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 300 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. We offer small classes, with an average size of 15 students per class.  Our 4th and 5th grades are departmentalized in Math and Language Arts allowing students to work closely with a team of academic content specialists. Our middle school (grades 6-8) is also departmentalized with Spanish and Executive Functioning courses beginning in sixth grade. All students in grades 4-8 benefit from our Exploration (XP) and Enrichment period daily where they can pursue their interests and passions through a wide variety of electives.

In addition, students enjoy Physical Education, Educational Technology, 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.

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