01904 Public School

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Edward A Sisson School 58 Conomo Avenue Lynn MA 01904 781-477-7455

Lynn Woods School 31 Trevett Avenue Lynn MA 01904 781-477-7433

Pickering Middle School 70 Conomo Avenue Lynn MA 01904 781-477-7440

Shoemaker School 26 Regina Road Lynn MA 01904 781-477-7450

Sewell-Anderson School 25 Ontario Street Lynn MA 01905 1.4 miles from 01904 781-477-7444

Captain Samuel Brown 150 Lynn Street Peabody MA 01960 1.6 miles from 01904 978-531-1600

Tracy Elementary School 35 Walnut Street Lynn MA 01905 1.6 miles from 01904 781-477-7466

Breed Middle School 90 Ocallaghan Way Lynn MA 01905 1.7 miles from 01904 781-477-7330

Lincoln-Thomson School 115 Gardiner Street Lynn MA 01905 1.7 miles from 01904 781-477-7460

Lynnhurst School 10 Elm Street Saugus MA 01906 1.8 miles from 01904 781-231-5079

Julia F Callahan School 200 Ocallaghan Way Lynn MA 01905 1.9 miles from 01904 781-477-7340

Lynn English High School 50 Goodridge Street Lynn MA 01902 1.9 miles from 01904 781-477-7366

Lynn Classical High School 235 Ocallaghan Way Lynn MA 01905 1.9 miles from 01904 781-477-7404

Robert L Ford School 49 Hollingsworth Street Lynn MA 01902 2.0 miles from 01904 781-477-7375

South Metro Psychoeducational Program School 16 Maple Street Extension Peabody MA 01960 2.0 miles from 01904 978-536-5700

Hood Elementary 24 Oakwood Avenue Lynn MA 01902 2.0 miles from 01904 781-477-7390

Cobbet Elementary School 40 Franklin Street Lynn MA 01902 2.1 miles from 01904 781-477-7341

A Drewicz Elementary School 34 Hood Street Lynn MA 01905 2.2 miles from 01904 781-477-7350

Wm P Connery School 50 Elm Street Lynn MA 01905 2.3 miles from 01904 781-477-7344

Aborn Elementary School 409 Eastern Avenue Lynn MA 01902 2.3 miles from 01904 781-477-7320

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