Southington Public Schools

The mission of the Southington Public Schools (SPS), founded in 1779, is to have students engage in a range of educational experiences to become informed, adaptive problem solvers who effectively communicate, rise to challenges, and are committed to improve themselves and their communities.

The Southington Board of Education oversees eight elementary schools, two middle schools, a high school, and an alternative high school providing educational services via over 725 staff members for over 6,200 students in Southington, CT School District.

For the Kindergarten Registration process, we have created a page to help walk you through the process.

For other grades, to start New Student Registration for Southington Public Schools you must first complete online registration. Once you have completed the online registration, you will then need to provide the following information to

  • Copy of student’s full-size birth certificate
  • Copy of current mortgage statement, current lease/rental agreement, property tax statement, or title page of the current homeowner’s insurance
  • Copy of current utility bill (electricity, gas, or phone)
  • Copy of parent/guardian photo identification
  • Copy of medical documents (must be received prior to the start of school)
  • Copies of school records or transcripts. If you have not completed a Release of Information form from your child’s former school, please have records sent to the SPS school.

Health Forms

School / Street Directory

Bus Routes

English Learners in Connecticut’s Public Schools — Guidelines for Administrators

SPS Social Media

Stay connected and up to date with your child’s school by following them on social media or joining their PTO groups!

Developmental Concerns

Are you concerned about the development, behavior, or mental health of your child? Here are services provided by the State of CT and Southington Schools plus links to third-party advocates.

Social and Emotional Learning

The SPS District is implementing RULER, an approach to social and emotional learning (SEL) based out of Yale University, that teaches emotional intelligence to people of all ages, with the goal of creating a healthier, more equitable, innovative, and compassionate society.

Learn more about Social and Emotional Learning.