Naugatuck High School was completed in 1959 after being relocated to its present location from what is now Hillside…More Middle School. This school instructs nearly 1,400 students in math, science, social studies, history, English and language. Students are also offered a chance to take advanced placement courses, and are required to test in the state-mandated CAPT testing process.</p>
<p>Naugatuck High School has a long tradition in football, particularly in its Thanksgiving Day rival game against Ansonia High School. The rivalry game stretches back 109 years.</p>
Hillside Intermediate School 51 Hillside Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 Given to the borough of Naugatuck in 1905 by philanthropist John Howars Whittemore, Hillside Intermediate School began…More as the original Naugatuck High School until the current high school was built in 1959. The building is one of Naugatuck's more historic structures, designed by the famous architectural firm McKim, Mead and White. "Home of the Eagles," the Hillside Intermediate School educates children in grades 5 and 6. The school offers academic courses in math, science, English and history, as well as extracurricular activities including band, music and physical education. The current principal is Johnna Hunt. She can be reached via e-mail at <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.
Located inside the historic Tuttle House, the central office for the Naugatuck Board of Education encompasses the…More superintendent's office and other administrative offices for the borough's 10 schools. Within the boundaries of this 36,000-person borough are six elementary schools, two intermediate schools, one middle school and one high school.</p>
<p>The historic building is also the location of the district's financial and administrative offices. </p>
<p>The current superintendent is Superintendent John Tindall-Gibson.</p>