Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connec 490 Jefferson Ave, New London, CT06320 The Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut prepares students for post-secondary education…More in science, technology, engineering and mechanics. It is part of the New London public school system. Graduation requirements include an internship, senior project and community learning project.
The Regional Multicultural Magnet School 1 Bulkeley Pl, New London, CT06320 A public K-5 school located in New London, The Regional Multicultural Magnet School teaches children from 12 school…More districts in southeastern Connecticut. The curriculum has a special focus on appreciation for cultural differences and diversity, including Spanish and Russian language courses. Enrollment is determined by lottery, and before- and after-school programs are provided with payment determined by a sliding scale according to income.
Winthrop Elementary School 74 Grove St, New London, CT06320 One of the last neighborhood elementary schools in the region, the Winthrop Elementary School was originally located…More near the Old Town Mill. The building was redone to become a magnet school for pupils interested in science, technology, engineering and mechanics starting in the 2012-2013 school year.
New London High School 490 Jefferson Ave, New London, CT06320 New London High School serves grades 9 through 12. It shares facilities with the adjacent New London Science and…More Technology Magnet High School and includes after-school academic assistance programs. Students are required to complete at least 10 hours of community service per year prior to graduation.
New London Public Schools, Central Office 134 Williams St, New London, CT06320 The nerve center of the city's educational system, the central office includes staffers related to the administration,…More technology, food service and other essential components linking the public schools. The district was organized in 1952, and includes four elementary schools, one high school, one middle school and one magnet school. In addition, the office oversees a program for high school students with special needs, an alternative K-3 academy and adult education courses in New London and two additional schools in Waterford. A seven-member Board of Education meets monthly to discuss issues related to the schools.