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Enfield Public Schools provides education for Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States.

Enfield Public Schools
1010 Enfield Street

MottoBuilding a world class school system of tomorrow, today!
SuperintendentChris Drezek
GradesPre K-12

Enfield Public Schools is a school district located in Hartford County, in Enfield, Connecticut. The district's boundaries are coterminous with those of the town. Approximately 5,000 students, grades Pre K–12, attend the Enfield Public Schools. The town's schools are organized into three Pre-K through 2nd grade primary schools coupled through a sister-school concept with three 3rd through 5th grade intermediate schools, one sixth grade through eighth grade middle school, and one ninth grade through twelfth grade high school.

List of Enfield Public SchoolsEdit

Enfield High School's Gymnasium Entrance.
  • High School (grades 9-12)
  • Middle School (grades 6-8)
    • John F. Kennedy Middle School
  • Intermediate Schools (grades 3-5)
    • Edgar H. Parkman School
    • Eli Whitney School
    • Prudence Crandall School
  • Primary Schools (grades Pre K-2)
    • Enfield Street School
    • Hazardville Memorial School
    • Henry Barnard School

The town operates one high school (9-12), one middle school (6-8), three intermediate schools (3-5), and three primary elementary schools (Pre K-2). In 2010, due to enrollment decreases, Enfield Public Schools closed two elementary schools: Harriet Beecher Stowe School and Thomas G. Alcorn School (previously the town's high school prior to the 1960s). Nathan Hale School, once a primary school, closed in 2017. Compliance to Connecticut's racial imbalance laws led to redistricting and reorganization of the town's elementary schools into primary and intermediate schools, away from the former "neighborhood school" organization. Subsequently, due to further declining enrollment, Enfield's two high schools, Enfield High School and Enrico Fermi High School consolidated in 2016 after a significant expansion and "as new" renovation of the Enfield High School site.

Other Public SchoolsEdit

  • Head Start
  • CREC Public Safety Academy
  • Stowe Early Learning Center

Parochial schoolsEdit

  • Saint Bernard School
  • Saint Martha School
  • Enfield Montessori School
  • Little Angels Catholic Pre-School

The building formerly housed Saint Adalbert School (K-8th grade), which was closed in June 2006. Starting in September 2006, the building reopened as a combined Catholic schools Pre-Kindergarten program for 3 and 4-year-olds, as well as a day care.

Community CollegeEdit

  • Asnuntuck Community College

Until the early 1980s, Enfield John F. Kennedy and its crosstown rival, Kosciuscko Junior High School (a school named for a hero of the American Revolution), operated as the town's two middle schools .It closed down as the demographics of the town changed and two distinct junior highs became clearly unnecessary. The facility of Kosciuscko Junior High School is now used as Enfield's Asnuntuck Community College.


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