Norwalk, Connecticut was established over 300 years ago as a fishing port and harbor, Norwalk offers the charm of the past with the dynamics of the future. The city of Norwalk has a revitalized historic downtown district (SONO), varying inland residential neighborhoods, and a flourishing business district. Norwalk has evolved into a cultural center for the region boasting a local symphony, several notable museums and festivals, which are highlighted by the Maritime Aquarium, the Oyster Festival and the SONO Arts Festival.

About 90,000

27.7 Square Miles

Often the recipient of awards for originality and quality, Norwalk educators have been particularly successful in the full integration of academic programming and a concentration on individualized learning. Over 83 percent of the system’s more than 800 certified personnel have advanced degrees. Norwalk has been aggressive in tailoring a curriculum that reaches the special needs of all citizens.

Elementary Schools (Grades K-5)


Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)


High Schools (Grades 9-12)


Private School


Rowayton Woods Pool

Rowayton Woods Garden

Rowayton Woods Lake

Rowayton Woods Lake

Rowayton Woods Lake