Valley Regional High School (VRHS) is located in Deep River, Connecticut, United States. It serves the three towns of Regional School District #4 - Essex, Chester, and Deep River.
Since 2006, the school has had a high turnover in administrative leadership. In April 2011, Kristina Martineau was selected as the school's new Principal, making her the fifth principal in six years at the high school. Additionally, the selection of music teacher Matt Talmadge in that year as Associate Principal marked the third person to hold that position over the same period.
Despite this turnover, in its 2011 edition, Newsweek magazine named Valley Regional as one of "America's Best High Schools," ranking 334th out of 500 nationally.
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