Applewild School

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Applewild School
Address
120 Prospect Street [1]
Fitchburg [1], Massachusetts [1], 10420 [1]
USA
Coordinates 42°35′34″N 71°48′31″W / 42.5927°N 71.8087°W / 42.5927; -71.8087Coordinates: 42°35′34″N 71°48′31″W / 42.5927°N 71.8087°W / 42.5927; -71.8087
Information
Funding type Private [1]
Religious affiliation(s) Non-sectarian [1]
Founder 1957
NCES School ID 00605141
Head of school Christopher B. Williamson [1]
Staff 20 [2]
Faculty 30 [2]
Grades K-8 [1]
Gender Co-educational [1]
Number of students 200 [1]
Average class size 15 [1]
Student to teacher ratio 6 [1]
Campus size 26 acres
Colour(s) Green and White
Accreditation Association of Independent Schools of New England
Tuition Call School
Affiliations National Association of Independent Schools
Website

Applewild School is an independent, coeducational school centrally located in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Founded in 1957, it has approximately 200 students aged 4 to 15, with a Child Development Center for children 2.9 and older. The average class size is 14 students. The school's motto is "A Belief in the Future."

Applewild School sits on a 26-acre (110,000 m2) campus in the Massachusetts countryside, with seven buildings. The campus is located on a hill next to a Massachusetts Audubon Society wildlife sanctuary (Flat Rock) and abuts the North County Land Trust's Crocker Conservation Land.

The school is accredited by the Association of Independent Schools of New England and belongs to the National Association of Independent Schools.

Campus: Acres: 26

Buildings: 7

Facilities:

Science Labs: 4

Playing Fields: 3

Computer Labs: 3

Laptop Carts: 3

Centers for Woodworking and Shop: 2

Child Development Center: 1 (for children 2.9 and older)

Choral and Instrumental Music Rooms: 2

Libraries: 2

Art Studios: 2

Gymnasiums: 2

Theaters: 2

Ceramics Studio: 1

Summer Swimming Pool: 1

Dining Hall: 1

400-seat professional Performing Arts Center

Interscholastic Teams

Soccer, Field Hockey, Basketball, Lacrosse, and Cross-Country


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "School Overview". Applewild School. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Administration, Faculty and Staff". Applewild School. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 

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