Turkey Hill School 441 Turkey Hill Rd, Orange, CT06477 Turkey Hill School was established in Orange in 1964. It is one of the three public elementary schools in…More town. Under the leadership of Principal Colleen Murray, the students learn about community service and respect for others. The school's logo is, "Turkey Hill School, This is where I belong." It is a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence with small class sizes and state-of-the-art technology.
Tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood, Amity Regional Middle School in Orange is home to the town's 7th and…More 8th grade students.
Principal Kathi Fuller-Cutler brings a fresh perspective to nurturing students and preparing them for the transition to high school. "These two years are two of the most important years in the children's development," she said.
Amity Middle School Orange is part of Connecticut's Region 5 school district, along with Amity Middle School Bethany campus and the Amity High School in Woodbridge.
Race Brook School serves elementary students from the east side of the town of Orange. In each hallway are…More hand-painted murals that teach different geographical lessons using the school mascot, Racy the Raccoon. Bottle and can recycling boxes are strategically placed throughout the school to encourage the students to "go green." Bright classrooms and new technology make Race Brook School an exciting learning environment for young minds.
The ten-member board is elected by the town during the municipal elections. Each is a resident of the town of Orange.…More The board works with the Orange Superintendent of Schools and public school principals in making decisions that helped earn the Orange school system the reputation of being one of the best, most desirable in the state.