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Vision The Rocky Hill Public Schools believe in the development of competent, ethical, healthy, responsible, and intellectually reflective citizens who demonstrate high levels of achievement in critical academic domains, and can develop their interests and aptitudes in an atmosphere that respects the differences of others and values learning as a life-long pursuit.
Goals All Rocky Hill students will demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and mastery of communications skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening), mathematics, physical/life sciences and social studies. All Rocky Hill students will demonstrate a basic understanding and appreciation for the fine arts, technology, health and fitness, and career options. All Rocky Hill students will develop habits conducive to health, personal responsibility, and good citizenship essential for living cooperatively and productively in an increasingly complex world. All Rocky Hill students will explore and develop their aptitudes and interests through an expanding array of opportunities in academics, athletics, arts, extracurricular areas, and community service options.
Rocky Hill has two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school:
- Rocky Hill High School: 711 enrollment
- Griswold Middle School: 600 enrollment
- West Hill Elementary School: 640 enrollment
- Stevens Elementary School: 535 enrollment
The Town is currently in the midst of a $50 million High School renovation project. In addition, project plans and grant applications are currently being formulated in partnership with the Capital Region Education Council (CREC) and the State of Connecticut for a new 58,000 square foot Rocky Hill intermediate school and a 102,000 square foot CREC elementary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) magnet school. Both schools will share a newly developed campus.
Porter & Chester Technical School has a campus in Rocky Hill with access to all nine of their technical training programs.