02030 Public School

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Chickering School 29 Cross Street Dover MA 02030 508-785-0480

Dover-Sherborn Regional High School 9 Junction Street Dover MA 02030 508-785-1730

Dover-Sherborn Regional Middle School 155 Farm Street Dover MA 02030 508-785-0635

Memorial School 59 Adams Street Medfield MA 02052 3.0 miles from 02030 508-359-5135

Memorial Elementary School 107 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 3.0 miles from 02030 508-647-6590

Dale Street School 45 Adams Street Medfield MA 02052 3.1 miles from 02030 508-359-5538

Thomas Blake Middle School 24 Pound Street Medfield MA 02052 3.3 miles from 02030 508-359-2396

Medfield Senior High School 88 South Street Medfield MA 02052 3.4 miles from 02030 508-359-8385

High Rock School 77 Ferndale Road Needham MA 02492 3.7 miles from 02030 781-455-0400

Newman Elementary School 1155 Central Avenue Needham MA 02492 3.8 miles from 02030 781-455-0416

Westwood High School 200 Nahatan Street Westwood MA 02090 4.0 miles from 02030 781-326-7500

Pine Hill Education Center 1 Pine Hill Ln Sherborn MA 01770 4.0 miles from 02030 508-655-0630

Ralph Wheelock School 17 Elm Street Medfield MA 02052 4.1 miles from 02030 508-359-6055

Hunnewell School 28 Cameron Street Wellesley MA 02482 4.2 miles from 02030 781-446-6275

Johnson Bayou High School 99 South Main Street Natick MA 01760 4.3 miles from 02030 508-647-6680

Pollard Middle School 200 Harris Avenue Needham MA 02492 4.4 miles from 02030 781-455-0480

George F Willett School 100 Westover Parkway Norwood MA 02062 4.5 miles from 02030 781-762-6805

Natick High School 15 West St Natick MA 01760 4.5 miles from 02030 508-647-6600

Wilson Middle School 22 Rutledge Rd Natick MA 01760 4.5 miles from 02030 508-647-6670

Lilja Elementary School 41 Bacon Street Natick MA 01760 4.6 miles from 02030 508-647-6570

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