02180 Public School

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Central A&M Middle School 36 Pomeworth Street Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3860

Colonial Park School 30 Avalon Road Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3890

Robin Hood School 70 Oak St Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3870

South Adams Elementary School 11 Summer St Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3880

Stoneham High School 149 Franklin Street Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3810

Stoneham Middle School 101 Central Street Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-3840

Roosevelt Elementary School 253 Vinton Street Melrose MA 02176 1.4 miles from 02180 781-979-2270

Goodyear Elementary School 41 Central Street Woburn MA 01801 1.4 miles from 02180 781-937-8237

Greenwood Colony Elementary School 1030 Main Street Wakefield MA 01880 1.7 miles from 02180 781-246-6460

Melrose High School 360 Lynn Fells Parkway Melrose MA 02176 1.8 miles from 02180 781-979-2200

Melrose Park Elementary School 350 Lynn Fells Parkway Melrose MA 02176 1.8 miles from 02180 781-979-2100

Muraco Elementary School 33 Bates Road Winchester MA 01890 1.9 miles from 02180 781-721-7030

Early Childhood Center 16 Franklin Street Melrose MA 02176 1.9 miles from 02180 781-979-2260

Lincoln Alternative High School 80 West Wyoming Avenue Melrose MA 02176 2.0 miles from 02180 781-979-2251

Horace Mann Elc School 40 Damon Avenue Melrose MA 02176 2.1 miles from 02180 781-979-2191

Shamrock Colony Elementary School 60 Green Street Woburn MA 01801 2.2 miles from 02180 781-937-8241

Winchester High School 80 Skillings Road Winchester MA 01890 2.3 miles from 02180 781-721-7020

Galvin Middle School 525 Main Street Wakefield MA 01880 2.3 miles from 02180 781-246-6410

Malcolm White School 36 Bow Street Woburn MA 01801 2.3 miles from 02180 781-937-8242

Woburn High School 88 Montvale Avenue Woburn MA 01801 2.4 miles from 02180 781-937-8210

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