THE SOUND SCHOOL
“I came to Sound to learn about boats, and fish, and the ocean. Now, I’m leaving to become a fisheries biologist. I’ll always be grateful for our school by the water.”
— Sound Senior, Class 2016
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Located in the historic Oyster Point Quarter of New Haven, Connecticut, the Sound School prepares public high school students for college, careers, and life in a maritime-focused environment, offering students from 25 diverse districts aquacultural education and New Haven residents agricultural classes.
Family engagement is a key factor in our student and school success.
Continue reading “Parent Advisory Council (PAC)”
At Sound, we support the unique needs of our diverse learners.
Continue reading “Student Support Services”
Founded in 1981 as an educational alternative to the large comprehensive high schools in New Haven, Sound School has grown to 345 students, 50 faculty and staff, serves 25 school districts, and encompasses five buildings on South Water Street.
New Haven residents can enroll in our agricultural science and technology education program. Continue reading “Agricultural Education”
College and career guidance, including scholarships, internships, and program information.
Nilsa Matos, school counselor and AP Coordinator
Overlooking New Haven Harbor, the library and conference room are located on the second floor of the Foote Building.
The annual three-day, overnight freshman camping trip is a combined orientation and team building experience, held in the Connecticut woods. See past trips on our Sound School Freshmen Camping Trip Facebook Page.