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Captain Samuel Brown 150 Lynn Street Peabody MA 01960 978-531-1600
Center School 18 Irving Street Peabody MA 01960 978-536-5475
J Henry Higgins Middle School 1 King Street Ext Peabody MA 01960 978-536-4800
John E McCarthy School 76 Lake Street Peabody MA 01960 978-536-5625
Peabody Veterans Memorial High School 485 Lowell Street Peabody MA 01960 978-536-4500
South Metro Psychoeducational Program School 16 Maple Street Extension Peabody MA 01960 978-536-5700
Thomas Carroll Elementary School 60 Northend Street Peabody MA 01960 978-536-4200
West Memorial Junior High School 15 Bow Street Peabody MA 01960 978-536-5850
William A Welch Sr School 50 Swampscott Avenue Peabody MA 01960 978-536-5775
Highlands County Hospital/Homebound Program School 190 Hobart Street Danvers MA 01923 2.1 miles from 01960 978-774-5011
Shoemaker School 26 Regina Road Lynn MA 01904 2.2 miles from 01960 781-477-7450
Lynn Woods School 31 Trevett Avenue Lynn MA 01904 2.6 miles from 01960 781-477-7433
Great Oak High School 76 Pickering Street Danvers MA 01923 2.7 miles from 01960 978-774-2533
Lynnfield Preschool 525 Salem Street Lynnfield MA 01940 2.8 miles from 01960 781-581-5140
Witchcraft Heights School 1 Frederick Street Salem MA 01970 2.8 miles from 01960 978-740-1271
Huckleberry Hill Elementary School 5 Knoll Road Lynnfield MA 01940 2.8 miles from 01960 781-334-5835
Riverside Academy 95 Liberty Street Danvers MA 01923 2.9 miles from 01960 978-774-5010
Holten Richmond Middle School 55 Conant Street Danvers MA 01923 3.1 miles from 01960 978-774-8590
Lynnfield High School 275 Essex Street Lynnfield MA 01940 3.2 miles from 01960 781-334-5820
Bates Academy 53 Liberty Hill Avenue Salem MA 01970 3.3 miles from 01960 978-740-1250
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