The Churchill High School is an amazing close-knit community of educators, parents, support staff, and most importantly, learners. The mission of the Churchill School is to nurture and empower students to become active learners who take responsibility for their own learning, develop their interests and special talents, and become effective self-advocates.
In the high school, the students learn in a small classroom setting with caring, competent teachers, who have expertise in both their content area and learning disabilities. In addition to providing the New York State Regents Curriculum, our instruction takes into account the multiple learning styles of our students. Our teachers also make themselves available during and after school to ensure that our students are given both the support and challenges they need to be successful.
There are over 140 students in the high school, and each makes unique contributions to our school community. Some participate in our very active student government and our after school clubs and groups such as, GSA (Gay Straight Alliance), Girls on the Run, Girls Learn and Green Team. Others find a place to express their talents on the playing fields and courts through the many organized sports teams we have, or they contribute to the community through their work in our music, art, and theater programs. All of our students contribute to the world outside of our school as well by participating in our Service Learning program. Our goal is to not only make our students lifelong learners, but also people who strive to make the world a better place.
Our students inspire us with their passion, determination, and creativity. It is our goal to inspire them as well. We are proud to be members of this school community who are dedicated to these goals.