Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication 190 Governor Winthrop Blvd, New London, CT06320 Open to students from 12 southeastern Connecticut towns, the Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication (ISAAC)…More fosters a hands-on learning environment and community involvement. All students have a musical pursuit, playing an instrument or singing in the choir. The charter school is open to sixth, seventh and eighth graders.
New London Landmarks 49 Washington St, New London, CT06320 New London Landmarks is one of only a few restoration and preservation agencies in Southeastern Connecticut. They are…More interested in educating the public and advocating appropriate development of the entire environment of New London Connecticut. This non-profit is a strong advocate of the concept that "preservation is economic development."
Tabernacle of Faith NL Church 12 Masonic St, New London, CT06320 The Tabernacle of Faith of New London is a congregation of faith led by pastors Jesse and Michelle Morales. TOF is a…More multicultural church that accepts individuals of all ages. It is a Spirit-filled church that accepts all who are looking for a place of worship. Worship is Bible-based. Services take place in a casual environment and music plays a big part. To learn more, call, view the website or visit a Sunday service.
Campus Pizza 465 Williams St, New London, CT06320 Campus Pizza offers a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a family-friendly environment, you can sit and…More enjoy any one of Campus Pizza's piping hot dishes. From pancakes and egg sandwiches to veggie pizza and hot wings, Campus Pizza has it all. Grab a refreshing drink and one of its famous grinders. With extended weekend hours, ample parking and a pleasant staff, Campus Pizza is a convenient stop.
Williams School 182 Mohegan Ave, New London, CT06320 Located on the Connecticut College campus, the Williams School environment and curriculum are designed to prepare…More students for higher education. It serves middle school and high school grade levels and places an emphasis on study skills. All students are required to take at least one year of Latin. Originally a girls' school located in what is now the G.A. 10 courthouse on Broad Street, the school moved to its present site in 1954 and became co-educational in 1971. A 25-member board of trustees oversees the school's policies and finances.
Bean and Leaf 13 Washington St, New London, CT06320 The Bean and Leaf is a family-owned, fair trade, organic coffee house with an emphasis on protecting the environment and…More supporting the local community. The shops beans are all roasted locally at the Bean and Leaf headquaters on Howard Street and many of the food ingredients are locally grown. In addition to supplying the community with high-quality coffee and food bean and leaf provides a space for local poets and musicians to perform and visual artists to display their work comission-free.
St. Mary Star of the Sea School 16 Huntington St, New London, CT06320 The mission of St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic School is to create a caring, nurturing environment which…More integrates Catholic faith with everyday teaching and learning experiences. It provides standards-based instruction which allows each student to reach their highest academic potential. The school strives to formulate a home-school connection that is committed to creating responsible, independent learners. It teaches the virtues of faith, hope and love with an emphasis put on family, home family, school family, church family and the worldwide family.