Choose from CREC’s 17 award-winning magnet schools, which are located in state-of-the-art facilities and have the latest technology, prepare students for college, and have high student achievement. Join 8,300 students from more than 85 Connecticut towns who have chosen a CREC education.
Choose CREC and provide your child with a themed-based curriculum that allows students to develop their talents and interests in diverse learning communities and participate in real-world experiences that enhance their daily learning.
CREC Elementary Schools (PreK-5)
Academy of Aerospace & Engineering Elementary School
Academy of International Studies Elementary School (formerly International Magnet School for Global Citizenship)
Ana Grace Academy of the Arts Elementary School
Glastonbury-East Hartford Magnet School
Montessori Magnet School
Reggio Magnet School of the Arts
University of Hartford Magnet School
Per Connecticut General Statutes, families of newly enrolled preschool students whose family income is above 75% of the state median income (SMI) will be required to pay a tuition fee for the school year. The fee for preschool students will be determined annually, but will not exceed $4,000 per child. Families whose income is at or below 75% of the state median income will not be required to pay tuition. For more information about preschool tuition, please review the Frequently Asked Questions document.
CREC Middle and High Schools
Academy of Aerospace & EngineeringAcademy of Computer Science and Engineering Middle School (formerly Two Rivers Magnet Middle School)Academy of Computer Science and Engineering (formerly Civic Leadership High School)Academy of International Studies 6-12 (formerly Metropolitan Learning Center for Global and International Studies)Academy of Science and InnovationGreater Hartford Academy of the Arts Middle SchoolGreater Hartford Academy of the Arts Full DayGreater Hartford Academy of the Arts Half-Day Program
What to Expect at a CREC Magnet School
The Open Choice program offers students who live outside of Hartford the opportunity to attend a non-magnet Hartford public school. Transportation is provided for all students.
The non-magnet Hartford public schools available to suburban residents who choose Open Choice are:
Although the school name may have “Academy” listed, these are regular public schools and you can select as many as five schools in which you would be willing to accept a seat.
What to Expect as Part of the Open Choice Program
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