01826 Public School

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Brookside Intermediate School 1560 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-957-0716


Dracut Senior High School 1540 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-957-1500

George H Englesby Intermediate School 1580 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-957-9745

Greenmont Avenue School 37 Greenmont Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-453-1797

Joseph A Campbell Elementary School 1021 Methuen Street Dracut MA 01826 978-459-6186

Lakeview Middle School 1570 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-957-3330

Parker Elementary School 77 Parker Avenue Dracut MA 01826 978-957-3102

S Christa Mcauliffe Elementary School 570 Beacon Street Lowell MA 01850 1.4 miles from 01826 978-937-2838

Henry J Robinson Middle School 110 June Street Lowell MA 01850 1.5 miles from 01826 978-937-8974

Greenhalge School 149 Ennell Street Lowell MA 01850 1.6 miles from 01826 978-937-7670

Lowell Junior/Senior High School 50 Father Morissette Boulevard Lowell MA 01852 2.3 miles from 01826 978-937-8900

Charlotte M Murkland Elementary School 350 Adams Street Lowell MA 01854 2.5 miles from 01826 978-937-2826

Joseph Mcavinnue School 131 Mammoth Road Lowell MA 01854 2.6 miles from 01826 978-937-2871

Lowell Elementary School 206 Jackson Street Lowell MA 01852 2.7 miles from 01826 978-323-0800

Bartlett Community Partnership School 79 Wannalancit Street Lowell MA 01854 2.7 miles from 01826 978-937-8968

Kathryn P Stoklosa Middle School 560 Broadway Street Lowell MA 01854 2.8 miles from 01826 978-275-6330

James Sullivan Middle School 150 Draper Street Lowell MA 01852 2.9 miles from 01826 978-937-8993

Moody High School 158 Rogers Street Lowell MA 01852 3.0 miles from 01826 978-937-7673

Lowell School 67 Middle St Lowell MA 01852 3.0 miles from 01826 978-656-3165

Peter W Reilly School 115 Douglas Rd Lowell MA 01852 3.0 miles from 01826 978-937-7652

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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.

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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.