From the north via I-91: Take interstate 91 south to exit 15. Turn right onto route 68. Turn left at the third stop light onto North Farms Rd which becomes North Elm St. Turn left onto Christian ST at first four corner stop.
From the north via Wilbur Cross- Merritt Parkway- Route 15: Take exit 66. Turn left onto route 5, go under the overpass. At the 4th light turn left & then left again onto route 68. Take the next right at North Main St. At the 3rd stop sign, turn left onto Christian St at 1st four corner-stop.
From the south, via Wilbur Cross-Merritt Parkway- route 15: Exit 64. Turn right onto Quinnipiac St. Bear left at the fork, cross over the railroad tracks. Go straight through the traffic light (Quinnipiac becomes center st at this intersection). Turn left at the 2nd light onto North Main Street at the top of the hill. Turn right onto Christian St.
From the west, via Interstate 84: Exit 26(Cheshire). Follow route 70 through Cheshire onto Route 68. Turn right at North Main St in Wallingford. At the 3rd stop sign turn left onto Christian Street at 1st four corner stop
110 Woodbury Rd.
Watertown, CT 06795
School Phone: 860-945-7777
Grades: Co-ed, 9 – 12
From Farmington: Take Route 84 West towards Waterbury. Merge onto Route 8 North, Exit 20. Take Route 262 West, Exit 37 toward Watertown. Take Route 6 into Watertown, which takes you to Taft School.
From NYC: I-684 to I-84 in Brewster. Exit 15 (Southbury). Left onto Route 6 east to Watertown.
Approximate time by car from MPS: 40 minutes (20.09 mi)
Simsbury, CT 06070
School Phone: 860-658-4444
Grades: Co-ed, 9 – 12
From NYC: I-684 north to I-84 to Exit 39 (Farmington). Route 4 west, then Route 10 From Farmington through Avon to Simsbury. The school is about 1 mile north of the stop light in the center of Simsbury.
From Boston: Mass. Pike to Westfield. South on Route 202. The school is about 5 miles past Granby.
From Hartford: West on Route 44 (Albany Avenue). North on Route 189, left onto Route 185. North on Route 202 through Simsbury. School is about 1 mile north of the stop light in the center of Simsbury.
From Waterbury: I-84 east to Exit 39 (Farmington). Proceed as above.
986 Forest Road
New Haven, CT 06515
School Phone: 203-397-1001
Grades: Co-ed, 7 – 12
From Routes 63, 67, or 69: Route 63 and 69 merge to form Whalley Avenue at a big Mobil Station in New Haven. From that point, go 3/4 mile and turn right at traffic light onto Dayton Street. Route 122 (big Merit gas station on left). At next light (one block), Turn left and immediately right, continuing on Route 122. From entrance to school is 3/4 mile on right, just past traffic light.
From the north on Merritt Parkway: Exit 59 right off exit onto Route 69 and follow directions above.
From the south on Merritt Parkway: Exit 57 (route 34 east). Stay on Route 34 for several miles. Take a left onto Route 122 (just past a big Getty Station on left). From entrance is about 3/4 mile on left, just before traffic light.
From the south on I-95: Exit 43 (Route 122). Turn left and stay on Route 122 for approximately 2 miles, crossing over both Route 1 and Route 34. After crossing Route 34, school entrance is 3/4 mile on left, just before the traffic light.
From the north on I-91 or I-95: Exit 1 from I-91, Exit 47 From I-95: Go to the end of connector (stay on Route 34) until it ends at the Boulevard. Take a right (still Route 34). At next set of lights, take left (still Route 34). Take a right a 3rd light onto Route 122. School entrance is 3/4 mile on the left.
Approximate time by car from MPS: 50 minutes (41.49 mi)
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