Regional School District No. 10 is a highly rated, public school district located in Burlington, CT. It has 2,352 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 73% in reading.
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Regional School District No. 10 Reviews
Both my children graduated from region 10 and were MORE than prepared for college compared to other students they encountered in college. The teachers and staff go above and beyond in educating , preparing, and nurturing the students. It is a small school system and the atmosphere supportive and there is a strong sense of community in the entire school system. I am grateful to the teachers for the education my children received in region 10 especially in the advanced and AP classes. Although the diversity is an issue, I do not feel this negatively impacted my children. They were taught the importance of diversity at school and at home in the world around them and continue to grow because of that to be amazing human beings who contribute positively to society.
Staff and faculty are extremely attentive, making sure that students are acknowledged and assisted if they need extra help/tutoring, social guidance, or help finding heir future goals. Different learning styles are acknowledged and social issues are addressed. Many different clubs and groups prevail with passionate and competitive students.
As a student at Lewis Mills High School, I have been able to experience an excellent teaching staff. My teachers are always trying to innovate and try new things to help me in the learning process. The administration is very involved, the principal goes to as many sporting events as he can. Clubs provide unique experience that otherwise would not be available to me. The school lacks diversity, but does a good job giving a worldly view to its students. Overall, I have been happy with the experience I have had at Mills.