All My Sons is Your Professional Mover in Connecticut Whether you have been a long-time resident, or moving to Connecticut for the first time, your friendly movers here All My Sons Moving & Storage would like to assist you with your move in any way we can. You will find that the communities within Connecticut have a lot to offer. With everything from local education and environmentally-friendly policies and programs, to events and activities for all ages, you can not go wrong.
The first day of school is a nervy, butterflies-in-your-stomach kind of morning for everyone. Starting a new grade or moving to a new school can be frightening and finding the right school can be tough. Your friends here at All My Sons Moving & Storage would like to assist in finding the right schools for you and your family.
Colebrook Consolidated Elementary School serves Pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade and is the number one Elementary School in Connecticut. Middlesex Middle School serves sixth through ninth grade, and like Colebrook Consolidated Elementary, it is the number one middle school in Connecticut and like both Colebrook and Middlesex, Staples High School is the number one High school in Connecticut. Actor Christopher Lloyd graduated from Staples in 1957. Film director Luke Greenfield graduated in 1990 and has since returned to film two of his projects on the campus of Staples High. Both of which are well known movies, “The Animal” and “The Girl Next Door”. Staples High School has won many awards for their main-stage productions, including numerous Moss Hart awards. When students graduate, some of them continue to further their education. As Connecticut’s most important public institution of higher learning, the University of Connecticut offers nationally ranked academic programs such as Animal Science, Audiology, Bio Chemistry, and Engineering. University of Phoenix offers courses on Business Management, Education, and Teaching. Connecticut is also home to Yale University, the third oldest institution in the United States for higher education and is also a member of the Ivy League. When it comes to education, Connecticut has a lot to offer.
When moving to or within Connecticut, education is just one area of what the communities have to offer. When it comes to small local businesses and large Fortune 500 companies, Connecticut does not fall short. Connecticut is home to eleven Fortune 500 companies. Among the eleven is General Electric, manufacturing everything from jet engines to power generation. General Electric developed the first American jet engine and just recently in 2007 created the first Hybrid Locomotive. Also among the eleven Fortune 500 companies is Xerox. Xerox is home to the first one-piece plain paper photo copier, the first desk top plain paper copier, and in 1969 created the first laser printer.
Whether you are traveling on business or getting ready to go on vacation, Connecticut has two major Airports that will get you where you want to go. Bradley International Airport and Tweed-New Haven Airport and between the two, they service the entire state of Connecticut. If you are looking to move into a new home, Century 21, Re/Max, and Caldwell Banker are the three major realtors in the community. If you are looking for early retirement, Church Homes Incorporated owns and operates two highly regarded retirement communities in Connecticut, Avery Heights in Hartford and Noble Horizons in Salisbury. Whether you are relocating for a new job, relocating your office, or just looking to go into early retirement, All My Sons Moving & Storage is here to help.