Stamford Catholic Schools Business Office 926 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT06905 The Stamford Catholic Schools Business Office operates under The Bridgeport Diocesan Schools Corp. and handles tuition…More and billing issues for six Catholic schools in the city: Trinity Catholic Middle School, Trinity Catholic High School, Holy Spirit School, Our Lady of the Star of the Sea School, Sacred Heart School and St. Cecilia School. The office is located inside of Trinity Catholic High School. Stamford Catholic Schools currently serve 1,300 students.
Stamford High School offers its 1,800 students 200 academic courses (15 of them are advanced placement), 25 sports…More teams and 60 student clubs from which to choose. Stamford High is a member of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference. The campus includes Boyle Stadium, which has a football and baseball field, as well as tennis courts, a health center, a library media and technology center and a career center.
Stamford High opened in 1874 as a one-room school inside Center Elementary School on Broad Street. After a series of moves to accommodate the growing number of enrolled students, Stamford High settled in its current building on Strawberry Hill Avenue in 1928.
High Ridge Driving School 992 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT06905 Located less than a half-mile south of the Merritt Parkway, High Ridge Driving School offers the driver's education your…More teen needs to be safe and successful behind the wheel. Take advantage of classes in the morning or afternoon from experienced advisors. High Ridge Driving School also offers eight-hour adult drug and alcohol/safe-driving classes. This driving school features classes of approximately 20 students. Written and driving tests are a large part of the curriculum. Please visit High Ridge's website for more information.
Garden Catering High Ridge 877 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT06905 Part of the expanding empire of deliciousness, the Garden Catering serves fast and irresistibly delicious dishes for the…More local high school, corporate events and other private events. Try the cones (deep fried balls of mashed potatoes).
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.
Roxbury Elementary School 751 W Hill Rd, Stamford, CT06902 With its motto being "We all do better when we ALL do better!", Roxbury Elementary School has been a prominent, positive…More feature in Stamford's Westover/North Stamford section since its humble beginnings in the early 1800s as a one-room, one-teacher school. Now sitting at the corner of Roxbury and Westhill roads (across the street from Westhill High School) on 17 acres of land, the school (with Gloria Manna as principal) has approximately 700 students and 100 faculty members.
Opened in 1971, Westhill is one of three public high schools that serve the city of Stamford. Known as the "home of…More the Vikings," Westhill offers students an academic curriculum that includes 14 Advanced Placement courses and a variety of special programs such as the Army Junior ROTC and the Arts Career Academy. The campus includes a gymnasium, pool, media center, health center and the Allyson Rioux softball field.
Westhill also offers its students access to various sports teams, including football, baseball, softball, soccer, hockey, volleyball, tennis and lacrosse. The school colors—purple and gold—and the school's Viking mascot are both borrowed from the Minnesota Vikings, who were among the dominant teams in the newly merged AFL-NFL league at the time of the school's opening.
Home of the Explorers, Scofield is one of five middle schools serving the students of Stamford, but holds the…More distinction of being the only magnet middle school in the city. Scofield's curriculum implements the principles of the Carnegie Foundation Report, and the Coalition of Essential Schools, and is focused on science, math and technology. Its mission statement involves "respecting the unique characteristics and individuality of emerging adolescents."
In 2001, Scofield moved to its current site on Scofieldtown Rd., which was previously the campus for the University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus. Before that, the school temporarily held classes at Rippowam during its transition from a high school to a middle school.
Kumon Math and Reading Center is one of the largest after school tutoring programs in the region. With three…More facilities in Fairfield County, this particular location is found on the second floor of High Ridge Plaza on High Ridge Road. Services offered here include personal tutoring in math and reading as well as group programs for those who favor the classroom-learning style. Kumon accommodates all students from preschool through high school. See the company website for more details.
Bi-Cultural Day School 2186 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT06903 With its mission of "teaching minds, touching hearts," Bi-Cultural Day School offers over 400 students in grades pre-k…More through 8 a combination of secular and Jewish classes. Founded in 1956, Bi-Cultural Day School offers classes in language arts, social studies and art in addition to Hebrew immersion and Jewish cultural studies classes. Scholarships are available to students that qualify—the school provides over $1 million in scholarships each year.