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Ayers/Ryal Side School 40 Woodland Avenue Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6116
Beverly High School 100 Sohier Road Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6132
Briscoe Middle School 7 Sohier Road Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6103
Centerville Elementary 17 Hull Street Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6120
Cove Elementary School 20 Eisenhower Avenue Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6121
East Area School 502 Cabot Street Beverly MA 01915 978-922-5870
Hannah Elementary School 41 Brimbal Avenue Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6126
North Beverly Elementary School 48 Putnam Street Beverly MA 01915 978-921-6130
Salem Community Charter School 1 Museum Road Beverly MA 01915 978-825-3470
Buker Elementary School 1 School Street Wenham MA 01984 2.8 miles from 01915 978-468-5324
Willis E Thorpe School 1 Avon Road Danvers MA 01923 2.8 miles from 01915 978-774-6946
Bentley Elementary School 25 Memorial Drive Salem MA 01970 2.9 miles from 01915 978-740-1260
Salem Early Childhood School 25 Memorial Drive Salem MA 01970 2.9 miles from 01915 978-740-1221
Carlton Elementary School 10 Skerry Street Salem MA 01970 2.9 miles from 01915 978-740-1280
Riverside Academy 95 Liberty Street Danvers MA 01923 3.0 miles from 01915 978-774-5010
Winthrop School 325 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 3.0 miles from 01915 978-468-5340
Holten Richmond Middle School 55 Conant Street Danvers MA 01923 3.2 miles from 01915 978-774-8590
Bates Academy 53 Liberty Hill Avenue Salem MA 01970 3.2 miles from 01915 978-740-1250
Danvers High School 60 Cabot Road Danvers MA 01923 3.4 miles from 01915 978-777-8925
Cutler School 237 Asbury Street Hamilton MA 01982 3.5 miles from 01915 978-468-5330
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