Magnet Schools
 
  • Center for Japanese Study;Center for Japanese Study; - contact: Dr. Jassey at Brien McMahon High, Norwalk - 854-4000
  • Vocational Aquaculture School, Bridgeport; - contact: Jim Connelly, Bridgeport Superintendent - 576-7301
  • K-6 Wintergreen Magnet School - Edison School - Hamden, Wallingford, Woodbridge, New Haven; - contact: Peter Young ACES -407-4417 or Young@aces.k12.ct.us
  • Hartford Academy of the Arts - Avon, Bloomfield, Bristol, Canton, Cromwell, East Granby, East Hartford, East Windsor, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Hartford, Manchester, New Britain, Newington, Portland, Region #10, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, Somers, South Windsor, Southington, Suffield, Vernon, West Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor, plus 10 others; - contact: Mitzi Yates-Waterhouse - 522-8335
  • Magnet Middle School - A magnet middle school with a focus on science/technology is being planned with an anticipated opening date of September 2000. - Meriden, Madison, Middletown, Region #13, (Durham, Middlefield); - contact: Pat Krukowski, ACES - 407-4481 or krukowski@aces.k12.ct.us
  • Maritime Magnet School - Norwalk/Nathan Hale; - contact: Jack Gilchrist - 365-8853 - Merryl Launer (Nathan Hale) - 336-8042
  • Maritime Magnet School - interdistrict and interdisciplinary program during school year to study LIS - Wilton, Norwalk; - contact: Chris Markley - 762-8388
  • Regional Community Center Magnet School Regional Community Center Magnet School - serving 500 children from Preschool to Grade 6, before and after school child care services, scheduled to open year 2000. - Ansonia, Bethany, Derby, New Haven, Shelton and Woodbridge. Staffed by ACES; - contact: Carolyn McNally, ACES 407-4482 or mcnally@aces.kq2.ct.us.
  • Preschool Primary Magnet School - to meet the developmental educational and social needs of students from Preschool to Grade 3, scheduled to open year 2002; Cheshire, Hamden, North Branford, Thomaston, Waterbury, and Wallingford; - contact: Carolyn McNally, ACES 407-4482 or mcnally@aces.kq2.ct.us
  • Interdistrict Magnet High School Planning Grant Grades 7-12 - Waterbury, Bristol, Plymouth, Region #6, Litchfield, Thomaston, Litchfield Performing Arts; - contact: George Counter, Supt. - 283-4796
  • Maloney Magnet School/Thomaston Public Schools - Thomaston participates by having Thomaston students attend school in Waterbury; - contact: Maryann Thompson, Maloney Magnet School - 574-8162
  • EQUAL Interdistrict Magnet School EQUAL Interdistrict Magnet School - Modeled after the EQUAL Summer Interdistrict Program Theme: "The Community is the Classroom." - Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, East Granby, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Hartford, Newington, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, South Windsor, Suffield, West Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks; - contact: CREC 247-2732
  • Hartford and East of the River Interdistrict Magnet Middle School - A science/math/technology focus located next to the new CT Science Center on the CT River. - East Hartford, Glastonbury, Hartford, Manchester, South Windsor; - contact: CREC 247-2732
  • Metropolitan Learning Center Magnet School - A global studies 6-12 school. - Bloomfield, East Windsor, Hartford, Windsor, Windsor Locks; - contact: CREC 247-2732
  • University of Hartford Magnet School University of Hartford Magnet School - An elementary school with a theme based on Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. - Hartford, West Hartford; - contact: CREC 247-2732
  • CREC Middle School Arts Program - Desegregation magnet utilizing space, staff and students of GHAA emphasizing a multicultural curriculum in music, dance, creative writing and drama. Hartford, plus other non-CREC towns; - contact: CREC 247-2732
  • Regional Center for the Performing Arts Regional Center for the Performing Arts - Students spend ½ day in home school district and ½ day studying dance, musical theater and theater. - Bridgeport, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, Trumbull; - contact: Donna Sue De Guzman 368-6006
  • Interdistrict School at Thomaston Interdistrict School at Thomaston - A working committee and a steering committee have been named to represent the stakeholders in developing the proposed school. Bristol, Thomaston, Waterbury; - contact: George W. Counter, 238-4786, 283-6708 fax
  • The Sound School - This is a magnet school specializing in the marine sciences. - Branford, Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, New Haven, North Haven, West Haven; - contact: Timothy Visel, 946-7106
