Berlingo's Auto Body Shop 30 Diaz St, Stamford, CT06902 Berlingo's Auto Body Shop is located on Stamford's east side and specializes in all major car repairs. The shop can…More be found on Myrtle Avenue between East Main and Elm. Services include dent repair, transmission, suspension work and frame straightening. Berlingo's also provides estimates and guarantees all work.
Pray Body Shop 336 Elm St, Stamford, CT06902 One of only 10 structural auto repair shops in the country, Pray was one of the original Audi A8 aluminum collision…More repair facilities (and the only authorized Audi dealer to do so after the 1996 rollout of Audi's aluminum space frame). Founded by Malcolm Pray in the 1960s, Pray Body Shop provides services such as precision straightening, quality painting and hi-tech support.
Bebe 100 Greyrock Pl, Stamford, CT06901 Located on the fifth floor of the Stamford Town Center, Bebe sells sleek, body-conscious jeans, dresses and accessories…More for fashionistas who love to turn heads. The store's decor is punctuated by an upscale, boutique vibe. Founded in 1976 by Manny Mashouf, the first Bebe store opened in San Francisco, and the company has since grown to 312 locations in 12 countries. Customers can also shop the Bebe brand online.
Trinity Catholic High School 926 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT06905 Founded in 1991, Trinity Catholic High School is a co-ed college-preparatory Diocesan high school with a rich tradition…More in academic excellence, athletic performance and community service. Regionalized from St. Mary's in Greenwich, Stamford Catholic and Norwalk Central, Trinity offers its student body an academic program with 219 courses, including advanced placement in English literature, chemistry and more. Trinity is the home of the Crusaders, a comprehensive athletic program that competes in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference with 11 men's sports and 11 women's sports. The school also has an organized community service program in which its students are required to dedicate time to working with charitable organizations such as the Stamford Red Cross, AmeriCares and Easter Seals.
Founded in 1999, the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering is one of three public high schools that…More serve the city of Stamford, but as an inter-district magnet school, students from Greenwich, New Canaan, Ridgefield, Darien and Norwalk are also permitted to attend. Admission to AITE is based on an application and lottery system.
AITE combines traditional academic courses with technology training, and students have the opportunity to earn industry certification, college credit and paid corporate internships.
Although AITE has a focus on information technology, engineering and architecture, students still benefit from a broad selection of courses, including Advanced Placement. The entire faculty and student body are given laptops in order to fully integrate technology into the curriculum.
AITE shares an auditorium with Rippowam Middle School but has its own cafeteria, library and health center.