Fairfield American Little League 1290 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 Like the Big Leagues, Fairfield's Little League is divided into the National and American leagues. Selection in each…More league is determined by elementary school, with the American League serving Mill Hill, Riverfield, Dwight, Sherman and Osborn Hill elementary schools. Eligibility begins as early as kindergarten. Practice begins in April, and games are played at either Riverfield School or Gould Manor baseball fields on the weekends beginning in late April or early May. See the Web site for registration.
Ogden House 1520 Bronson Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 Ogden House was given to the Fairfield Historical Society by previous owner Lillian Wadsworth and now stands as a…More museum. The house is an 18th century saltbox, and was one of the few to escape the burning of Fairfield by the British during the American Revolution. Ogden House is only open to the public on Sunday afternoons during the summer.
American Floor Service is a hardwood floor contractor and provides clients with hardwood floor installation,…More refinishing and repair. Clients can request a free quotation for their hardwood floor project. It serves Fairfield, New Haven and Westchester Counties.
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American Signs & Designs 1700 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 Located in the Heritage Square shopping plaza in downtown Fairfield for more than six years, American Signs &…More Designs offers a variety of printing and signage services. Owned by Fairfield resident Wayne Savard, the shop handles all types of custom work, from a custom banner for a football game to large, commercially-lit signs. All of the work is designed to meet customer specifications. It belongs to the International Sign Association, as well as the local Chamber of Commerce. "We stand behind all of our work," says Savard.
Fairfield Ludlowe High School opened in the fall of 2003 as a second public high school in town when enrollment…More projections forecast that the town would have from 2,600 to 2,800 high school students in 2012-13.
The high school opened in a building that had housed Roger Ludlowe High School, which closed in 1987, and Roger Ludlowe Middle School from 1998 to 2003.
Before the town opened Fairfield Ludlowe High School, it built a 200,000-square-foot building on the Ludlowe campus which is now home to Roger Ludlowe Middle School.
Fairfield Ludlowe High School initially had only freshmen and sophomores and was considered at that time as a satellite campus of Fairfield High School on Melville Avenue, which was the only high school in town after Roger Ludlowe High School closed in 1987. The high school on Melville Avenue was renamed Fairfield Warde High School after Fairfield Ludlowe High School opened.
Enrollment at Fairfield Ludlowe High School is 1,423 students (March 2010 figure) and its enrollment was projected on Nov. 30, 2009 to peak at 1,844 students in 2015-16.
Fairfield Ludlowe High School's bricks-and-mortar capacity is 1,400 students, and its building was built in 1949. The building underwent a complete renovation before Fairfield Ludlowe High School opened for the 2003-04 school year.
Advanced placement courses at Fairfield Ludlowe High School include Computer Science, Economics (micro and macro), English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, U.S. History, Modern European History, U.S. Government and Politics, American Studies, French, Latin, Spanish and Studio Art.
Fairfield Ludlowe High School's headmaster is David M. Ebling and its mascot is the falcon.
Fairfield Warde High School, whose building was built in 1955, has been three public high schools over the past 55…More years.
The high school was known as Andrew Warde High School from 1956 to 1986 when it was one of two public high schools in town.
When the town closed Roger Ludlowe High School in 1987, leaving the town with only one public high school, Andrew Warde High School was renamed Fairfield High School.
In the late 1990s, the town, reacting to enrollment projections that forecast 2,600 to 2,800 public high school students in 2012-13, decided to reopen the old Roger Ludlowe High School in 2003, and Fairfield High School was renamed Fairfield Warde High School.
Enrollment at Fairfield Warde High School is 1,280 students (March 2010 figure) and is projected to peak at 1,513 students in 2015-16. The capacity at Fairfield Warde High School is listed at 1,400 students.
Some of the notable alumni of the high school include Richard Belzer, an actor and graduate of Andrew Warde High School in 1962; J.J. Henry, a professional golfer who graduated from Fairfield High School in 1993; John Mayer, a musician who graduated from Fairfield High School in 1995; and James Blake, a professional tennis player who graduated from Fairfield High School in 1997.
Advanced placement classes at the high school in 2009-10 included computer science, economics (micro and macro), English language and composition, English literature and composition, calculus AB, calculus BC, statistics, environmental science, biology, chemistry, physics, U.S. history, modern European history, U.S. government and politics, American studies, French, Latin, Spanish and studio art.
The mascot at Fairfield Warde High School is the mustang.
North American Wireless Solutions 338 Commerce Dr, Fairfield, CT06825 Located on the first floor of the Fairfield Technology Center on Commerce Drive, North American Wireless Solutions is a…More regional distributor of Nextel and Motorola for small- to medium-sized businesses. Since its establishment in 1995, North American Wireless Solutions has been providing several options and services for its dealers and sub-dealers including co-op advertising programs such as newspaper, radio and trade publication advertising.