Size and Population
Windham occupies an area of about 28 square miles and is home to about 25,000 people.
Incorporated in 1692
Windham Early Childhood Center
322 Prospect Street, Wilimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2627
Natchaug School (Grades K-5)
123 Jackson Street, Willimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2380
W.B. Sweeney School (Grades K-5)
60 Oak Hill Drive, Willimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2420
North Windham School (Grades K-5)
112 Jordan Lane, North Windham, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2400
Windham Center School (Grades K-5)
45 North Road (Rte 14), Windham Center, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2440
Windham Middle School (Grades 6-8)
123 Quarry Street, Willimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2350
Windham High School (Grades 9-12)
355 High Street, Willimantic, CT
Main Office: (860) 465-2460
· Eleazar Wheelock (1711-1779), a Congressional minister, orator, educator, and founder of Dartmouth College, was born in town
· Eliphalet Dyer (1721-1807) a lawyer, jurist, and delegate for Connecticut to the Continental Congress, was born in town
· William Hebard (1800-1875) a United States Representative from Vermont, was born in town
· George Hewitt Cushman (1814-1876) engraver and painter of miniature paintings and portraits.
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>>Windham Museums & Parks
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