03076 Public School

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Pelham Elementary School 61 Marsh Road Pelham NH 03076 603-635-8875

Pelham High School 85 Marsh Road Pelham NH 03076 603-635-2115

Pelham Memorial School 59 Marsh Road Pelham NH 03076 603-635-2321

Pelham Preschool 61 Marsh Road Pelham NH 03076 603-635-1145

Golden Brook School 112 Lowell Road Windham NH 03087 3.4 miles from 03076 603-898-9586

Windham Middle School 112 Lowell Road Windham NH 03087 3.4 miles from 03076 603-893-2636

George H Englesby Intermediate School 1580 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 3.8 miles from 03076 978-957-9745

Lakeview Middle School 1570 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 3.9 miles from 03076 978-957-3330

Dracut Senior High School 1540 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 3.9 miles from 03076 978-957-1500

Brookside Intermediate School 1560 Lakeview Avenue Dracut MA 01826 4.0 miles from 03076 978-957-0716

Tyngsborough Middle School 50 Norris Road Tyngsboro MA 01879 4.3 miles from 03076 978-649-3115

Tyngsborough High School 36 Norris Road Tyngsboro MA 01879 4.4 miles from 03076 978-649-7571

Parker Elementary School 77 Parker Avenue Dracut MA 01826 4.4 miles from 03076 978-957-3102

Windham High School 64 London Bridge Road Windham NH 03087 4.5 miles from 03076 603-537-2400

Greenmont Avenue School 37 Greenmont Avenue Dracut MA 01826 4.5 miles from 03076 978-453-1797

Nottingham West Elementary School 10 Pelham Road Hudson NH 03051 4.6 miles from 03076 603-595-1570

Hudson Middle School 1 Memorial Drive Hudson NH 03051 5.0 miles from 03076 603-886-1240

Windham Preschool 21 Haverhill Road Windham NH 03087 5.0 miles from 03076 603-537-9737

Windham Center School 2 Lowell Road Windham NH 03087 5.1 miles from 03076 603-432-7312

S Christa Mcauliffe Elementary School 570 Beacon Street Lowell MA 01850 5.2 miles from 03076 978-937-2838

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