Beginning this school year, Saint Stanislaus School is partnering with Talcott Mountain Science Center in Avon to provide science and math enrichment and relevant uses of technology in the curriculum.
Saint Stanislaus School was founded in 1897 by a group of Polish immigrants who wanted to create a God-centered learning environment where prayer, advanced study, and service were emphasized. Our school curriculum exceeds the national Common Core standards and enhances the knowledge and skills of our students so that they can think critically and become productive moral citizens within a multicultural and technological society.
Talcott Mountain Science Center began in 1967 with a dedication to hands-on, inquiry-based science that leverages a child’s natural sense of wonder and critical thinking skills to provide a natural outlet for their curiosity and problem solving abilities.
The merger of these two great institutions will provide a richer experience for our students.
Saint Stanislaus School: Home of High Academic Achievers and Followers of Gospel Values
Save the Date
Our annual Crystal Ball Auction will be held on Saturday, May 17 @ 6:30 pm
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St. Stan’s Students Inducted Into National Junior Honor Society
The Saint Stanislaus School Academy of Math & Science recently inducted five students into the National Junior Honor Society.
Students Emma H. (C’15), Tatiana G. (C’15), Adriel G. (C’15), Emma N. (C’14), and Edmund “EJ” H. (C’14) join Marley M. (C’14) in being awarded this prestigious academic distinction.
St. Stan’s Students in All State Band Concert
The Saint Stanislaus School Academy of Math and Science is proud to announce that six students recently participated in the 2014 Connecticut Future Musicians All State Band Concert held on March 22 at Central Connecticut State University.
The students include Jeremy W. (C’14) on trombone, Erik M. (C’15) on alto saxophone, Tatiana G. (C’15) on alto saxophone, Sebastian M. (C’16) on trumpet, Bridget R. (C’16) on flute, and Lana Marie D. (C’16) on flute.