Charles Carroll School No. 46 is situated on a quiet, tree-lined residential street in the heart of the city’s Browncroft neighborhood. Much of the area near the school was originally part of the Brown Brothers’ Nursery, started in the 1800s. When the land was subdivided into home lots, the Brown brothers landscaped them generously with ornamental trees, many of them still standing.
The City of Rochester annexed the Browncroft area from Brighton in 1914, and the site of the present school was acquired in 1921. The Board of Education authorized a new school building at the corner of Newcastle and Dorchester Roads.
School No. 46 opened its doors in September, 1932, and was named in honor of Major Charles Carroll at its dedication ceremony. Major Carroll, a courtly and distinguished patriot from Maryland, was one of the three original purchasers of the 100-acre tract of land that was the beginning of Rochester.
From the moment you step into our school, we hope you feel the welcoming atmosphere and want to be part of the learning community at Charles Carroll, School No. 46. We see ourselves as your partner in supporting your child’s academic success. Your support is critical. Making sure your child's attendance is good, helping with nightly reading, and making sure that homework is done is key. In addition, volunteering, attending school events, and participating in our established PTA will support the success of our partnership in learning. Together, as a team, we can help your child soar.
Please take time to read the Parent Handbook. It will serve as a guide for you and help answer questions you may have around our policies and procedures.
We look forward to our work together! If you have any questions, please call us at 288-8008.