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.
Located on the West Side, Westover Elementary School is one of four magnet elementary schools serving the city of…More Stamford. Westover has a focus on Mastery Learning and Arts and Problem Solving. Their mission is to "commit the concept of educating the 'total' child."
In addition to math, science, social studies and language arts classes, Westover offers its students instruction in drama, dance, problem solving and computer technology. The school's curriculum uses a combination of mastery learning, teaching/learning styles and the Talents Unlimited approach.
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.
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.
Donald B. Sherer is a lawyer offering specialized services in the practice area of adoption law and assisted…More reproductive technology law, providing experienced legal advice and assistance. Donald B. Sherer is admitted to the Connecticut and New York Bars and graduated from the Brooklyn Law School in 1974.
Shukovsky Edward, D.M.D. 1290 Summer St, Stamford, CT06905 A graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Shukovsky Edward is a dentist offering cosmetic…More dentistry options for the customer. With services in Invisalign®, general dentistry, restorative dentistry, sedation dentistry, dental implants, veneers, bridges, crowns, tooth whitening and technological options such as oral cancer detection, laser dentistry, laser cavity detection and digital x-rays, Dr. Edward's offices are backed by a team of dental professionals.
Child Learning Centers of Stamford 195 Hillandale Ave, Stamford, CT06902 Child Learning Centers provide preschool teaching and preparation for any child in the Stamford area ages three or…More four years old. With 14 accredited affiliations in the area, this particular branch of service located on Hillandale Avenue between Wenzel Terrace and Holcombe Avenue specializes in the Stamford School Readiness Program. Subjects and programs that are taught include math, reading, social studies, technology, science, art, music, cooking and woodworking. Other services provided include English as a second language as well as kindergarten registration which is available on site. Child Learning Centers of Stamford has also obtained significant relationships with local libraries and museums to enhance the overall learning process.