Board of Education and the superintendent are in charge of making sure the town's schools run smoothly. In Ellington, there are two elementary schools -- Crystal Lake and Center School, a combined elementary and intermediate school -- Windermere, a middle school -- Ellington Middle School, and a high school -- Ellington High School.
Board meetings are normally held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. All meeting notices are posted in each school, the School Administration Building, the Town Hall, Hall Memorial Library, and on the Web site. Please check postings for appropriate meeting dates and locations.
Town of Somers Education Department 1 Vision Blvd, Somers, CT06071 The education department in Somers is run by the Board of Education and is led by a school superintendent. There are…More nine board of education members, plus the superintendent. The board and the superintendent are charged with making decisions for the school district and making sure everything goes smoothly. There are three schools—Somers Elementary, Mabelle B. Avery Middle School and Somers High School—in town. All are on a 115-acre campus that also includes the town's public library and is near the main recreation complex in town. There are approximately 1,650 students enrolled in the district.