The Webb School at Cheshire 725 Jarvis St, Cheshire, CT06410 The Webb School at Cheshire is a state-approved special education facility for students in K - 8th grade who are…More referred by local school districts. The Webb School is operated by the Institute of Living in Hartford. Instruction is provided in the traditional school topics that are augmented by speech and occupational therapy and other support services. The school provides group and individual therapy with an aim of returning students to a less restrictive school environment.
Cheshire Academy 10 Main St, Cheshire, CT06410 Founded in 1794 as the Episcopal Academy of Connecticut, this private college-preparatory school is located in the…More center of Cheshire, where its many historical buildings can be seen dotting the campus. The school became known as Cheshire Academy in 1937. It has nearly 200 high school students who live on campus and a total student population of 363, including international students who represent 15 countries. A day school educates 45 middle school students in grades 6 through 8.
Highland Elementary School 490 Highland Ave, Cheshire, CT06410 The facility is recognized as a national "Blue Ribbon School" for its scholastic excellence. The largest of the town's…More elementary schools, it has more than 900 students in grades 1 - 6. Classrooms are grouped by grade along two hallways. The school is tucked back off busy Highland Avenue behind the police department. The school offers an outdoor nature center near a pond, with teaching stations and seating.
The Scooter School 141 N Brooksvale Rd, Cheshire, CT06410 The Scooter School is a preschool located on North Brooksvale Road. The school works to provide children with a safe…More place to enjoy social, emotional, physical and cognitive activities, all while building their self-esteem. It follows the public school calendar, and offers a varied curriculum for students, as well as a three-week camp program in the summer. The curriculum features numerous programs, including science, art, music, cooking and language. The school also takes students on several field trips and provides outdoor play time and story time. It has a dedicated staff of teachers, many of whom have been with the school for numerous years. Visit the website for enrollment information.
St. Bridget School 171 Main St, Cheshire, CT06410 The present school opened in 1994 to serve pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade students in a faith-based curriculum.…More The building, which is next to St. Bridget Church, has been expanded twice: in 1998 to add a new wing and in 2006 for a library and additional offices. The students take instruction in piano, band and violin. There is a student newspaper and student council. The school offers extended care before and after the school day.
GreenLight Driving School 1022 Avon Blvd, Cheshire, CT06410 At GreenLight Driving School students receive the proper Connecticut driver training by a licensed professional.…More The program includes thirty hours of classroom instruction and eight hours behind the wheel. Unlike other driving schools, at GreenLight, students receive one-on-one driving instruction and a convenient rotating class schedule that meets three evenings a week. Teaching safe driving is the number one priority of this family-owned-and-operated driving school.
Humiston School 30 Spring St, Cheshire, CT06410 The school provides alternative education opportunities for Cheshire students who need a less traditional school model.…More About two dozen high school-age students attend classes in the same building that houses the Board of Education Central Offices on Spring Street. Students attend classes from 7:30am to 11:30am and spend the afternoons involved in community service or employment opportunities.
Norton Elementary School 414 N Brooksvale Rd, Cheshire, CT06410 Located in the picturesque Brooksvale area of town, Norton serves a student population of nearly 500 children.…More Students participate in a Recycling Club, Safety Patrol and a Student Council. Morning announcements are an opportunity for the students to be recognized and take part is the school's community. There are 60 faculty and staff members who work at the school. The school is historically connected to the Norton Family which operates a large orchard in Cheshire.