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Dr. Reginald Mayo Early Learning School

Playful exterior masonry complements rebuilt historic bell tower at the new Dr. Reginald Mayo Early Learning School

In 2012, Kenneth Boroson Architects was selected from 19 architectural firms from throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts to design an early learning center solely for pre-K students aged 3-5. Completed in fall of 2016, it is now the largest public preschool of its kind in the state of Connecticut.   

Located in New Haven on the site of the former Helene Grant School in the Goffe/Dixwell neighborhood, this was the latest project in the City's $1.6 billion School Construction Program initiated by former Mayor John DeStefano in 1995. The new school, the Dr. Reginald Mayo Early Learning School, bears the name of the former Superintendent of Schools.   

Type:
New construction designed to LEED Silver equivalency

Program:
Public preschool for 565 students includes 28 classrooms, multi-purpose room, media center, administrative offices and support service areas

Area:
70,982 sf

Construction Cost:
$36,800,000

Project Status:
Complete 2016

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