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Mount Hope Montessori School
48 Bassetts Bridge Rd, Mansfield Center, CT 06250
The Mount Hope Montessori School provides education and activity for children from 2.9 to 6 years old. TheMore School offers full and half-day programs for students, as well as after-school programs. Contact the Director at mthopemontessori@snet.net.
Mansfield Middle School
205 Spring Hill Rd, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06268
The Mansfield Middle School provides education and activities for students in grades seven and eight. The school offersMore a number of extracurricular activities and sports programs. Contact the school at mmsnet@mansfieldct.org 
Edwin O. Smith High School
1235 Storrs Rd, Storrs, CT 06268
Edwin O. Smith High School is located in Storrs and serves students in grades 9 to 12. The public high school is part ofMore Connecticut's Regional School District #19 and is headed by Principal Louis DeLoreto. It offers rigorous coursework in math, science, foreign languages, English, art, physical education and more. 
Dorothy C. Goodwin Elementary School
321 Hunting Lodge Rd, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06268
The Dorothy C. Goodwin Elementary School provides education and activity for children pre-k through fourth grade.More Extracurriculars and student clubs are also available. A plaque over the school's entry reads: Through these doors pass the greatest students in the world.
Mansfield After School Program
321 Hunting Lodge Rd, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06268
The Mansfield After School Program is held at the Dorothy Goodwin Elementary School, where children from kindergarten toMore grade 6 are supervised by trained and experienced caretakers. Children are given snacks and can participate in activities such as indoor and outdoor play, crafts and field trips that are designed to provide meaningful child-centered experiences. 
University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts
830 Bolton Rd, Storrs, CT 06269
The School of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut provides specialized training to students in the areas ofMore music, drama, performance, design, art history and the visual arts. There are separate departments for Art and Art History, Dramatic Arts and Music, and the school enrolls more than 650 students in all three departments. Undergraduate and graduate programs are available to students, and open houses are held every fall and spring to allow prospective students to tour the campus and take in the opportunities that the School of Fine Arts has to offer.