Small. Rural. Pre-K through12.

Cabot School's size, setting, and grade span combine to create a learning community uniquely poised for accomplishment.

Cabot High School Student Film a Winner of Rowland Foundation Contest

Cabot High School students Ian Lewis, Clemetine O’Connor and Megan Walker learned today that their short film, “Killing Goblins Together,” was one of four winning entries to The Rowland Foundation's "My School Builds Character" contest. It will be featured at the Rowland Foundation’s October 30 conference at the Davis Center on the campus of the […]

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School Board Seeks Input for Principal Search

The Cabot School Board would like to invite Cabot community members as well as Cabot School students, parents and staff to a special school board meeting on Thursday, October 23rd from 6:00 to 7:00 PM in the Cabot School library. The purpose of this meeting will be to gather input from our school and larger […]

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Preschool and Pizza Night, October 27

Cabot parents of two and three year olds are cordially invited to attend Preschool and Pizza Night at Monday, October 27, 2014. Read full story to access the flyer.  

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Cabot School Builds Character – Student Films

Cabot High School juniors were recently presented with a challenge: in four minutes or less, create a film to show how our school builds character, and enter it in a statewide competition.  Sponsored by the Rowland Foundation, the contest was designed to acknowledge the good things happening in Vermont schools and to provide a way […]

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Paying for College Presentation at Cabot High School

Paying for College Presentation  – Cabot Library,  Tuesday, 10/21/14 , 6 - 7:30 PM Attend a free Paying for College presentation at Cabot High School. All sessions are open to the public. If you cannot attend the session at Cabot, consider attending one in a nearby community. Topics include how to pay for college, what sort of aid is […]

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Come to Math & Potatoes Night, Oct. 16

Cabot and Twinfield Families are cordially invited to attend  a delicious baked potato dinner and a presentation by Professor Mahesh Sharma. Professor Sharma will talk with parents about how children learn math and what parents can do to help.   Also, learn what’s going on in math instruction and why. Date: Thursday, October 16th  in the […]

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Pre-K – 6 Basketball News

PK-6 Basketball is getting started early this year!  Look for your registration forms coming home from school and turn them in at your 1st practice. Practices after 11/17 (when the high school begins) for 3/4 and 5/6 teams will be determined later.  Michelle Delaney is coordinating basketball for the Recreational Department this year.  You can […]

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Calling All Cabot Residents With Carpentry Skills And Tools

Please join other Cabot residents in this effort to make the playground safer. Volunteers with carpentry skills will join together to repair both the swing structure and the play structure - replacing wood, ropes, screws, bolts, sanding, etc..  More hands make light work!  Please bring battery-operated screw drivers and hammers, and we will provide  all building materials. Brad […]

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School starts on Tuesday!

  Cabot staff and faculty have been eagerly preparing for the arrival of students on Tuesday, August 26.  Thanks to our fabulous custodial staff, everything looks wonderful and we're all looking forward to seeing you soon.  As always, we welcome any questions; feel free to call us at 563-2289.

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The Faces of Community: Kassandra Morse, Class of 2014, Produces Radio Documentary

This summer, recent Cabot School graduate Kassandra Morse  spent two weeks with a small group of high school and college students creating a radio documentary about Detroit with the program Conversations from the Open Road. The group conducted many interviews with people all around Detroit: from UAW Local 600 retirees, to activists from the Grace […]

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