Renbrook School

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Renbrook School
West Hartford, CT
Type Co-ed, Private
Motto Scientia est Mater Sapientiae
Established 1935
Head Scott Hutchinson
Faculty 89
Enrollment 400
Campus 75 acres (300,000 m2)
Color(s) Royal Blue      and White     
Mascot Freddie the Hawk

Renbrook School is an independent, private day school in West Hartford, Connecticut for children age 3 through Grade 9. The building where it is located was the house of Frederick Rentschler.

Notable alumni[edit]

The alumni association includes over 2,400 graduates from Renbrook and the Junior School.

Name Class Year Description
Eunice Groark 1950 First female Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut (1991–1995)
Elizabeth May 1969 President of the Green Party of Canada
Michael Sucsy 1988 Writer, director, and producer of the HBO film Grey Gardens (HBO film)
John Conklin 1949 Set designer and Associate Artistic Director for the Glimmerglass Opera
Ben Coes 1982 Novelist, New York Times bestselling author
Chad Al-Sherif Pasha 1994 Prince of the Hijaz and Turkey
Samantha Magee 1998 Olympian rower
Sirena Huang 2009 Professional Violinist

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Coordinates: 41°47′32″N 72°47′10″W / 41.7922°N 72.7861°W / 41.7922; -72.7861