Education in Fairfield, Connecticut

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Fairfield, Connecticut has a total of 16 public schools. There are a total of seven private elementary schools, two private high schools, and two private universities located in Fairfield.

Fairfield public schools[edit]

Fairfield's public schools are governed by a large administrative body, as well as a nine-member elected Board of Education.[1]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Burr Elementary School - Established 2004
  • Holland Hill School
  • Jennings School - Established 1967
  • McKinley School
  • Mill Hill School - Established 1956, Reopened 1991
  • North Stratfield School
  • Osborn Hill School - Established 1957, Closed 1981, Reopened 1997.
  • Riverfield School - Established 1962
  • Roger Sherman School
  • Stratfield School
  • Timothy Dwight School

Middle schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Private and parochial schools[edit]

Primary schools[edit]

  • Eagle Hill - Southport
  • Fairfield Country Day School
  • Hillel Academy
  • Holy Family School - closed by the Diocese of Bridgeport at the end of the 2009-2010 academic year
  • Our Lady of the Assumption School
  • Pear Tree Point School
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School
  • The Unquowa School

Secondary schools[edit]

Universities[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Board Members. Fairfield Public Schools.

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