03825 Public School

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Barrington Elementary School 570 Calef Highway Barrington NH 03825 603-664-2641

Barrington Middle School 51 Haley Dr Barrington NH 03825 603-664-2127

Early Childhood Program School 77 Ramsdell Lane Barrington NH 03825 603-664-5586

Gonic School 10 Railroad Avenue Rochester NH 03839 5.1 miles from 03825 603-332-6487

Strafford School 22 Roller Coaster Road Strafford NH 03884 5.8 miles from 03825 603-664-2842

Moharimet School 11 Lee Road Madbury NH 03823 5.9 miles from 03825 603-742-2900

Nottingham Elementary School 245 Stage Road Nottingham NH 03290 6.0 miles from 03825 603-679-5632

McClelland School 59 Brock Street Rochester NH 03867 6.1 miles from 03825 603-332-2180

Rochester Middle School 47 Brock Street Rochester NH 03867 6.1 miles from 03825 603-332-4090

Mast Way Elementary School 23 Mast Road Lee NH 03861 6.4 miles from 03825 603-659-3001

Bud Carlson Academy Rochester School Department Rochester NH 03867 6.5 miles from 03825 603-332-3678

William Allen School 23 Granite Street Rochester NH 03867 6.6 miles from 03825 603-332-2280

Maple Street School 27 Maple Street Rochester NH 03867 6.7 miles from 03825 603-332-6481

Northwood School 511 1st New Hampshire Turnpike Northwood NH 03261 7.0 miles from 03825 603-942-5488

School Street School 13 School Street Rochester NH 03867 7.2 miles from 03825 603-332-6483

Chamberlain Street School 65 Chamberlain Street Rochester NH 03867 7.4 miles from 03825 603-332-5258

Spaulding High School 130 Wakefield Street Rochester NH 03867 7.4 miles from 03825 603-332-0757

Oyster River Middle School 1 Coe Drive Durham NH 03824 7.9 miles from 03825 603-868-2155

Horne Street School 78 Horne Street Dover NH 03820 7.9 miles from 03825 603-516-6756

Woodman Park School 11 Towle Avenue Dover NH 03820 8.0 miles from 03825 603-516-6700

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