Cromwell School District
Cromwell, CT 06416
District Message Board
Late Application InformationWe have limited availability, but there’s still time to apply! Seats may become available at the following grade(s) for the 2021-22 school year.
STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
The Open Choice program office will notify you by email within in two (2) days of accepting this placement offer. If you do not receive an email in two days, please contact the Open Choice program office at OpenChoice@crec.org.
Cromwell Public Schools is comprised of four educational facilities including Cromwell High School (grades 9–12); Cromwell Middle School (grades 6–8); Woodside Intermediate School (grades 3–5); and Edna C. Stevens Elementary School (PK–grade 2). About 2,000 students are enrolled in the district. Cromwell’s four schools are located near one another, and this affords the district the opportunity to share resources and personnel in the most educational and cost-effective manner possible. Cromwell’s commitment to 21st Century learning is enhanced through a multi-year commitment to technology improvements. These upgrades connect all buildings via cable for data, voice, and video exchange for internal communications. In addition, the entire district has access to the Internet through the Connecticut Education Network. Cromwell Public Schools strives to educate and inspire all students to apply the essential skills needed to become productive and responsible citizens in a rapidly changing world. In pursuing this mission, Cromwell believes that all students are valued and that all students deserve an education that addresses their academic, physical, and social and emotional needs. It also believes that all members of the community must uphold high expectations, be accountable, and demonstrate a commitment to excellence.
Hartford residents entering Pre-Kindergarten Age 4 through Grade 10 and living in Zone 4 may apply to attend this school.
School Report Card – the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has prepared this report, which includes information about student enrollment, student achievement, student and teacher diversity, and much more.
- STEM and STEAM incorporated starting in preschool
- College credits and career certifications earned throughout high school
- Award-winning athletic programs including state and conference championships
- Robust music and theatre program beginning at elementary level
- Internship programs at the high school
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Selecting the right school for your family is an important decision for your student’s future success!