HWRSD by the Numbers
There are 1,653 students enrolled across 5 schools in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District.
Average Class Size
The average student to teacher ratio across the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School district is 11.2 to 1. The average class size 16 students per class.
The Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School has a 4-year average graduation rate of 98.4%
HWRSD School News & Events
Get ready to run, walk, or skip the route, while being serenaded by our student musicians! HWFOTA is working behind the scenes to get everything in order for a great day! If you have any remaining questions, don't hesitate to message us here ASAP. We'd love to help!
And remember, even though online registration in now closed, you can still register in person today at New England Running Company (12 to 6 p.m.) or tomorrow morning before the race! See you there!!!!
June is Pride Month. Friday, June 2nd: Rainbow Day! Wear your Pride shirts / show your pride at school. On Thursday, June 1st, we will decorate the sidewalks at all of the schools after school. You can sign up for Chalk Decorating through one of the links below:
It's Ride/Wheel/Walk your way to school next Fri., May 19th. If you don't live close enough to your school, meet at Pingree Park at 7:15 am. Hamilton PD & Wenham PD officers will ride with the elementary students to their schools starting at Pingree Park. At the end of the day, we'll all return to the HW Recreation Center for a free obstacle course. Volunteers needed: Please register with the HW Rec. Department www.hwrecreation.com
The annual Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive to benefit Acord Food Pantry will be held on Saturday, May 13th. Please place non-perishable, unexpired food by your mailbox by 8:00 a.m. that morning and a letter carrier will pick it up for delivery to Acord. Please go to acordfoodpantry.org/food-donations for an updated list of our most needed items. Thank you for your support!
Have you wondered what SEPAC is? When you have a child with special needs or challenges, you might feel confused and alone. You may not know anyone whose child is having the same problems. And it might feel too difficult to talk about it with friends whose kids are not having any difficulties. The SEPAC community can connect you with other parents who are facing or have faced the same issues. These parent support groups can help you meet other parents with similar struggles. Once you begin talking to others, you’ll feel more supported and less alone. If you would like more information or have any questions: Please contact: email@example.com