Montville High School 800 Old Colchester Rd, Uncasville, CT06382 Montville High School fully expects its students to be successful and everything about the school is dedicated to that…More mission. In addition to offering strong, grade-level academics, the school gives students the chance to earn advanced-level credits. The school works to engage students with a variety of clubs, as well as team sports, an acclaimed marching band and many other activities. The school's core values are listed on its Web site.
Saint Bernard School 1593 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT06382 Saint Bernard School serves male and female students in grades 6 through 12. Although it is a Roman Catholic school,…More enrollment is open to applicants of all faiths who meet the academic standards. It is situated on 256 acres, 113 of which are developed for school facilities. It has sports teams for high school, junior high and middle school students. It also has a campus ministry dedicated to building community among the students and faculty, spreading the Gospel message and promoting community service.
Saint Bernard School 1593 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT06382 Saint Bernard School is a private Catholic school that offers education for students in 6th through the 12th grades.…More This is a co-ed school and is a part of the Diocese of Norwich.
The Montville School Department, run by the superintendent and assistant superintendent, is responsible for the…More day-to-day operation of all the schools in town.
The department oversees the entire school district, says assistant superintendent Brian Levesque. While the board of education sets policy, the superintendent and her staff put those policies into action.
The superintendent and assistant superintendent hire the 500 or so employees who work in the school district, Levesque says.
Dr. Charles E. Murphy School 500 Chesterfield Rd, Oakdale, CT06370 The Dr. Charles E. Murphy Elementary School sits on a small hill in a quiet corner of Montville, surrounded by woods,…More gardens and sloping lawns. There is lots of community engagement at the school and a strong focus on shaping behavior, says principal Jeffrey Newton. The school goes from kindergarten to fifth grade.
On the Montville school's web site, the mission of the middle school is described as educating "the whole child:…More intellectual, physical, emotional, social, cultural, and artistic. The school community encourages and challenges the child to strive for excellence in all these realms, and to foster an enduring love of learning."
The school engages teachers, students and parents in this mission by setting standards-based goals while fostering an environment that encourages strength through individual learning styles. A positive work ethic, strong relationships with the community, and heavy parental involvement are all part of the school's operational ethos.
Lorilyn Caron, principal of Mohegan Elementary, is proud to show off the school's bright, happy hallways and…More classrooms. She takes time to point out the school's rules for good behavior program, its well-stocked library, technologically advanced computer room, and sunny, colorful classrooms.
The school has a cheery atmosphere. Pupils are well behaved, teachers are enthusiastic and welcoming, and the whole building is brightened by a series of murals, showing animals, historical and fantastical figures, and illustrations of good citizenship.
Mohegan Elementary School is home to the town's largest and deepest special-needs program, and its most ethnically diverse group of students. Its community-based programs, such as "Raising Readers" and "Mile Markers" reflect the bond between the school and the families it serves.
St. Thomas More School is a preparatory boarding school for "young men who have demonstrated intellectual ability yet…More have not realized their potential," according to the school's website.
About 200 young men come to the school from 15 states and six countries. They live in three large dorms on campus.
The school has small classes, offers individual attention when needed, and encourages participation in athletics. It values "honesty, fairness, sportsmanship, and civility as outward signs of sound moral development."