Housatonic Valley Regional High School
The Housatonic Valley Regional High School stands next to the Housatonic River on a seventy-seven acre site in the foothills of the Berkshires. Located in the town of Canaan, this comprehensive four-year public high school opened in 1939 as the first regional high school in New England. The Region One School District, an area of 277 square miles with a population of approximately 15,000, includes the towns of Canaan, Cornwall, Kent, North Canaan, Salisbury, and Sharon.
A faculty of 58 full-time teachers serve a student population of approximately 500 in grades 9 through 12.
Housatonic Valley Regional High School is dedicated to promoting learning through independence of thought and spirit in a framework of cooperation, responsibility and respect.