Duffy Elementary School 95 Westminster Dr, West Hartford, CT06107 Duffy Elementary School is the largest of West Hartford's eleven elementary schools, with about 570 students. Duffy…More 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.
Musa Sebadduka Law Offices 1100 New Britain Ave, West Hartford, CT06110 Musa Sebadduka is an immigration attorney located in West Hartford. He can assist in obtaining visas for new residents…More of the United States and can also help protect illegal immigrants looking to obtain papers or students whose student visas have expired. Call the office for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Aiken Elementary School 212 King Philip Dr, West Hartford, CT06117 Aiken is one of 11 elementary schools in West Hartford, and it serves a neighborhood in the north end of town. The…More 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.
Sedgwick is one of three middle schools in West Hartford. Between 1931, when it opened, and 1956, Sedgwick served…More 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.</p>
Morley is one of 11 elementary schools in West Hartford. Originally called the Fern Street School when it was built…More in 1926, the school's name was changed a few years later in honor of Edward W. Morley, a West Hartford native who discovered the atomic weight of oxygen. Morley serves about 370 students in grades K through 5.</p>
Berlitz School of Language 970 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT06107 The West Hartford location of national chain the Berlitz School of Language offers language and cultural education to…More adults and children, as well as to military and corporate clients. Berlitz is located in the Center Building, in the heart of West Hartford Center's thriving downtown area. The bright, friendly reception area and the tastefully decorated private learning areas contribute to a positive environment for students.
Webster Hill, one of West Hartford's 11 elementary schools, was built in 1949. Its name comes from its location on…More Webster Hill Boulevard, which is close to the birthplace of famed West Hartford resident Noah Webster, father of the American dictionary. Webster Hill has almost 450 students in grades K-5.</p>
Bugbee School 1943 Asylum Ave, West Hartford, CT06117 Bugbee is one of 11 elementary schools in West Hartford. It serves neighborhoods mainly in the north-central part of…More town in grades K-5. The school, with more than 400 students, has two playgrounds, a baseball field and access to an adjacent wooded property with trails and streams. Bugbee, which opened in 1950, is named after Lloyd H. Bugbee, a former superintendent of West Hartford schools.
First Student Inc. 630 Oakwood Ave, West Hartford, CT06110 First Student Inc. is the number-one student transportation provider in America and operates in more than 650 national…More locations. First Student guarantees and insures each individual student will be picked up and dropped off in a timely and safe fashion.
Norfeldt School 35 Barksdale Rd, West Hartford, CT06117 Norfeldt, one of 11 elementary schools in town, serves students in a neighborhood on the north end of West Hartford. The…More school opened in 1957 and was named after Eric G. Norfeldt, who was a teacher, coach and physical education director at nearby Hall High School. More than 400 students in grades kindergarten through fifth attend Norfeldt. Students at Norfeldt receive instruction in French in kindergarten through third grades.