Brennan-Rogers: The Art of Communication & Media
Address: 199-200 Wilmot Road, New Haven, CT 06515 MAP
General Phone: (203) 946-8640
Grades: PreK3 & PreK4 to 8th Grade
Admission Preferences: Neighborhood & Sibling
School Hours: 9:20am - 3:30pm
Principal: Karen Lott
Enrollment: 430 students
Uniform School: Yes
2013 Open Houses
2014 Open Houses
To be announced shortly!
School Tours & Shadowing
available by appointment
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Brennan-Rogers: The Art of Communication and Media provides students with a specialized curriculum focused on communication through the spoken and written word, integrated with technological advances in media. Students use communication tools and 21st century emerging technology tools to support content learning and develop skills required for the mastery of the New Haven curriculum, Connecticut, and national standards.
In Social Studies students will learn about the history of communication through Talking Walls throughout the world. They will learn the language of Math, different math systems, and analyze graphs to communicate mathematical ideas. They will learn the Science of sound and the science of GPS technology and the Internet.
English Language Arts will be further supported through a strong Broadcast Journalism program in which students will research relevant stories, write scripts and deliver the news via TV and through podcasting.
Visual and Performing Arts will be studied as a means of communication and will be integrated into all subject areas.
Cross-graded classes will provide students choice of communications electives such as journalism, TV, photography, drama, choir, design, creative writing leading to a school newspaper, TV broadcasts, film, live performances and published works.
- Full Day PreK3 & PreK4 programs (7:30am - 5:30pm)
- iPads and an Eno Board in every classroom
- Digital cameras and camcorders for classroom use
- A media lab equipped with state-of-the-art technology
- High Interest Elective Clubs
- Band Grades 3-8
- Choir Grades 3-8
- Weekly Community Meetings
- School based health clinic
- Interdisciplinary Expeditions
- Open Choice School
- Expeditionary Learning
- VH1 Save the Music
- Jewish Coalition for Literacy
- Heart of America
What our students are saying...
«Technology makes our learning exciting. With our new equipment, we are learning communication skills that will help us in the future. Using iPads and laptops, is much better than using paper and pencil. We are still learning, but also we are saving the environment!» -Kanijah, Grade 8
2012 Lottery Results Data
2012 Lottery Results Data
In an effort to help make families make informed decisions about choosing magnet and charter schools, for the first time NHPS is publishing last year’s lottery data for each magnet and charter school at the bottom of each page. Although the data changes year to year, you can see a snapshot by grade level of how many seats were available, how many applicants applied, how many applicants lived in the neighborhood and how many applicants had siblings. Seats and applicants are specific to New Haven and suburban residents. Hopefully this added information, along with attending Open Houses, will give families the information necessary to choose schools that will fit the individual needs of their children.
Last Year's New Haven Available Seats and Applicants by Grade Level
|Grade Level Seats Made Available by School:||10||0||50||3||4||3||2||24||5||30||11|
|Applicants with Attendance Zone Preference:||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Additional Applicants with Sibling Preference:||7||9||5||3||2||1||0||1||1||0||0|
|Additional Applicants with No Preference:||16||20||23||12||11||8||4||9||2||4||1|
Last Year's Suburban Available Seats and Applicants by Grade Level