Middlesex County Public School

Find Middlesex County Massachusetts public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools, school districts, boards, systems and PTAs. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.


1LT Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School 25 Union Street Marlborough MA 01752 508-460-3502


Abbot Elementary School 25 Depot Street Westford MA 01886 978-692-5580

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School 300 Chelmsford Street Lowell MA 01851 978-937-2846

Advanced Math & Science Academy 201 Forest Street Marlborough MA 01752 508-597-2400

Alcott Elementary School 93 Laurel Street Concord MA 01742 978-318-9544

Ambrose Elementary School 27 High Street Winchester MA 01890 781-721-7012

Amigos School 101 Kinnaird Street Cambridge MA 02139 617-349-6567

Angier Elementary School 1697 Beacon Street Newton MA 02468 617-559-9300

Arlington High School 869 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington MA 02476 781-316-3590

Arthur W Coolidge Middle School 89 Birch Meadow Drive Reading MA 01867 781-942-9158

Ashby Elementary School 911 Main Street Ashby MA 01431 978-386-7266

Ashland High School 65 East Union Street Ashland MA 01721 508-881-0177

Ashland Middle School 87 West Union Street Ashland MA 01721 508-881-0167

Assabet Valley Vocational High School 215 Fitchburg Street Marlborough MA 01752 508-485-9430

Ayer Shirley Regional Middle School 1 Hospital Rd Shirley MA 01464 978-425-0791

BFButler Middle School 1140 Gorham Street Lowell MA 01852 978-937-8973

Barbieri Elementary School 100 Dudley Road Framingham MA 01702 508-626-9187

Barrows School 16 Edgemont Avenue Reading MA 01867 781-942-9166

Bartlett Community Partnership School 79 Wannalancit Street Lowell MA 01854 978-937-8968

Bedford High School 9 Mudge Way Bedford MA 01730 781-275-1700

How are Public Schools funded?

Public Schools are publicly funded, largely through taxes. Most funding comes from state, county and local sources, with the federal government providing a relatively small share of Public School funding. Some Public Schools may charge fees for specific programs and activities, such as athletics and clubs.

What is "school choice"?

Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

What are Vocational-Technical Schools?

Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.