The Sherman School is located in the scenic town of Sherman, Connecticut in the northern-most corner of Fairfield County. Our school sits in the very center of town, near Candlewood Lake and bordering New York state. We are a rural community of 23.4 square miles with a population estimated at 3,100.
Our one-school district serves approximately 315 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. We offer small classes, with an average size of 16 students per class. Our 4th and 5th grades are departmentalized allowing students to work closely with a team of academic content specialists. Our middle school (grades 6-8) is also departmentalized with Spanish beginning in sixth grade. Students enjoy Physical Education, Library, Music and Art. Technology is integrated into the curricula with 1:1 computing in the middle school as well as stationary and mobile computer labs and carts. Students with exceptional needs are serviced by a dedicated staff of teachers and specialists and all children benefit from our Psychologist and Guidance staff, and remedial reading and math support as needed. Our high school students have a choice of area schools to attend.