Fairfield College Preparatory School opened in 1942 after the Society of Jesus asked permission of the bishop of…More Hartford to open a Catholic college preparatory school for boys in Connecticut. The bishop agreed to the Jesuits' request and also agreed, at a later date, to establish a college that was linked to the prep school. That college, Fairfield University, opened its doors in 1946.
Fairfield Prep and Fairfield University share a 204-acre campus on North Benson Road in Fairfield. Fairfield Prep consists of four interconnected buildings: Berchmans Hall, Xavier Hall and Pedro Arrupe Hall, where students attend classes, and the Brissette Athletic Center. Prep students, however, also have access to the resources and facilities at Fairfield University.
About 925 students attend Fairfield Prep from 51 towns in Connecticut. Most of the students live in Bridgeport, Trumbull, Stratford, Norwalk and Fairfield. Tuition at Fairfield Prep in 2009-10 was $14,985, and financial aid is available.
The High School Scholarship Foundation of Fairfield is a non-profit foundation established in 1989 to provide…More financial assistance to deserving graduates of Fairfield's public high schools who are pursuing post-secondary education.
The High School Scholarship Foundation achieves its objective through fundraising and the establishment of an endowment.
Since its inception, the foundation has provided more than 1,000 scholarships and more than $1 million to graduating seniors.
The address given here for the foundation is Fairfield Warde High School, which was the only high school in town (named Fairfield High School at the time) when the foundation was established. The town now has two high schools - Fairfield Warde at 755 Melville Ave. and Fairfield Ludlowe High School at 785 Unquowa Road - and the foundation provides scholarships to deserving graduates of both schools.
Fairfield Health Department - Public Health Nursing 100 Mona Ter, Fairfield, CT06824 This Public Health Nursing location is affiliated with the Fairfield Health Department. It is in a portable…More building behind the Fairfield Senior Center. Its services include promotional home-health visits and events, and the administration of medical services in public schools.
Ronald J. Henry Real Estate 1675 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 Established in 1940 and located on the corner of Ruane Street and Post Road, Ronald J. Henry Real Estate provides…More quality service throughout Fairfield County. As Fairfield's oldest family-owned and operated real estate company, Ronald J. Henry provides a staff of experts in the local market. All agents reside in Fairfield and attended Fairfield schools. Ronald J. Henry also features an in-house insurance agency and sells auto, home and life policies from providers such as Travelers, Met Auto and Home and Progressive.
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.