Sherman School is located in the scenic town of Sherman, in western Connecticut. Our town is north of Danbury, sits at the northern end of Candlewood Lake and borders New York. We are a rural community of 23.4 square miles with a population, estimated at 3,100.
Our one-school district consists of approximately 450 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. There are three sections of all but two grade levels. Our Middle School (grades 6-8) is departmentalized with Spanish beginning in seventh grade. Our special classes include physical education, music and art. Instrumental music instruction begins in fourth grade. Technology is integrated into the curricula with the use of two mobile computer labs, one stationary computer lab and classroom computers. Four special education teachers service the student population. Remedial reading and math is provided for students in need. Guidance and psychological services are also available. Sherman School is an excellent pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school and our high school students have a choice of area schools to attend.
Sherman School Mission
We are dedicated to creating an educational environment that encourages all children to reach their potential as self-confident, responsible and caring citizens, equipped to succeed in a rapidly changing society.