Hancock Grammar School is committed to providing the kindergarten through eighth grade children of Hancock with educational programs that will allow them to develop to their full potential.
We believe in a student-centered school that will provide each individual with an environment that will encourage and promote the development of a positive self-image. Every effort will be made to design and implement programs that will meet the academic, physical, and social needs of our students where everyone is challenged and yet experiences success.
Toward this end we will continue to offer a strong course of studies in the academic areas enriched with opportunities in athletics, art, and music. Special emphasis will be placed on the development of greater reading, writing, and mathematics skills throughout the K-8 curriculum. By teaching tolerance of others and maintaining high expectations both academically and behaviorally, we will endeavor to help our students become well-rounded, responsible individuals who are ready to meet then challenges of a fast-changing world.
District Report Card
The State of Maine publishes annual report cards for each school within a district. These report cards summarize state assessment and accountability data for students in grades 3-11, as well as teacher qualifications. State law requires those to be made available to the community. Use the links below to download the District Report Card.
Our 13/14 school report card is located at https://neo.maine.gov/DOE/neo/NCLBReports/Documents/3169/31691260/SchNCLB31691260.pdf
If you need to connect to the parent portal of Infinite Campus, the web address is https://maine.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/hancock.jsp
Please contact the school office if you need a login.
The Hancock School Department utilizes all assessment data to help inform our practices at the district, school, classroom and individual levels for our students. Although we encourage students and parents to participate fully in our assessment program, it is important to note that parents/guardians may opt their child out of state testing. If you are interested in doing so, please reach out to your child's principal to make this request in writing.