Greens Farms School is one of five elementary schools in the Westport School District. Built in 1927, the school has…More approximately 470 students in kindergarten to fifth grade. John Bayers serves as the principal.
The school day runs from 8:15am to 3pm. In the event of an early dismissal or emergency closing, the school day would end at 12:45pm.
Bedford Middle School 88 North Ave, Westport, CT06880 Bedford Middle is one of two middle schools in the Westport School District. Dr. Cary Bell serves as principal and…More oversees a staff of about 129, including teachers, administrators and other positions. The school day runs from 8am to 2:45pm. In the event of an early dismissal or emergency closing, the school day would end at 12:15pm.
The Learning Community Day School 90 Hillspoint Rd, Westport, CT06880 The Learning Community Day School was originally founded by parents looking for an alternative to public schooling.…More The non-profit independent school encourages creativity and self-expression and social, intellectual and emotional development through its individualized child-centered teaching methods. Available programs include pre-school, kindergarten, enrichment and week-long summer sessions. The school accepts students from all backgrounds from Westport, Wilton, Norwalk, Fairfield and Weston.
The Pierrepont School 1 Sylvan Rd N, Westport, CT06880 The Pierrepont School is an independent private school founded in 1999. The school teaches kindergarten through 12th…More grade level classes, following a rigorous curriculum with an emphasis on language study. Language courses include classical Latin, ancient Greek, Mandarin Chinese and French, and all classes are targeted toward highly motivated, intellectually curious children. Visit the Pierrepont School Web site to find out more about the school's curriculum.
Staples High School is the only high school serving Westport. John Dodig serves as the principal.
The school…More day runs from 7:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. In the event of an early dismissal or emergency closing, the school day will end at 11:45 a.m.
Staples High School was originally built in 1884 on the land now occupied by Bedford Middle School. In 1958, Staples High School moved to its current location on North Avenue in order to respond to the expanding needs of the community. Today’s Staples includes an Olympic-size indoor pool and a radio station, WWPT-FM (90.3 FM).