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Buckley Elementary School
250 Vernon St, Manchester, CT 06042

A public elementary school located at 250 Vernon St., Buckley Elementary School serves about 350 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Matthew Daly is the school principal.

Arthur H. Illing Middle School
227 Middle Tpke E, Manchester, CT 06040
The town's only public middle school, Arthur H. Illing Middle School is located close by Manchester High School at 227More E. Middle Tpke. and teaches almost 1,000 7th and 8th grade students. The school follows a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Troy Monroe is the principal. 
Washington Elementary School
94 Cedar St, Manchester, CT 06040

A public elementary school located at 94 Cedar Street, Washington Elementary School services about 320 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Karen Gray is principal. 

 

Bowers Elementary School
141 Princeton St, Manchester, CT 06042
Bowers Elementary School is a public elementary school located at 141 Princeton St. The school teaches about 450More students from kindergarten through fifth grade and adheres to a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Mary Lou Ruggiero is the principal. 
Odyssey Community School
579 Middle Tpke W, Manchester, CT 06040
Located at 579 W. Middle Tpke., the Odyssey Community School is a charter elementary and middle school of about 300More students. Opened in 1997, Odyssey was the first charter school in Connecticut. Students are admitted to the school via a lottery process. Lia Barnes is the principal. 
Highland Park Elementary School
397 Porter St, Manchester, CT 06040
A public elementary school located at 397 Porter Street, Highland Elementary School services about 300 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum dictated by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Catherine Colavecchio is principal. 
Waddell Elementary School
163 Broad St, Manchester, CT 06042
Waddell Elementary School is a public elementary school of more than 300 students from kindergarten through fifth grade.More The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester Public Schools system and the Board of Education. Roland Axelson is the principal. 
Martin Elementary School
140 Dartmouth Rd, Manchester, CT 06040
A public elementary school located at 140 Dartmouth Road, Martin Elementary School services about 280 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Donna Fitzgerald is principal. 
Saint James School Extended Daycare
73 Park St, Manchester, CT 06040

St. James School is a Catholic learning community, including a pre-school for three and four year olds and theMore regular school with kindergarden through eighth grade. Each grade/age has two classes.

Extended daycare is available on school days with directed activities and time for homework. The hours of the program are 6:15-7:30am and 2:05-5:30pm.

The principal of the school is Patricia Kanute.

St. James Parochial School
73 Park St, Manchester, CT 06040
Saint James School is a Catholic elementary/middle school serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade.More Located in the heart of Manchester, Saint James School is a 2010 recipient of the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award for academic excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Saint James School infuses faith, values, and community into a traditional and accelerated learning environment that includes a multitude of extracurricular activities such as school sports, instrumental music and science. One of the oldest and largest Catholic elementary/middle schools in the area, Saint James School accepts students of all religious faiths and from all towns in the greater Manchester area.
Assumption School (main campus)
27 Adams St S, Manchester, CT 06040

Assumption School on South Adams Street is the main campus of the Assumption school system housing grades K-5th. TheMore Assumption School is a private institution but is reasonably priced and offers many modern technologies in the classroom to aid the learning process.

As a Catholic school, religion is integral to the curriculum that includes other focuses like literature, science, math, and history. The Assumption School also has a computer lab on site and has extensive physical education, music, and art departments.

Howell Cheney Technical High School
791 Middle Tpke W, Manchester, CT 06040
Howell Cheney Technical High School is a regional technical school for students in grades 9 through 12More located at 791 W. Middle Tpke. The school draws its approximately 670 students from more than 25 communities in the area. Students can study 11 different trades at the school, as well as participate in high school athletics and extra curricular programs. Robert Sartoris is the principal. 
Saint James School
73 Park St, Manchester, CT 06040
Saint James School is a Catholic elementary/middle school serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade.More Located in the heart of Manchester, Saint James School is a 2010 recipient of the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award for academic excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Saint James School infuses faith, values, and community into a traditional and accelerated learning environment that includes a multitude of extracurricular activities such as school sports, instrumental music and science. One of the oldest and largest Catholic elementary/middle schools in the area, Saint James School accepts students of all religious faiths and from all towns in the greater Manchester area.
St. Bridget School
74 Main St, Manchester, CT 06042
Principal Mrs. Mary Alice Nadaskay oversees a staff of 25 teachers and administrators at St. Bridget School. TheMore facility seeks to help children grow academically, spiritually and socially, and parent involvement is encouraged. St. Bridget School hosts students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Pre- and -after-school programs are available.
Keeney Street Elementary School
179 Keeney St, Manchester, CT 06040
Keeney Street Elementary School serves about 400 students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The school followsMore a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Reynolds Luce is principal.
Town of Manchester Education Department
45 N School St, Manchester, CT 06042
The Manchester Education Department is responsible for the instruction of about 7,300 public school students andMore oversees the operations of 10 elementary schools, a middle school, a sixth-grade academy, a regional academy, Manchester High School and an alternative education program, the Bentley School. The main offices for the department are located in the Kennedy Education Center at 45 N. School St. Kathleen M. Ouellette serves as the current superintendent; Patricia F. Brooks serves as the assistant superintendent of finance and management; and Ann Richardson serves as the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction. Other central office departments located in the Kennedy Education Center include food and nutrition, health, pupil personnel services and transportation. The department is overseen by a nine-member Board of Education elected for three-year terms by the town's electorate.
Manchester High School
134 Middle Tpke E, Manchester, CT 06040
The town's only public high school, and consequently one of the largest public high schools in Connecticut, ManchesterMore High School serves about 2,000 students grades nine through 12. In addition to a competitive and popular athletics program, known as the Indians, the school features its own TV station - where students gain valuable real-world experience in video and media production - and a thriving performing arts program that sponsors a number of concerts and plays throughout the school year. The school's motto: "to create an environment for all students to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become successful, contributing members of society." Kevin O'Donnell is the principal.