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Aiken Elementary School
212 King Philip Dr, West Hartford, CT 06117
Aiken is one of 11 elementary schools in West Hartford, and it serves a neighborhood in the north end of town. TheMore school, which opened in 1964, has about 450 students in grades preK-5. It was named after Mary Louise Aiken, a beloved West Hartford teacher who taught math and served as a guidance counselor at Sedgwick School. The  Great Horned Owl, is the school's mascot.
Duffy Elementary School
95 Westminster Dr, West Hartford, CT 06107
Duffy Elementary School is the largest of West Hartford's eleven elementary schools, with about 570 students. DuffyMore opened in 1952 and is named after Louise Day Duffy, who was a teacher and a member of the West Hartford Board of Education. Duffy has an integrated special education program and a community center - the Hillcrest Avenue Neighborhood Outreach Center (HANOC) - that offers a homework center and counseling groups for students and families.
Kingswood Oxford School
170 Kingswood Rd, West Hartford, CT 06119

Kingswood Oxford is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory day school serving students in grades 6-12.More The 500-plus students attend school on a campus located near West Hartford's Blue Back Square. The school puts an emphasis on educating leaders for the 21st century.

Today's school is the result of a 1969 merger between Kingswood School, a boys school founded in 1916, and Oxford School, a girls school founded in 1909.

West Hartford Police Department
103 Raymond Rd, West Hartford, CT 06107
The West Hartford Police Department, run by Chief of Police James J. Strillacci, uses a community policing approach andMore works with neighborhood watch groups to keep the crime rate in town below the state average. Police officers are visible on the street, and they actively participate in school and community programming to keep residents informed and up-to-date. The department is divided into three main areas: Patrol Services, Investigation Services and Support Services.
West Hartford Inn
900 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT 06119
The West Hartford Inn is conveniently located on the corner of Farmington Avenue and Trout Brook. The hotel has moreMore than 50 rooms and amenities include a breakfast room and a small gym. If you hold a military or school staff ID, a discount is available. The Inn has a free parking lot located under the building and though recently taken over by owner Kusum Shah, the hotel has been in its location since 1990.
University of Hartford Magnet School
196 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117
The University of Hartford Magnet School is located on the University of Hartford campus. They shareMore facilities, programs and staff with many divisions of the University and the neighboring schools within University Park. The University of Hartford Magnet School consists of the Early Childhood Learning Center for preschool students, the Family Wellness Center, with licensed clinic and parent support program, and a teaching lab for early childhood and elementary education college students. Their mission is to ensure that all students meet high standards and develop their full potential in traditional and expanded academic areas. It is a multi-faceted educational facility focused on individual learning styles and strengths that brings urban and suburban children, families and faculty together to form a diverse, innovative learning community. The program is run by Principal Elaina Brachman.
Sedgwick Middle School
128 Sedgwick Rd, West Hartford, CT 06107

Sedgwick is one of three middle schools in West Hartford. Between 1931, when it opened, and 1956, Sedgwick servedMore elementary school students as well as junior high students. Today, the school has almost 900 students, who live mainly in the central and southern part of town. Sedgwick takes its name from William Thompson Sedgwick, who was born in West Hartford and taught biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Most students who attend Sedgwick will move on to Conard High School.

 

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