By Daniel Fleschner ’94
You may not feel it now, because you’re still so close to it. But in time, I guarantee: you’ll come to recognize that a piece of you will live here forever. Foote and New Haven will always be your home. Embrace that. Treasure it. And use it as a source of strength — knowing that wherever you go, anywhere in the world, you have a home.
Students contemplate justice outside of the Capitol and Supreme Court, sketch in the National Gallery of Art, and reflect on this memorable experience.
Journaling with Theodore Roosevelt, Smithsonian Museums, and a theater date that's Shear Madness.
Foote students discover themselves not only as scholars and thinkers, but as citizens and human beings.
Foote is a diverse community where students are taught to recognize and respect individual differences.
Our inquiry-based approach makes learning an active experience for students.
Service learning projects teach students to step beyond themselves and develop empathy and understanding.
Foote nurtures children's natural curiosity into a lifelong love of learning.
We teach students to view setbacks as speed bumps on the path to greater knowledge.