01742 Public School

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


Concord Carlisle High School 500 Walden Street Concord MA 01742 978-318-1400

Concord Middle School 835 Old Marlboro Road Concord MA 01742 978-318-1380

Thoreau Demonstration Academy 29 Prairie Street Concord MA 01742 978-318-1300

Willard Central Elementary School 185 Powder Mill Road Concord MA 01742 978-318-1340

Luther Conant School 80 Taylor Road Acton MA 01720 3.8 miles from 01742 978-266-2550

Lincoln School 6 Ballfield Road Lincoln MA 01773 3.9 miles from 01742 781-259-9404

Josiah Haynes School 169 Haynes Road Sudbury MA 01776 4.1 miles from 01742 978-443-1093

John Glenn Middle School Of International Studies 99 McMahon Road Bedford MA 01730 4.4 miles from 01742 781-275-3201

Carlisle School 83 School Street Carlisle MA 01741 4.5 miles from 01742 978-369-4102

Bedford High School 9 Mudge Way Bedford MA 01730 4.5 miles from 01742 781-275-1700

Hanscom Middle School 6 Ent Road Hanscom AFB MA 01731 4.5 miles from 01742 781-274-0050

Hanscom Primary School 6 Ent Road Hanscom AFB MA 01731 4.5 miles from 01742 781-274-7721

McCarthy-Towne School 11 Charter Road Acton MA 01720 4.6 miles from 01742 978-264-4700

Lt Elezer Davis School 410 Davis Rd Bedford MA 01730 4.9 miles from 01742 781-275-6804

Lt Job Lane School 66 Sweetwater Ave Bedford MA 01730 4.9 miles from 01742 781-275-7606

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School 390 Lincoln Road Sudbury MA 01776 4.9 miles from 01742 978-443-9961

Maynard High School 1 Tiger Drive Maynard MA 01754 5.3 miles from 01742 978-897-8891

General John Nixon Elementary School 472 Concord Road Sudbury MA 01776 5.3 miles from 01742 978-443-1080

Minuteman Regional High School 758 Marrett Road Lexington MA 02421 5.3 miles from 01742 781-861-6500

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