Columbus Magnet School, an elementary school that teaches students from Kindergarten through fifth grade, offers…More a thorough curriculum and eclectic array of elective enrichment programs ranging from yoga to chess. The school has a full library and computers in all its classrooms. There are more than 30 faculty members, including a special-education teacher and a full-time social worker.
Although Columbus Magnet School is part of Norwalk Public Schools, students must apply and are accepted on a lottery basis; admissions decisions are made in January. As such, the school has a diverse student body drawn from every district of Norwalk.
Norwalk Community College, West Campus Richards Ave & W Cedar St, Norwalk, CT06854 Norwalk Community College is a public community college with a West campus location based on Richards Avenue. The…More school offers a range of programs, including credit and non-credit degree programs, certification programs and job training programs. Some options include technical programs, liberal arts, science, business, art, English, behavioral studies, humanities and more. The campus has many facilities, including the Culinary Arts Laboratory, Schwab Center for Information Technology, science labs, a cafeteria, academic center as well as a fitness center and gymnasium. Check the main website for details on programs or degrees or for information on a campus tour.
Owned and maintained by the City of Norwalk, Calf Pasture Beach offers public access to the Long Island Sound and…More free parking to residents, who can obtain a parking pass from the Parks and Recreation Department in City Hall.
Visitors to Calf Pasture Beach can take advantage of the volleyball and bocce courts, softball fields, fishing pier (with a license from Town Clerk), sailing school, kayak and wind-surfing rentals, picnic grove and boardwalk concessions.