Wooster School

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Wooster School is a private, co-educational, college-preparatory Pre-K-12 school in Danbury, Connecticut, in the United States. Wooster was founded in 1926 by Aaron Coburn and is named after General David Wooster, a Revolutionary War hero. Wooster's four cardinal principles are simplicity, religion, hard work, and intellectual excellence. An Episcopal school, Wooster emphasizes community service and helping others. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Puedes encontrar por los alrededores puntos de interés y lugares relacionados con Protected areas established in 1956, Religious organizations established in 1905, Localidades / Poblaciones, qué ver / turismo / arquitectura y monumentos / castillos, Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas, Lugares designados por el censo, Instalaciones deportivas / pabellones cubiertos, Redding, Connecticut, Servicios / Escuelas Elementales Privadas, Houses in Fairfield County, Connecticut

Protected areas established in 1956

  1. Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve

Religious organizations established in 1905

  1. St. Joseph Church (Danbury, Connecticut)

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Redding (Connecticut)
  2. Ridgefield (Connecticut)
  3. Ridgefield (condado de Fairfield, Connecticut)
  4. Peach Lake
  5. Bethel (Connecticut)
  6. Brookfield (Connecticut)
  7. Watch Hill (Rhode Island)
  8. Southeast

qué ver / turismo / arquitectura y monumentos / castillos

  1. Castillo Hearthstone

Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas

  1. Branchville (Ridgefield)
  2. Brewster Hill, New York

Lugares designados por el censo

  1. Putnam Lake

Instalaciones deportivas / pabellones cubiertos

  1. Danbury Ice Arena

Redding, Connecticut

  1. John Read Middle School

Servicios / Escuelas Elementales Privadas

  1. Wooster School

Houses in Fairfield County, Connecticut

  1. Phineas Chapman Lounsbury House

Otros lugares de interés

  1. Danbury (Connecticut)

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