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East School 54 Little Brook Road New Canaan CT 06840 203-972-4410

New Canaan High School 11 Farm Road New Canaan CT 06840 203-594-4600

Saxe Middle School 468 South Avenue New Canaan CT 06840 203-594-4500

South School 8 Farm Road New Canaan CT 06840 203-972-4415

West Elementary School 769 Ponus Ridge Road New Canaan CT 06840 203-594-4400

Silvermine Elementary School 157 Perry Avenue Norwalk CT 06850 3.2 miles from 06840 203-899-2950

Scofield Middle School 641 Scofieldtown Road Stamford CT 06903 3.4 miles from 06840 203-977-4350

Miller-Driscoll School 217 Wolfpit Road Wilton CT 06897 3.6 miles from 06840 203-762-8678

Northeast Elementary School 82 Scofieldtown Road Stamford CT 06903 3.6 miles from 06840 203-977-4469

Fox Run Elementary School 228 Fillow Street Norwalk CT 06850 3.9 miles from 06840 203-899-2860

Kendall Elementary School 228 Fillow Street Norwalk CT 06850 3.9 miles from 06840 203-899-2880

Ponus Ridge Middle School 21 Hunters Lane Norwalk CT 06850 4.0 miles from 06840 203-847-3557

Ox Ridge Elementary School 395 Mansfield Avenue Darien CT 06820 4.0 miles from 06840 203-655-2579

Richard C. Briggs High School 350 Main Avenue Norwalk CT 06851 4.2 miles from 06840 203-899-2820

Davenport Ridge Elementary School 1300 Newfield Avenue Stamford CT 06905 4.2 miles from 06840 203-977-4291

Springdale School 1127 Hope Street Stamford CT 06907 4.5 miles from 06840 203-977-4575

Middlebrook School 131 School Road Wilton CT 06897 4.6 miles from 06840 203-762-8388

Cider Mill School 240 School Road Wilton CT 06897 4.6 miles from 06840 203-762-3351

West Rowan High School 81 West Rocks Road Norwalk CT 06851 4.7 miles from 06840 203-899-2970

Turn of River Middle School 117 Vine Road Stamford CT 06905 4.8 miles from 06840 203-977-4284

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Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.