Wilton Public Schools 395 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Wilton Public Schools is the simple, official name for the town's school district. Its office is located on the…More same grounds as the High School.
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School 225 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Our Lady of Fatima is a Catholic school and education program. It offers programs for students grades Kindergarten…More through 8th, including a lower school, middle school and pre-school. Some curriculum subjects and lessons include math, physical education, science, social studies, technology, world language as well as special subjects like music, art and writing. The pre-school program is for children ages 3 and 4 and extended day programs are also available. Check the main website for details on programs or for information on enrollment or tuition.
Driscoll School is a public educational institution that serves Kindergarten through second grade students, in…More concert with Miller School.</p>
<p>It is named for Ina E. Driscoll, a Wilton teacher and principal from 1926 to 1957 who originally founded and ran the Gilbert and Bennett School in Georgetown (a subsect of Wilton and a few neighboring towns) and became a beloved member of the community before her passing in 1978.</p>
<div>Driscoll is located at 336 Belden Hill Road, adjoining Miller School, and there are roughly 1000 students between the two institutions. The facility also includes a pre-school for special needs children.</div>
Miller School is a fully integrated public school serving Kindergarten through second grade students.
It is…More located at 217 Wolfpit Road, adjoining the Driscoll School, and was named for Tilford W. Miller, a former Wilton educator who moved to the town from New York in 1925 and served as Town Treasurer and Chariman of the Board of Education.</p>
<p>There are roughly 1000 students between Miller and Driscoll and the facility also include a pre-school for special needs children.</p>
Connecticut Friends School focuses on ensuring that students are successful, happy, well adjusted, passionate,…More capable, intelligent, inquisitive, able to think and question, and able to excel in our society and world. The school's goal is for students to be motivated, fully engaged and excited by what they are learning.</p>
<p>The foundation of Connecticut Friends School's academic program rests on students’ engagement along with their growth and learning. Connecticut Friends School combines academics, outdoor leadership programs and arts with Quaker values of simplicity, mutual respect, peaceful problem-solving and more. The school ensures a comfortable learning atmosphere with students from Wilton, Norwalk, Westport, New Canaan, Redding, Darien, Stamford, Ridgefield, Weston, Easton, Fairfield and other local communities in Fairfield and Westchester counties. The main campus is at 317 New Canaan Road in the Silvermine area of Wilton, with an auxiliary campus at 440 Newtown Avenue in Norwalk.</p>
The nursery school at the Wilton YMCA provides a variety of age appropriate programs for boys and girls aged 2 to 5.…More Swimming, gymnastics and dance, as well as other activities, are included. Three, four and five day-per-week, extended day and early childhood programs are available. </p>
<p>The YMCA Nursery School follows the Wilton Public School calendar. Children must be YMCA members. See their website for further information.</p>
Honey Tree Preschool and Childcare of Wilton 992 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Honey Tree Preschool and Childcare of Wilton nurtures its students' curiosity. This school's curriculum introduces…More children to the fundamentals of language arts, mathematics, the arts and the social and life sciences. Teachers here encourage independent thinking, engaging students in "active and quiet exploration." Parents and caregivers can call the school for more information. Parents are responsible for providing their children lunch and snacks.