SCHOOLS FOR TOWNSHEND, VERMONT STUDENTS

Townshend Elementary School

Townshend Elementary School
Grades Pre-K through 5. Currently an average student body of 100 to 120 students.
Public school that is overseen by the West River Education District Board. Students are from Townshend and other district towns with a few tuition students, on occasion,  from outside communities. WEBSITE     MAP    FACEBOOK

Leland and Gray Union Middle / High School

Leland and Gray Union Middle / High School
Grades 6 through 12. Currently an average student body of 250 to 300 students.
Public school that is overseen by the West River Education District Board. Students are from Townshend, Jamaica, Newfane, Brookline, and Windham as well as tuition students. WEBSITE     MAP     FACEBOOK

Windham Regional Career Center

Windham Regional Career Center
Grades 11 and 12, earlier with permission. The Career Center is located in Brattleboro and students from all  high schools in Windham County may enroll there. The courses range from such subjects like Dance and Acting to technical fields like
Computer Integrated Manufacturing. This is a public school overseen by the Regional Advisory Board of The Career Center and the Brattleboro Union District Board. WEBSITE     MAP     FACEBOOK

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The Townshend Elementary School and Leland and Gray Union Middle/High School are now part of a larger, unified school district, The West River Education District. Young children who reside in Townshend are automatically assigned to the Townshend Elementary School but have limited school choice and may attend the Newbrook School in Newfane or the Jamaica School in Jamaica. Applications to do so are accepted on a yearly basis. Contact the Windham Central Supervisory Union for details.

Starting in 6th grade, students from all three of the feeder elementary schools go on to Leland and Gray.

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