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.
Ballet School of Stamford 175 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT06901 Ballet School of Stamford is a nonprofit school that offers professional dance training in classical ballet for…More children and adults. Various class options are available, ranging from Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet to Upper School and Level 8. The school's mission is to foster the art of ballet and develop a community awareness of the value of dance education.
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.
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.
Roscco 641 Scofieldtown Rd, Stamford, CT06903 Founded in 1975, Roscco is the Stamford School Community Organization. The organization works with the public schools to…More provide Stamford children and parents with educational and family support programs and enrichment activities such as before and after-school programs. Support programs are offered in collaboration with Childcare Learning Centers, the School Readiness Council and the Department of Adult and Continuing Education. Roscco funds its programs through private and corporate donations, and receives grants from the Connecticut Departments of Education and Social Services and the Stamford Public Schools. The organization's registration office is located at Hart Magnet School, and its administrative offices are located at Scofield Magnet Middle School.
Toquam Magnet Elementary School 123 Ridgewood Ave, Stamford, CT06907 Founded in 1968, Toquam is one of Stamford's four magnet elementary schools where students in grades K through 5 come…More together from all areas of the city to learn. Located in the Glenbrook section of the city, Toquam offers an academic program based on The Bank Street College of Education philosophy and curricula model and has a focus on social studies. The school also participates in the Stamford Public Schools' Before & After School Care (ROSCCO) program.
Known as "the green school for global citizens," Rogers International School is one of four magnet elementary schools…More serving Stamford, as well as students from Darien, Norwalk, Weston, Ridgefield and Monroe. All students come into Rogers through a lottery conducted by the Stamford Public Schools.
Rogers is an authorized International Baccalaureate Program school with a mission "to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect." The school's curriculum offers a strong focus on areas such as environmental studies and foreign language instruction, in an atmosphere that encourages students to ask challenging questions.
In 2009, Rogers moved into a new 105,000-square-foot building award-winning energy-saving features. The school currently has classes for students in kindergarten though sixth grade, but by the 2011-12 school year, Rogers will also have classes for seventh and eighth graders.
Located in the Cove neighborhood, K.T. Murphy is one of 12 public elementary schools serving the city of Stamford.…More The goal of KT Murphy, which serves grades K-5, is "to create a learning environment that encourages and enables each individual to reach his/her academic, social and emotional potential." The school follows the Responsive Classroom philosophy, which focuses on respecting the children and in turn having them respect each other.
K.T. Murphy, which was originally known as the "Cove School" has been serving the city for over 100 years and is named after Katherine T. Murphy, who was hired as a teacher at the school in 1893 and went on to become principal of the school in 1913. She continued to serve as principal until her retirement in 1948.