Our Regional School District serves the three towns of Southwick, Tolland and Granville. Southwick is an agricultural and residential community with approximately 9,000 residents. The town of Granville joined the District in 2012 and has approximately 1,500 residents. Tolland, an original member of the district, is a small town on the edge of the Berkshires, with a population of about 500 residents. The District is located along the southern Massachusetts border in Hampden County. The Woodland School, the Powder Mill School and the Regional High School are located on the same campus at Feeding Hills Road in Southwick. The Southwick Town Library is also conveniently located on this campus. The Granville Village School (K-8) is located on Rt. 57 in Granville just east of the Town Common. The District is committed to maximizing each student’s academic and personal potential, and to providing an enriching and supportive learning environment.