The Bloomfield Public School District provides education for more than 2,400 multicultural students ranging from pre-school to high school age. The range of educational opportunities for students extends form early childhood programs to adult education.
The Board of Education employs approximately 260 certified staff and administrators and an additional 210 non-certified staff and food services workers in its facilities.
Early Childhood Education (Pre-Kindergarten)
- Family Resource Center Early Childhood Program
- The Bloomfield Early Childhood Magnet School
Elementary Schools (Grades K-4)
- Laurel School
- Metacomet School
- P. Vincent School
Intermediate and Middle Schools (Grades 5-8)
- Carmern Arace Middle School
High Schools (Grades 9-12)
- Bloomfield High School
- The Big Picture High School
CREC Magnet School – Metropolitan Learning Center (Grades 6-12)
The global and international studies theme of the Metropolitan Learning Center emphasizes interdisciplinary global understandings. Opportunities for international exchange exist at all grade levels. A range of Advanced Placement (AP) courses are available, and both technology and world languages play integral roles across the curriculum. The school is designed around how the pre-adolescent and adolescent brains learn, and the school is considered the students’ workplace. Their jobs are to learn, to grow and to give back to the community.