Welcome to Hamilton Avenue STEAM School
Hamilton Avenue STEAM School provides a rigorous, inquiry-based education with an emphasis on developing 21st Century skills through a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. Actively engaged learners work in a personalized environment to explore, problem solve, and practice critical thinking skills. Hamilton Avenue School is committed to academic, personal and interpersonal growth and to instilling a love of learning while preparing students to be successful in a rapidly changing and diverse global society.
Welcome to the third installment of All About Academics for the 2022-2023 School Year!
Included is information about ELA, Social Studies, Math, Science, FLES, World Language, Arts and ALP.
Volume 4 Issue 14 of Greenwich Public Schools' flagship newsletter, GPS District Digest, was released today. The current issue is jam-packed with great stuff from all over town. The entire Greenwich community is encouraged to subscribe.
The GPS Capital Projects Update is a newsletter issued periodically in order to provide updates on major projects to the Greenwich Community across the District.
The latest issue of Together We Can, the official newsletter of the Office of Special Education and Student Supports has been released today. The entire Greenwich community is encouraged to subscribe.
Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones today announced the appointment of Dr. Garfield Charles as program administrator for Greenwich High School’s Windrose program, effective immediately
Society for Science announced last evening that GHS senior Ambika Grover was included in the top 10 of winners in this year’s Regeneron Science Talent Search.
By the Numbers
We are a 1:1 school. Every student is provide with an iPad by the school.
of parents believe that teachers at Hamilton Avenue school provide their child with high-quality feedback.
of our students say that they feel safe at school.
of HAS families respond favorably that their child is taught to respect differences at school
of our K-5 scholars participate in our unique, annual STEAM Challenge Symposium.