St. Joseph School 25 Squire St, New London, CT06320 St. Joseph School is a spiritually driven elementary school affiliated with the nearby St. Joseph's Church. The school…More curriculum follows the Diocese of Norwich and includes prayer, scripture and sacramental preparation. Classes range from kindergarten to middle school.
Shoreline Academy 90 Cedar Grove Ave, New London, CT06320 Developed as a CommPACT (community, parents, administrators, children, and teachers) alternative to a charter school,…More Shoreline Academy operates as a "school within a school" at the Winthrop Elementary School. It focuses on technology and hands-on projects for kindergarten through fourth grade. Selection is held by lottery.
Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School 36 Waller St, New London, CT06320 The Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School serves grades six through eight in the New London Public Schools. The school aims…More to help adolescents develop their academic skills through classes and extracurricular clubs. The school is named for the first black teacher in the New London public school system.
Harbor Elementary School 432 Montauk Ave, New London, CT06320 Harbor Elementary School is a public school serving kindergarten through fifth grade.
Rae's Driving School 316 S Frontage Rd, New London, CT06320 Rae's Driving School has been serving Southern Connecticut since 1960. The school's classes take place in the evening…More and on Saturdays. In person registration is available at this address on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 6:15pm and on Saturday at 7:45am.
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.
Beth El Nursery School 660 Ocean Ave, New London, CT06320 A part of the Congregation Beth El Synagogue, the Beth El Nursery School offers morning and afternoon programs for young…More children. The education focuses on child development, with community involvement encouraged through special visitors.
Nathan Hale Elementary School 90 Cedar Grove Ave, New London, CT06320 Named after the Revolutionary War figure who once taught school in New London, the Nathan Hale Elementary School serves…More kindergarten through fifth grade. Services include breakfast and lunch programs and a school-based health clinic.
Jennings Elementary School 50 Mercer St, New London, CT06320 New London is proud of Jennings Elementary School's new 75,000-square-foot facility, built in 2008 to replace an…More existing school. It serves kindergarten through fifth grade.
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.
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.
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.
Solomon Schechter Academy 660 Ocean Ave, New London, CT06320 A part of Congregation Beth-El, the Solomon Schechter Academy provides a private elementary school education with…More additional study of Jewish culture such as holidays and the state of Israel. An additional year of study prepares students for middle school.
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.
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.
New London Clinical Day Program 96 Hawthorne Dr, New London, CT06320 Though no longer the little red schoolhouse it was once named for, the New London Clinical Day Program continues to…More serve the same function that building once carried out. The program generally serves special needs high school students who may or may not have behavioral issues.
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.
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.
Thames Valley Music School 270 Mohegan Ave, New London, CT06320 Located on the Connecticut College campus, the Thames Valley Music School offers music programs for all ages and…More abilities. Instruction is available in wind and stringed instruments, piano, voice, percussion and music theory. Programs include private lessons, symphonies, orchestras, camps and more. Students also have the opportunity to participate in recitals. Registration forms are available on the website.
Educational Training of Wethersfield—New London Office 21 Montauk Ave, New London, CT06320 The New London office of Educational Training of Wethersfield offers training courses for people wishing to become…More certified nursing assistants. The school performs state licensing exams as well as job placement networking for students wishing to secure entry-level jobs in the medical field. The average class size is 10 students.
OIC of New London County 106 Truman St, New London, CT06320 Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America was founded in Philadelphia in 1962 as a way to help disadvantaged…More citizens secure job training. The New London branch was launched eight years later, and today includes computer labs, clinical training and several classrooms. Courses include certified nursing assistant training, culinary arts and computer and office work.
Mitchell College Children's Learning Center 701 Montauk Ave, New London, CT06320 Located on the campus of Mitchell College, the Children's Learning Center offers morning and all-day pre-school programs…More for children ages 3 to 5. The private tuition-based center also features summer programs for school-age children. It is a lab school for the Mitchell College Early Childhood Department, which studies early childhood development. A toddler program is also available for ages 15 - 34 months, which allows toddlers to socialize with a parent or guardian present.