Windsor Public Schools Administrative Offices 601 Matianuck Ave, Windsor, CT06095 The Windsor Public Schools Administrative Offices share a building with the L.P. Wilson Community Center. The Windsor…More Public Schools system consists of Roger Wolcott Early Childhood Center, Poquonock School, Clover Street Elementary, John F. Kennedy Elementary, Oliver Ellsworth Elementary, Sage Park Middle School and Windsor High School. In total, the system serves 4,000 students.
Windsor Community Center 330 Windsor Ave, Windsor, CT06095 Windsor Community Center in Wilson provides after-school programs for local elementary school children. It…More also houses the Adult Day Health Center, which runs the Caring Connection, a program for impaired adults. Windsor Community Center hosts PAL events and is available for party rentals, as well. The facility features a rock-climbing wall and an indoor playscape.
Windsor High School 50 Sage Park Rd, Windsor, CT06095 Windsor High School provides public education to more than 1,400 students. Students are able to participate in various…More varsity and junior varsity sports. Athletic teams include, but are not limited to, football, soccer, volleyball, track, and lacrosse. Students are also able to participate in art and music programs. WHS provides a widespread Advanced Placement curriculum to academically qualifying students. Foreign language courses and extracurricluar activities such as clubs are also available for student participation.
Oliver Ellsworth Elementary School 730 Kennedy Rd, Windsor, CT06095 Located in the Hayden Station section of Windsor, Oliver Ellsworth Elementary School is the town's largest public…More elementary school. The school has more than 400 students and provides them with various scholastic programs and a 10,000-volume library. The school is also equipped with a networked computer lab and athletic fields. Oliver Ellsworth hosts a semi-annual book fair and a Family Fun Night and has a student-run school store. The school is named for the third chief justice of the United States Supreme Court, who was born in Windsor.
Windsor Optical 192 Broad St, Windsor, CT06095 Windsor Optical is a family owned and operated optometry practice. Services offered include eye exams,…More prescription filling and contact lens fittings. Prescription sunglasses are also available. The office is located behind Global Driving School on Broad Street.
Milo W. Peck Child Development Center 114 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT06095 Milo Peck is a community center, housing numerous child and parent development programs. The center houses the Parent…More Center, which provides programming for parents and their children, the Discovery Center, a nationally-accredited youth program that offers daily educational and social programming for youth, and the Montessori School, a Windsor school that provides programming to preschool-aged youth.
Pathways to Technology Magnet School 184 Windsor Ave, Windsor, CT06095 Pathways to Technology is an interdistrict magnet school near the Windsor/Hartford line, and is a member of the Hartford…More Public Schools System. The school specializes in education that prepares its students for participation in a technology driven society. It serves grades 9 - 12 and has about 400 students. Pathways focuses on accepting and educating students that are on track to attend college. It aims to provide an educational foundation for college and professional careers in such fields as animation, graphic design, software programming and computer forensic science.