David Farragut School
The David G. Farragut School, also known as The Farragut School, was a public elementary school located at 10 Fenwood Road, in the Mission Hill district of Boston, Massachusetts, just off of Huntington Avenue. The school was located near the Brigham Circle trolley-train stop on the "E" branch of the MBTA's Green Line and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
The Farragut School opened in early 1904 and closed in 2011 amidst a restructuring of the Boston Public Schools. At the time of its closure, the school served students from Kindergarten through Grade 5 and had around 15 teachers overseeing 230 students. The school served an approximate population of more than 25,000 people.
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