01970 Public School

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Bates Academy 53 Liberty Hill Avenue Salem MA 01970 978-740-1250


Bentley Elementary School 25 Memorial Drive Salem MA 01970 978-740-1260

Carlton Elementary School 10 Skerry Street Salem MA 01970 978-740-1280

Collins - Parr Elementary School 29 Highland Avenue Salem MA 01970 978-740-1191

Horace Mann Middle School 33 Loring Avenue Salem MA 01970 978-542-6220

Nathaniel Bowditch School 79 Willson Street Salem MA 01970 978-740-1290

Salem Academy Charter School 45 Congress Street Salem MA 01970 978-744-2105

Salem Early Childhood School 25 Memorial Drive Salem MA 01970 978-740-1221

Salem High School 77 Willson Street Salem MA 01970 978-740-1123

Saltonstall School 160 Federal Street Salem MA 01970 978-740-1297

LH Coffin School 1 Turner Road Marblehead MA 01945 1.2 miles from 01970 781-639-3180

Marblehead Community Charter Public School 17 Lime Street Marblehead MA 01945 1.4 miles from 01970 781-631-0777

Village School 93 Village Street Marblehead MA 01945 1.5 miles from 01970 781-639-3159

Elbridge Gerry School 50 Elm Street Marblehead MA 01945 1.6 miles from 01970 781-639-3185

Marblehead Veterans Middle School 217 Pleasant Street Marblehead MA 01945 1.9 miles from 01970 781-639-3120

Malcolm L Bell School 40 Baldwin Road Marblehead MA 01945 1.9 miles from 01970 781-639-3170

Salem Community Charter School 1 Museum Road Beverly MA 01915 2.0 miles from 01970 978-825-3470

Ayers/Ryal Side School 40 Woodland Avenue Beverly MA 01915 2.1 miles from 01970 978-921-6116

Marblehead High School 2 Humphrey Street Marblehead MA 01945 2.2 miles from 01970 781-639-3100

Cove Elementary School 20 Eisenhower Avenue Beverly MA 01915 2.3 miles from 01970 978-921-6121

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