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K-12 Arts Pathway

Norwalk Public Schools is excited to develop a strong K-12 pathway for those NPS students dedicated to the arts. The work on this pathway began in 2018 at Wolfpit Elementary with a plan to continue moving the work over the next five years. 

Wolfpit Elementary (K-5)

The Arts Schools Network Board of Directors has designated Wolfpit Elementary School an Exemplary School in recognition of its commitment to excellence.       

The five-year designation is awarded for 2020-2025. Wolfpit’s curricular shift from a traditional program to an arts-centered focus, provides students with the opportunity to have an integrated arts education, while engaging in rigorous learning practices.

´╗┐Over the next few years, the Wolfpit community will continue to implement a multi-year, tiered strategic operating plan incorporating the arts focus into curriculum, professional development, staffing, budget, and facilities.


Nathan Hale Middle School (6-8)

Students committed to the arts will have the opportunity with a dedicated arts house to continue exploring arts integrated content as well as skill based arts instruction.

Norwalk High School (9-12)
The Music Department has a long history of excellence from our top performing ensembles, renowned musical productions, and our nationally recognized marching band.  The Award Winning Visual Arts Department is proud of the diverse art mediums students are exposed to.