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Beeman Memorial School 138 Cherry Street Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9825
East Goshen Elementary School 8 Davis Street Ext Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9830
Gloucester Community Arts Charter School 2 Blackburn Drive Gloucester MA 01930 978-865-9901
Gloucester High School 32 Leslie O Johnson Road Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9870
Milton L Olive Middle School 4 School House Road Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9840
Plum Cove School 15 Hickory Street Gloucester MA 01930 978-282-3030
Ralph B O'Maley Middle School 32 Cherry Street Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9850
Veterans Memorial Elementary 11 Webster Street Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9820
West Park Charter Academy 10 Concord St Gloucester MA 01930 978-281-9835
Rockport Elementary School 34 Jerdens Lane Rockport MA 01966 4.1 miles from 01930 978-546-1220
Rockport Middle School 26 Jerdens Lane Rockport MA 01966 4.1 miles from 01930 978-546-1250
Rockport High School 24 Jerdens Lane Rockport MA 01966 4.1 miles from 01930 978-546-1234
Manchester Memorial Elementary School 43 Lincoln Street Manchester-by-the-Sea MA 01944 5.0 miles from 01930 978-526-1908
Manchester Essex Regional High School 36 Lincoln Street Manchester-by-the-Sea MA 01944 5.0 miles from 01930 978-526-4412
Manchester Essex Regional Middle School 36 Lincoln Street Manchester-by-the-Sea MA 01944 5.0 miles from 01930 978-526-2022
Essex Elementary School 12 Story Street Essex MA 01929 5.6 miles from 01930 978-768-7324
Miles River Middle School 787 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 8.5 miles from 01930 978-468-0362
Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School 775 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 8.5 miles from 01930 978-468-0400
Centerville Elementary 17 Hull Street Beverly MA 01915 8.6 miles from 01930 978-921-6120
Winthrop Charter School 65 Central Street Ipswich MA 01938 9.1 miles from 01930 978-356-2976
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