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Albert D Lawton Intermediate 104 Maple Street Essex Junction VT 05452 802-878-1388
Essex Community Education Center UHSD #46 2 Educational Drive Essex Junction VT 05452 802-857-7000
Essex Elementary School 1 Bixby Hill Road Essex VT 05452 802-878-2584
Essex Middle School 60 Founders Road Essex VT 05452 802-879-7173
Founders Memorial School 33 Founders Road Essex VT 05452 802-879-6326
Hiawatha School 30 Hiawatha Avenue Essex VT 05452 802-878-1384
Summit Street School 17 Summit Street Essex VT 05452 802-878-1377
The Center For Technology - Essex 2 Educational Drive Essex VT 05452 802-879-5558
Thomas Fleming School 21 Prospect Street Essex VT 05452 802-878-1381
Jericho Elementary School 90 Vermont 15 Jericho VT 05465 3.7 miles from 05452 802-899-2272
Browns River Middle School USD #17 20 River Rd Jericho VT 05465 3.9 miles from 05452 802-899-3711
Mt Mansfield USD #17 School 211 Browns Trace Rd Jericho VT 05465 3.9 miles from 05452 802-899-4690
Underhill Graded School 10 River Rd Jericho VT 05465 3.9 miles from 05452 802-899-4680
Westford Elementary School 146 Brookside Road Westford VT 05494 4.7 miles from 05452 802-878-5932
Malletts Bay School Blakely Rd Colchester VT 05446 4.8 miles from 05452 802-264-5900
Woodside Middle School 26 Woodside Drive Colchester VT 05446 5.3 miles from 05452 802-655-4990
Union Middle School 253 Main Street Colchester VT 05446 5.4 miles from 05452 802-878-2117
Williston School 195 Central School Drive Williston VT 05495 6.9 miles from 05452 802-878-2762
Winooski High School 80 Normand Street Winooski VT 05404 6.9 miles from 05452 802-655-3530
JF Kennedy Elementary School 70 Normand Street Winooski VT 05404 6.9 miles from 05452 802-655-0411
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