01940 Public School

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Huckleberry Hill Elementary School 5 Knoll Road Lynnfield MA 01940 781-334-5835


Lynnfield High School 275 Essex Street Lynnfield MA 01940 781-334-5820

Lynnfield Middle School 505 Main Street Lynnfield MA 01940 781-334-5810

Lynnfield Preschool 525 Salem Street Lynnfield MA 01940 781-581-5140

Summer Street School 262 Summer Street Lynnfield MA 01940 781-334-5830

West Memorial Junior High School 15 Bow Street Peabody MA 01960 1.6 miles from 01940 978-536-5850

Dolbeare School 340 Lowell Street Wakefield MA 01880 1.8 miles from 01940 781-246-6480

John E McCarthy School 76 Lake Street Peabody MA 01960 1.9 miles from 01940 978-536-5625

John E Burke School 127 Birch Street Peabody MA 01960 2.1 miles from 01940 978-531-1600

Walton Academy 18 Davidson Rd Wakefield MA 01880 2.4 miles from 01940 781-246-6494

Woodville School 30 Farm Street Wakefield MA 01880 2.6 miles from 01940 781-246-6469

Northeast Middle School 100 Hemlock Road Wakefield MA 01880 2.7 miles from 01940 781-246-0810

Wakefield Memorial High School 60 Farm Street Wakefield MA 01880 2.7 miles from 01940 781-246-6440

J Warren Killam School 333 Charles Street Reading MA 01867 2.7 miles from 01940 781-944-7831

Galvin Middle School 525 Main Street Wakefield MA 01880 2.8 miles from 01940 781-246-6410

Peabody Veterans Memorial High School 485 Lowell Street Peabody MA 01960 3.3 miles from 01940 978-536-4500

Shoemaker School 26 Regina Road Lynn MA 01904 3.4 miles from 01940 781-477-7450

J Henry Higgins Middle School 1 King Street Ext Peabody MA 01960 3.5 miles from 01940 978-536-4800

LD Batchelder School 175 Park Street North Reading MA 01864 3.5 miles from 01940 978-664-7814

North Reading High School 189 Park Street North Reading MA 01864 3.6 miles from 01940 978-664-7800

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