19709 Public School

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Appoquinimink Early Childhood Center 502 South Broad Street Middletown DE 19709 302-376-4400

Appoquinimink High School 1080 Bunker Hill Road Middletown DE 19709 302-449-3840

Brick Mill Elementary School 378 Brick Mill Road Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5288

Bunker Hill Elementary School 1070 Bunker Hill Road Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5135

Cedar Lane Early Childhood Center 1221 Cedar Lane Road Middletown DE 19709 302-449-5873

Cedar Lane Elementary School 1259 Cedar Lane Road Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5045

Meredith Middle School 504 South Broad Street Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5001

Middletown High School 120 Silver Lake Road Middletown DE 19709 302-376-4141

Mot Charter School 1156 Levels Road Middletown DE 19709 302-376-5125

Redding Middle School 201 New Street Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5030

Silver Lake Elementary School 200 East Cochran Street Middletown DE 19709 302-378-5023

St Georges Technical High School 555 Hyett's Corner Road Middletown DE 19709 302-449-3360

Waters Middle School 1235 Cedar Lane Road Middletown DE 19709 302-449-3490

Old State Elementary School 118 South 6th Street Odessa DE 19730 2.8 miles from 19709 302-376-4128

Bedford Middle School 801 Cox Neck Road New Castle DE 19720 5.3 miles from 19709 302-832-6280

Southern Elementary School 795 Cox Neck Road New Castle DE 19720 5.5 miles from 19709 302-832-6300

Loss Elementary School 200 Brennan Boulevard Bear DE 19701 5.8 miles from 19709 302-832-1343

Wilbur Elementary School 4050 Wrangle Hill Road Bear DE 19701 6.1 miles from 19709 302-832-6330

Townsend Elementary School 126 Main Street Townsend DE 19734 6.9 miles from 19709 302-378-5020

Townsend Early Childhood Center 10 Brook Ramble Lane Townsend DE 19734 6.9 miles from 19709 302-378-9960

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