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Waterbury Arts Magnet School
Address
16 South Elm Street

,
Connecticut
06706

United States
Coordinates41°33′16″N 73°02′14″W / 41.5544°N 73.0371°W / 41.5544; -73.0371Coordinates: 41°33′16″N 73°02′14″W / 41.5544°N 73.0371°W / 41.5544; -73.0371
Information
School typePublic magnet school
MottoARTS–Achieve Respect Trust and Succeed
Opened2004 (18 years ago) (2004)
StatusOpen
School districtWaterbury Public Schools
SuperintendentVerna D. Ruffin
CEEB code070867
PrincipalNicholas Albini
Grades6-12
Hours in school day6 hours and 30 minutes
Campus typeUrban
Communities servedWaterbury, Naugatuck, Plymouth/Terryville, Region 15, Thomaston, Wolcott
Websitewww.waterbury.k12.ct.us/school_home.aspx?schoolID=3

The Waterbury Arts Magnet School is a public middle/high school located in downtown Waterbury, Connecticut. The school opened in 2004 alongside the newly renovated Palace Theater, to which the school is granted limited access for assemblies and performances.[1] Prominent features of the school include various performance spaces, music labs, a television studio,[2].

References

  1. ^ Palace Theater and the Waterbury Arts Magnet School 10/1/2004 Waterbury Observer
  2. ^ Video class a magnet for students by Robyn Adams in The Republican American March 20, 2009