Fairfield Prep students come to our campus from more than 50 towns throughout Fairfield and New Haven counties. With students coming from as far west as Greenwich and beyond, from as far east as Madison, and as far north as Newtown, Bethel and Ridgefield, Fairfield Prep's student body is geographically diverse. Our starting time of 8:35 a.m. affords students sufficient time to get to campus to start the school day on time.
- The first bus begins at the bus yard at 41 Village Lane, Bethany CT. It makes the following stops:
- Shelton Pizza Palace, 539 Howe Ave., Shelton
- Rite Aid Lot at Route 25 and Route 59 Easton/Monroe (435 Main St, Monroe, CT 06468)
- Trumbull Public Library, 33 Quality St., Trumbull
- The Ridgefield/Wilton bus begins at the Jesse Lee Church, 207 Main St., Ridgefield, and then makes a stop at the Wilton Public Library,137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton.
The non-refundable cost of the bus is $1,000 per student. Sign up is on a “first come, first served” basis. Please complete the 2019-2020 Bus Service Agreement Form to register.
Throughout the year, questions regarding bus service should be directed to Colleen Keltos, Dean of Operations.
Commuting by Train
For any student living within easy access to Metro-North Railroad, commuting by train is easy, quick and convenient. Each day approximately 200 Prep students commute by train. Commuting by train is also cost effective, as Metro-North has a very reasonable system of fares in place for monthly student commuter tickets. Students who commute from towns east of New Haven can take Shoreline East to Union Station where they can transfer to Metro-North to take the train to Fairfield.
Fairfield Prep provides shuttle bus transportation back and forth from campus to the Fairfield Railroad Station. The bus makes several runs between campus and the station in the morning and in the afternoon. Students who stay at Prep past the time of the last shuttle run may take the Fairfield University shuttle, which makes runs every hour on the hour from the Barone Campus Center well into the evening (it is also not an uncommon sight to see Prep students walking the approximately one-mile distance from campus to the train station).
Town of Fairfield Buses
The Town of Fairfield provides busing to Fairfield residents who attend Fairfield Prep.
This information is posted in the front office of Prep at the beginning of each school year.
Commuting by Carpool
For students who don't live within easy access to Metro-North carpooling is the preferred means of transportation. Prep has partnered with CarpoolToSchool allowing for parents to coordinate on carpooling students to come to Prep.