01950 Public School

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Francis T Bresnahan Elementary School 333 High Street Newburyport MA 01950 978-465-4431

George W Brown School 40 Milk Street Newburyport MA 01950 978-465-4435

Molin Upper Elementary School 70 Low Street Newburyport MA 01950 978-463-8212

Newburyport High School 241 High Street Newburyport MA 01950 978-465-4440

River Valley Charter School 2 Perry Way Newburyport MA 01950 978-465-0065

Rupert A Nock Middle School 70 Low Street Newburyport MA 01950 978-465-4447

Newbury High School 63 Hanover Street Newbury MA 01951 1.8 miles from 01950 978-465-5353

Salisbury Elementary School 100 Lafayette Road Salisbury MA 01952 3.2 miles from 01950 978-463-5852

Amesbury Middle School 220 Main Street Amesbury MA 01913 3.2 miles from 01950 978-388-0515

Dr John C Page School 694 Main Street West Newbury MA 01985 3.6 miles from 01950 978-363-2672

Amesbury High School 5 Highland Street Amesbury MA 01913 3.7 miles from 01950 978-388-4800

Amesbury Academy Charter Public School 71 Friend Street Amesbury MA 01913 3.8 miles from 01950 978-388-8462

Charles C Cashman Elem School 193 Lions Mouth Road Amesbury MA 01913 4.2 miles from 01950 978-388-4407

Amesbury Elementary School 20 South Hampton Road Amesbury MA 01913 4.2 miles from 01950 978-388-0507

Triton Regional High School 112 Elm Street Newbury MA 01922 4.9 miles from 01950 978-462-8171

Triton Regional Middle School 112 Elm Street Newbury MA 01922 4.9 miles from 01950 978-463-5845

Seabrook Elementary School 236 Walton Road Seabrook NH 03874 5.0 miles from 01950 603-474-2252

Seabrook Middle School 236 Walton Road Seabrook NH 03874 5.0 miles from 01950 603-474-9221

Helen R Donaghue School 24 Union Street Ext Merrimac MA 01860 5.8 miles from 01950 978-346-8921

Barnard School 219 Main Avenue South Hampton NH 03827 6.1 miles from 01950 603-394-7744

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