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Alex Harvey, instructional coach for public elementary schools in Greenwich, is hired as assistant principal for Darien's Holmes School.
Do you know any of these six Darien High School Students? They're all semi-finalists for National Merit
And they've challenged Darien's six other schools, Darien Public Schools central office and the Board of Ed. Is ice on sale anywhere nearby?
Which ACT subjects stump Illinois students?
With back to school time upon us, a Connecticut Police Department reminded people to talk to children about bullying.
The Greenwich Education Group explains the importance of the PSAT testing process for high school students.
Judith Pandolfo, assistant superintendent for elementary education in Darien Public Schools, leaves early after her position was eliminated.
John Grasso has been appointed Interim Principal of Royle School for the 2014-2015 school year.
Veteran educator Carleen Wood is leaving her Darien Public School post to return to Greenwich Public Schools as Special Ed administrator.
Connecticut Higher Education Trust Organizes Donation Program
Wednesday’s Senior Internship Fair was the culminating event of the 2014 Senior Internship Program.
The Class of 2014, the 165th graduating class, is urged to go out and "change the world."
The newly renovated J.M.Wright Technical High School will welcome its inaugural freshman class on August 27.
The newly renovated J.M.Wright Technical High School will welcome its inaugural
The keynote speaker at this year’s Science Symposium will be Dr. J. Alan Clark, professor of conservation biology at Fordham University.
At Darien High School, Baird won the class of 2012 Choral Music prize, and was a four-year member of the Tudor Singers select choral ensemble.
U.S. News' latest rankings of public high schools has Darien at No. 12 in Connecticut; No. 32 in STEM nationwide and overall, nationwide at No. 362.
"The children are getting to feed the ducks, hold the ducks, and even watch them swim in their classroom in a make-shift bathtub."