  • Interdistrict Magnet Montessori Elementary School Interdistrict Magnet Montessori Elementary School - The school is a positive demonstration of a voluntary interdistrict model project. The instructional staff and the school administrator are certified in Montessori methodology and by the State of Connecticut. - Hartford, Bloomfield, East Hartford, East Windsor, Enfield, Farmington, Hebron, Manchester, Meriden, Newington, New Britain, Simsbury, South Glastonbury, South Windsor, Vernon, West Hartford, West Suffield, Wethersfield, Windsor; - contact: Ricardo Melendez, 522-0281, 525-7567 fax
  • High School in the Community High School in the Community - This program serves students in Grades 9-12 with a nontraditional approach to education. The focus of the student's day is a three-hour "block" class, which meets five days a week for a nine-week quarter. Block classes are often team taught and interdisciplinary. - New Haven, Amity, Branford, Cheshire, Clinton, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, North Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, West Haven; - contact: Karen Wolff, 946-7415, 946-7300 fax
  • Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School - The school's mission is to offer a quality arts-focused curriculum within the context of a comprehensive college preparatory program. - New Haven, Amity, Branford, Cheshire, Clinton, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, North Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, West Haven; - contact: Regina Warner, 946-5923, 946-7300 fax
  • Benjamin Jepson Nongraded Magnet Elementary School Benjamin Jepson Nongraded Magnet Elementary School - Provides flexible grouping which allows each child to work at his or her own pace. The school supports a multicultural environment and a curriculum which creates opportunities to solve problems and creatively express ideas and concepts. - New Haven, Amity, Branford, Cheshire, Clinton, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, North Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, West Haven; - contact: John Bigliotti, 946-6077, 946-7300 fax
  • Career High School - Career High School - Career High School - The design of the program encourages students to pursue further education or enter directly into careers as they become contributing members of society. - New Haven, Amity, Branford, Cheshire, Clinton, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, North Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, West Haven; - Charles Williams, 946-8400, 946-7300 fax
  • East Hartford/Glastonbury Magnet School - Provides a quality integrated program focusing on science, technology, global and anti-bias education. - East Hartford, Glastonbury; - contact: Stephen Perepeluk, 282-3396, 282-3372 fax
  • Six to Six Interdistrict Magnet School - Serves students in Grades PreK-5. The preschool and elementary programs are integrated in an extended day, which operates year-round. Using a child centered, developmentally appropriate early childhood focus, the school makes extensive use of technology to enhance instruction. - Bridgeport, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, Trumbull; - contact: Anne Hamilton, 330-6775, 330-6781 fax
  • Educational Center for the Arts Educational Center for the Arts - Students study in one of five areas: dance, instrumental and vocal music, poetry/prose, theater or visual arts. - Ansonia, Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Milford, Naugatuck, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Shelton, Wallingford, Waterbury, Regional School District #5, Regional School District #9, Regional School District #15; - contact: Robert Parker, 407-4417, 407-4590
  • Regional Multicultural Magnet School - This K-6 elementary school features an all-day kindergarten, Spanish language instruction for all students, multiage classrooms, thematically integrated instruction, a multicultural environment and curriculum, and a two-way bilingual program. - East Lyme, Groton, Ledyard, Lyme, Montville, New London, North Stonington, Old Lyme, Preston, Salem, Stonington, Waterford; - contact: Richard Spindler-Virgin, 437-7775, 437-1475 fax http://www.rmms.k12.ct.us/
  • New Haven Public Schools Interdistrict Magnet School Program - The largest in the State of Connecticut. With 15 magnet schools operating, (five of which are interdistrict, with up to 25% of their enrollments from 14 suburban school districts) fully one-third of New Haven's public school system operate as magnets. Suburban enrollment in the schools stands now at 250 and will increase to 450 next year. The schools offer students and parents the chance to choose schools with themes, such as, in the case of Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School, a school that specializes in the visual and performing arts, and at Career High, a school that grooms young people for careers in medicine and the sciences. - New Haven; - contact: Edward Linehan, Coordinator of the Magnet Schools Programs, 946-7415
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