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Rutland City School District

Rutland High School, which was originally located on Library Avenue, is now on Stratton Road

""Rutland City Public Schools"" is the school district that manages public schools in Rutland City, Vermont, USA. The superintendent is Mary Moran. Policy is determined by a 12-person Board of School Commissioners.[1] Five schools are run by the district together with a technical center.


Northeast Primary School originally educated grades K-6. In 1995, Rutland High School moved to its current building on Stratton Road, and the historic building on Library Avenue was turned into Rutland Intermediate School, serving grades 3-6. Northeast Elementary School was also reduced to K-2. Rutland Middle School still serves grades 7 and 8.

In the year 2002-03, the district did not make adequate yearly progress toward No Child Left Behind educational standards.[2]


  • 2009-2010 $45 million[3]
  • 2008-09 $43 million[3]
  • 2007-08 $40 million.[4]


Rutland Intermediate School
Rutland Middle School
  • Rutland High School - grades 9-12; principal, since 2009, Bill Olsen
  • Rutland Middle School - grades 7-8: principal, Wil Cunningham
  • Rutland Intermediate School - grades 3-6
  • Northeast Primary School - grades K-2; principal, since 2006, Robert Johnson[5]
  • Northwest Primary School - grades K-2
  • Pierpiont Primary School (Essential Early Education School)[now closed].

Specialist center

  • Stafford Technical Center - established in 1974 for both high school students and adults


  2. ^ "School officials pan law", Rutland Herald, November 25, 2003.
  3. ^ a b "School budget proposal up 4.9%", Rutland Herald,December 10, 2008.
  4. ^ "School budget proposal sets public hearings", Rutland Herald, January 12, 2008.
  5. ^ "Robert Johnson, Principal", Rutland City Public Schools, accessed 17 February 2009.

External links

  • Official site
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