01938 Public School

Find 01938 public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher-student ratios.


Ipswich High School 134 High Street Ipswich MA 01938 978-356-3137


Ipswich Middle School 130 High Street Ipswich MA 01938 978-356-3535

Paul F Doyon Memorial School 216 Linebrook Road Ipswich MA 01938 978-356-5506

Winthrop Charter School 65 Central Street Ipswich MA 01938 978-356-2976

Pine Grove Area High School 191 Main Street Rowley MA 01969 2.8 miles from 01938 978-948-2520

Miles River Middle School 787 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 3.7 miles from 01938 978-468-0362

Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School 775 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 3.8 miles from 01938 978-468-0400

Essex Elementary School 12 Story Street Essex MA 01929 4.5 miles from 01938 978-768-7324

Cutler School 237 Asbury Street Hamilton MA 01982 4.7 miles from 01938 978-468-5330

Steward Elementary School 261 Perkins Row Topsfield MA 01983 4.9 miles from 01938 978-887-1538

Winthrop School 325 Bay Road Hamilton MA 01982 5.0 miles from 01938 978-468-5340

Triton Regional High School 112 Elm Street Newbury MA 01922 5.6 miles from 01938 978-462-8171

Triton Regional Middle School 112 Elm Street Newbury MA 01922 5.6 miles from 01938 978-463-5845

Buker Elementary School 1 School Street Wenham MA 01984 5.6 miles from 01938 978-468-5324

Proctor Elementary School 60 Main Street Topsfield MA 01983 6.3 miles from 01938 978-887-1530

Centerville Elementary 17 Hull Street Beverly MA 01915 7.2 miles from 01938 978-921-6120

North Beverly Elementary School 48 Putnam Street Beverly MA 01915 7.4 miles from 01938 978-921-6130

Penn Brook School 68 Elm Street Georgetown MA 01833 7.5 miles from 01938 978-352-5785

Newbury High School 63 Hanover Street Newbury MA 01951 7.5 miles from 01938 978-465-5353

Masconomet Regional High School 20 Endicott Road Boxford MA 01921 7.7 miles from 01938 978-887-2323

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