Mauro-Sheridan Science, Technology & Communications Interdistrict Magnet
Address: 191 Fountain Street, New Haven, CT 06515 MAP
General Phone: (203) 691-2800
Grades: PreK3 & PreK4 to 8th Grade
Admission Preferences: Neighborhood & Sibling
School Hours: 9:15am – 3:30pm
Principal: Denise Coles-Cross
Enrollment: 546 students
Uniform School: Yes
2013 Open Houses
2014 Open Houses
To be announced shortly!
available by appointment
Mauro-Sheridan Science, Technology and Communications Interdistrict Magnet School is located in a state-of-the-art facility in the Westville area of New Haven.
Our magnet themes are embedded in a strong math and language arts program which integrates project-based learning throughout the curricula. A video production studio supports a student-produced daily news broadcast, and the applied technology/robotics lab engages students in exploring physics and math. In addition, students have access to a science lab, CLAB(classroom lab), electronic music classroom, and science discovery room which provide opportunities for students that prepare them for success in an ever-changing technologicallyadvancing world.
The school seeks to integrate school, home and community to foster academic excellence and social responsibility. As a Dr. James Comer School, Mauro- Sheridan employs the Comer Pathway Model to direct daily learning. The home-school connection in conjunction with our full time Family Educator is further supported through the school’s website at http://www.maurosheridan. net where parents and students can access the weekly newsletter and up-to-date information about upcoming activities, student services, and teachers’ individual web pages highlighting classroom information, and homework assignments.
Mauro-Sheridan is a uniform school where students receive a multitude of experiences to foster growth as critical thinkers and responsible citizens who appreciate all cultures and beliefs.
- Full Day PreK3 & PreK4 programs (7:30am - 5:30pm)
- Arabic, French, Spanish
- Before and after school academic and enrichment programs -September-May (8-9am) (3:30-5pm)
- Discovery Lab (Science)
- Distance Learning
- Family Resource Center and full-time Family Educator
- Instrumental Band Program
- Peer Mediation/Safety Patrol
- Personalized storage (P Drives)
- Project Pride
- Robotics Club (Grades 5-8)
- Digital Filmmaking Club (Grades 5-8)
- School-Based Health Clinic
- STEM-(Science, Technology)
- Amity HS/Hopkins School/ Spanish Honors/UCONN Extended
- Jewish Coalition for Literacy
- City Wide Parent Network/
- Concept for Adaptive Learning
- Connecticut Humanities Council
- Hamilton Sundstrand/NASA
- Inner-City Outing
- Read to Grow
- New Haven Food Bank
- New Haven Reads
- Peabody Museum
What our students are saying...
«I’d recommend Mauro-Sheridan because it is a good school. It has given me choice and options to participate in such activities as robotics, football, video and foreign language classes.» -Jyovanni, Grade 8
«I enjoy Mauro-Sheridan because it is an exciting school to attend, and I am learning a lot about technology.» -Nick, Grade 6
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||9||8||0||7||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|Applicants with Attendance Zone Preference:||36||32||33||11||13||4||6||7||3||2||1|
|Additional Applicants with Sibling Preference:||10||9||19||4||3||2||2||2||1||1||0|
|Additional Applicants with No Preference:||126||136||143||51||36||28||34||33||25||14||14|
Last Year's Suburban Available Seats and Applicants by Grade Level
|Grade Level Seats Made Available by School:||10||12||5||3||4||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Additional Applicants with Sibling Preference:||8||4||4||2||0||4||1||1||1||0||2|
|Additional Applicants with No Preference:||194||182||201||113||91||71||88||84||76||56||19|