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Waterbury Arts Magnet School
16 South Elm Street


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
School typePublic magnet school
MottoARTS–Achieve Respect Trust and Succeed
Opened2004 (18 years ago) (2004)
School districtWaterbury Public Schools
SuperintendentVerna D. Ruffin
CEEB code070867
PrincipalNicholas Albini
Hours in school day6 hours and 30 minutes
Campus typeUrban
Communities servedWaterbury, Naugatuck, Plymouth/Terryville, Region 15, Thomaston, Wolcott

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].


  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