Ludlow Elementary School


Ludlow Elementary School is a PreK-6 public school located in Ludlow, Vermont. Ludlow is a village that sits at the base of Okemo Mountain, a well-known four-season resort. It is a dedicated community that supports the education of its students with its volunteer and fundraising efforts.

LES's annual enrollment is between 125 and 150 students. We are fortunate to have a dedicated staff who advocate for children and value professional development. Being a small school, we are very proud of what we have to offer our students.


The mission of the Ludlow Elementary School is to provide all students with a quality education that builds on high academic standards; respects and develops individual talents; enhances cooperation among family, peers, school, and community; and prepares life-long learners and responsible citizens of the world.

Belief Statements

We value and respect each child.

We believe in our teachers and staff.

We believe success in school promotes self worth.

We believe high expectations result in high achievements.

We are committed to the pursuit of excellence.

We believe the foundation for life-long learning is a responsibility shared by family, community and school.

We believe the educational system has the responsibility to recognize and develop the unique qualities and talents of each student.

We believe that all individuals can learn, succeed and contribute to society.

We believe every person has a right to a quality education.

We believe our children need a partnership of family, community and school to prepare them to shape the future.

We welcome the challenge to change.

School Hours: 7:45 A.M. to 2:32 P.M.