George Hill Bartlett, 65, a graphic arts teacher at Wheaton High School who retired last year after 10 years in the Montgomery County public school system, died Monday at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring following a stroke.

Mr. Bartlett, who lived in Rockville, was born in Rochester, Pa., and reared in Mansfield, Mass. He attended Northeastern, Boston and Brown universities and the University of Maryland. Before moving to the Washington area in 1962, he lived in South Chelmsford, Mass., and was a procurement official for the American Standard Corp.

In this area, Mr. Bartlett was a salesman for the McArdle Printing Co. in Silver Spring. He began his teaching career at Wheaton High in 1970.

He was a member of the National Education Association and Elks Lodge No. 1677 in Silver Spring.

Mr. Bartlett's survivors include his wife, Martha D., of Rockville; two daughters, Georgia B. St. Onge of Orem, Utah, and Lucia B. Hornback of Arlington; two sons, Bradford F. of Manassas and Joseph E. of West Islip, N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. David Marsden of Marcellus, N.Y.; three brothers, F. Weston of Holiday, Fla., Harold V. of Bradenton, Fla., and William G. of Chatham, Mass., and eight grandchildren.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Building Fund, Holy Transfiguration Church, McLean, Va.