02302 Public School

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Ashfield Middle School 225 Coe Road Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7268

Brookfield Elementary School 135 Jon Drive Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7257

Downey Elementary School 55 Electric Avenue Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7221

East Middle School 464 Centre Street Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7351

Edgar Elementary School 380 Plain Street Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7360

Gilmore School Early Childhood Center 150 Clinton Street Brockton MA 02302 508-580-7685

Joseph F Plouffe Academy 250 Crescent Street Brockton MA 02302 508-849-4301

Mary E Baker School 45 Quincy Street Brockton MA 02302 508-894-4427

Louis F Angelo Elementary School 472 North Main Street Brockton MA 02301 1.2 miles from 02302 508-894-4501

B.B. Russell Alternative School 175 Warren Avenue Brockton MA 02301 1.3 miles from 02302 508-580-7033

Brockton Champion High School 175 Warren Avenue Brockton MA 02301 1.3 miles from 02302 508-894-4377

Goddard Alternative School 20 Union Street Brockton MA 02301 1.4 miles from 02302 508-580-7203

Dr W Arnone Community School 135 Belmont Street Brockton MA 02301 1.5 miles from 02302 508-894-4440

North Middle School 108 Oak Street Brockton MA 02301 1.8 miles from 02302 508-580-7371

Oscar F Raymond School 125 Oak Street Brockton MA 02301 1.9 miles from 02302 508-580-7364

Huntington Beach High School 1121 Warren Avenue Brockton MA 02301 2.1 miles from 02302 508-580-7235

South Middle School 105 Keith Avenue Brockton MA 02301 2.2 miles from 02302 508-580-7311

Manthala George Junior School 180 Colonel Bell Drive Brockton MA 02301 2.2 miles from 02302 508-580-7913

Whitman School 101 Corthell Avenue Whitman MA 02382 2.3 miles from 02302 781-618-7035

Louise A Conley School 100 Forest Street Whitman MA 02382 2.4 miles from 02302 781-618-7050

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