Who We Are

  • During the Town of Berlin's first 150 years, students learned in various one-room schoolhouses. In March of 1951, the students moved into the first Berlin Memorial School located on Linden Street. This educational facility was named in memory of the local men and women who served their country during World Wars I and II.  On the school premises, two large plaques honored the Berlin veterans. The building housed grades one through eight until the seventh and eighth graders moved into the Tahanto Regional Middle High School at its opening in 1962.


    To support the growing Berlin population, a modern facility was built on South Street.  In December of 1998, the new Berlin Memorial School was completed. The veterans' memorial was moved to this building and expanded to honor military personnel who served in Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, and other conflicts. The facility now houses students in pre-school through grade five, with a student population of approximately 200.