Old Saybrook School District


Summary:

The Old Saybrook School District in Connecticut is home to three high-performing schools that serve students from elementary through high school. The district's standout institutions include Kathleen E. Goodwin School, an exemplary elementary school, and Old Saybrook Senior High School, a top-ranked high school in the state.

Kathleen E. Goodwin School consistently ranks among the top 130 elementary schools in Connecticut, with a 4-star rating from SchoolDigger. The school outperforms the state average in SBAC/English Language Arts and Mathematics proficiency for grades 3 and 4, and boasts a relatively low student-teacher ratio of 9.7. Meanwhile, Old Saybrook Senior High School is ranked 22nd out of 142 Connecticut high schools, with a 4-star rating, and significantly outperforms the state average in SAT/English Language Arts and Mathematics proficiency for grade 11. The high school also maintains a low student-teacher ratio of 8.3.

The schools in the Old Saybrook School District demonstrate a strong commitment to academic excellence, with Kathleen E. Goodwin School and Old Saybrook Middle School outperforming the state average in SBAC/English Language Arts and Mathematics proficiency across multiple grade levels. The district's spending per student, ranging from $20,396 to $22,092, with the highest spending at the elementary school level, suggests a focus on providing quality resources and support for younger students. Overall, the Old Saybrook School District stands out as a high-performing educational system, offering students a positive learning environment and opportunities for academic success.

District Detail

 50 Sheffield Street
Old Saybrook, CT 06475

 (860) 395-3157

SchoolDigger Rank:
53rd of 151 Connecticut districts

See the 2023 Connecticut District rankings!
Grades served: PK, KG-12
Students: 1,065

Primary Schools: 1
Middle Schools: 1
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 0
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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Connecticut Department of Education.

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