MidState Christian Academy 139 Charles St, Meriden, CT06450 This small Christian academy has grown from four students in 2007 to 81 in 2010. Affiliated with the Meriden Baptist…More Church, MidState takes students ages 3 through 18 of all faiths from Meriden and the surrounding towns. Meriden students are picked up by bus, and other students must be driven to the school. Tuition is $3,000 per year, but discounts are available for church members and families with multiple children enrolled.
City of Meriden Clinic 165 Miller St, Meriden, CT06450 Located in the Stoddard Municipal Building with Meriden's Health Department, the City of Meriden Clinic offers low-cost,…More accessible health care services to Meriden residents. Just a block from the Public Library, the clinic performs school physicals, immunizations for adults and children, blood pressure testing, hearing and vision testing and screening for a variety of issues, including communicable diseases (Hepatitis C and Tuberculosis) and lead poisoning.
Roger Sherman Elementary School 64 N Pearl St, Meriden, CT06450 Hidden away in the middle of a block in East Meriden, there is no way to directly access Roger Sherman's classic 1929…More brick school building by city street. Once a four-room schoolhouse, after ongoing renovation the school now has 32 classrooms and houses about 660 students. Principal Louise Moss is a veteran of Meriden schools, having worked previously at Nathan Hale and Casimir Pulaski.
Meriden KinderCare 12 Johnson Ave, Meriden, CT06451 Meriden KinderCare offers childcare for children as young as infants. All programs are tailored by age group. A variety…More of innovative programs are available including the enrichment program that offers exclusive learning adventures, as well as before and after school care and summer camps. Preschool, prekindergarten, and kindergarten schooling is also available through KinderCare.
Brio Academy of Cosmetology 1231 E Main St, Meriden, CT06450 Brio's flagship school in Meriden opened its doors in 1992 to eighteen aspiring cosmotology students. Presently, Brio's…More student body is just shy of 1,000 students in nine different schools throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. Brio offers license and certificate programs in Cosmotology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, Makeup Artistry and Theatrical Makeup. Brio's Meriden branch is also a full service salon in which senior students work on the public for discounted prices.
South Meriden Trinity United Methodist Church 145 Main St, Meriden, CT06451 Led by pastor Susan DeSousa, the South Meriden Trinity United Methodist Church holds services and Sunday school at 10am…More each Sunday. The congregation is more than 150 years old, and is widely involved in the community, hosting its own Christmas Bazaar and other events. The church also supports a refugee resettlement house in South Meriden. <i><br /></i>
Meriden Aviators, with a new name and new ownership, is a flight school located right in the heart of Meriden. The…More offer complete ground school each quarter, and individual flying lessons once students have passed their FAA tests.</p>
<p>Classes either take place at the Merdien Markhm Municpal Airport or at their sister airport in Brainard, CT. The school is FAA Part 141 Certified, and VA approved.</p>
Meriden Public Schools Volunteer Program 22 Liberty St, Meriden, CT06450 The Meriden Public Schools Volunteer Program is housed in the city's school board building and schedules the volunteer…More efforts of community members, students' relatives and business who want to provide assistance to local schools. The program helps students by offering them extra care in the classrooms, and the community by involving them in area schools. Those interested should contact the program's leader, Nan Despres, at 203-634-7985 or email@example.com.
First Baptist Church of Meriden 460 Broad St, Meriden, CT06450 The First Baptist Church of Meriden was established in 1786, after a faction of the original Wallingford congregation…More broke away and formed its own church here. The Meriden Baptists built this beautiful old New England church in 1848. Sunday School and two Sunday morning worship services are held here. Child care is available during the services.
Meriden's nine-member board of education shapes local educational policy and sets goals and objectives for the…More city's 12 public schools and nearly 9,000 students. Board members are elected by the citizens of Meriden and serve four-year terms.</p>
<p>Superintendent Mark Benigni runs the school system according to the rules and regulations set forth by the board. The board of education also oversees adult and continuing education as well as special programs such as the Young Mothers Program, the Venture Therapeutic Day School and Another School – an alternative high school program.</p>
The Meriden Department of Health and Human Services strives to keep the Meriden population healthy, physically and…More mentally. Health, youth and social and senior services fall under the department's umbrella.</p>
<p>Housed in the town's former police department on Miller Street near the Meriden Library, the department has an onsite clinic that provides immunizations, physicals and screenings. For local residents and institutions, it also provides social workers, school nurses, senior assistance, school readiness programs, youth services, health education, entitlement program assistance, a HIV/AIDS program, environmental and health assistance. The department partners with local organizations focused on health and well-being.</p>