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Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet High School Campus

June 17th, 2013 · 5 Comments · Education

This video, from the city’s website, provides a virtual tour of the $87 million, 250,000-square-foot Fairchild Interdistrict Magnet High School Campus scheduled to open for the upcoming school year. It’s three high schools in one, visible from the Route 25-8 Connector, with 1,500 students from the Bridgeport region grades 9 – 12.

The campus will house an Information Technology and Software Engineering High School, A Zoological Science, Research and Biotechnology High School in partnership with Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo and a Physical Sciences, Engineering and Aerospace/Hydrospace Science High School. The state financed the majority of construction costs.

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  • Up On Bridgeport

    How many slots have been filled out of the 1500 universe?

  • observer

    In its first year, the enrollment will be 750 (9th & 10th grade) and reportedly they are 20 suburban slots away from being filled.

  • Mustang Sally

    When I looked at this post yesterday the video was a bunch of chicks in a hot tub. Did they make it? I am thinking they were into physical sciences. :)

  • Steven Auerbach

    I have spoken to many students from the 8th grade and to be honest, I was shocked at all of the students who were accepted to this $87 million educational dream. I just heard today from teachers at High Horizons Magnet they were having a problem attracting suburbanites. BTW the principal at the magnet school, Dr. MEEKINS is one of the finest principals in the City. I hope they become more discriminatory when accepting applications. If the school wants to be a cut above, it needs to set the standard now!

  • Steven Auerbach

    Btw I was not referring to the 8th grade students at the Magnet schools. I was referring to Luis Marin, Dunbar and Curiale. When I say shocked I mean … Are you fxxx!xx kidding me!

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