A Long, Rich History
Groton Community School is proud to celebrate a long, rich history of serving children and families. It took many generous, visionary people to make the school what it was and continues to be today. On September 24, 1945 “Groton Community Kindergarten” first opened its doors to 28 eager-to-learn children, ages three to six. The school was located in the First Parish Church on Main Street, and established by the Groton Alliance women’s group. We are very happy to be celebrating everything that Groton Community School has stood for the last 70 years, the many lives of children and families that have been touched, and the bright future that we can look forward to, for many generations to come!