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  • Mary Hogan School is a Pre K to 6 public school in MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT.

     POPULATION:

    The town has a population of approximately 8,000.
    •    GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION:
      Located in the Champlain Valley between the Adirondack Mountains of New York State and the Green Mountains of Vermont. MAP LINK
    •     AREA ATTRACTIONS:
      Home to Middlebury College (SITE LINK), the community offers a wide range of academic and cultural opportunities. The Mary Hogan School works in cooperation with the college in the sharing and development of resources. Hiking, sailing, cycling, and swimming are favorite pastimes during the summer months with skiing and ice-skating occupying the winter season.
    •    SCHOOL ENROLLMENT:  Enrolling approximately 430 students, Mary Hogan School has an average class size of 18.
    •    COUNTY:  Addison County.
    •    SCHOOL DISTRICT:  Addison Central School District
    •    OUR SISTER SCHOOLS:  After sixth grade, Mary Hogan School students go on to attend Middlebury Union Middle School and then Middlebury Union High School.
    •     MAJOR EMPLOYERS:  ECONOMIC DEMOGRAPHICS (LINK)
     

  • Charted in 1761, the historic town of Middlebury has a population of approximately 8,200. Middlebury is located in the Champlain Valley between the Adirondack Mountains of New York State and the Green Mountains of Vermont. The Otter Creek, the longest river in Vermont, passes through the heart of Middlebury. Hiking, sailing, cycling, and swimming are favorite pastimes during the summer months with skiing and ice-skating occupying the winter season. As the home of Middlebury College, the community offers a wide range of academic and cultural opportunities. 
     

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