Living in Mystic, Connecticut

About Mystic, CT

First settled in the 17th century, Mystic, Connecticut has been a crossroads for the curious for nearly 350 years. Today, it is a thriving community with the types of services one expects to find in a place where thousands live, work and play every day. For complete demographic information, visit CERC here.


P.O. Box K 49, Groton, CT 06340

Phone: 1-860-572-2100

Fax: 1-860-572-2107

To register a new student you must bring:

  • Shot and medical records

  • Birth Certificate

  • All School Records

  • Physical (Will waive if you have a signed by a doctor within the past year.) You have 6 weeks to conduct the physical.

North Stonington Rd., P.O. Box 479, Old Mystic, CT 06372

Phone: 1-860-572-0506

Fax: -1-860-5721470

To register a new student you must bring:

  • Birth Certificate - for Kindergarten only

  • Physical and shot record

  • School records

* call the individual schools for further information

Private Schools

Montessori Discovery School

218 Dudley Street, Norwich, CT 06360


Pine Point

89 Barnes Road, Stonington, CT 06378


St. Michael's School

63 Liberty Street, Pawcatuck, CT 06379

Phone: 860.599.1084

The Williams School

182 Mohegan Ave., New London, CT 06320


State Schools

Ella T. Grasso - Southeastern Technical High School

189 Fort Hill Rd., Groton, CT 06340

Phone: 860-448-0220


Resources & GMCC Economic Partners

Town of Groton 860-446-5995 or visit to determine your location

City of Groton 860-446-4102

Town of Stonington 860-535-5050

The Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce is your first stop for referrals and information. Come see us for statistics and referrals. Meet with SCORE in our conference room.

seCTer ( Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region) is dedicated to strengthening our local economy and can help with marketing and business development.

CERC (Connecticut Economic Resource Center) has town based statistics and research services, marketing services, and economic development services. Click here for Town Profiles & Statistics

UCONN Small Business Development Center can meet with you and help you navigate as you investigate starting a business in our region.

Step Up is a Subsidized Training and Employment Program - your company may be eligible for incentive programs for hiring certain candidates.

PTAP is Procurement Technical Assistance Program - Your company could match the government's needs - reserch a government contract availability and qualifications through this SECTer sponsored program.