Worcester Public Schools

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Worcester Public Schools[1][2]
Type and location
Type Public
Grades K-12
Country United States
Location Worcester, Massachusetts
District information
Superintendent Melinda J. Boone
Schools 44
Budget $299.6 million (2010–11)
Students and staff
Students 23,000+
Teachers 1873
Other information
NCES ID: 2513230
Website http://www.worcesterschools.org

Worcester Public Schools (WPS) is a school district serving the city of Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.

Leadership[edit]

The district is led by a Superintendent, hired by the seven-member Worcester School Committee. Dr. Melinda Boone has served as Superintendent since July 2009.[3]

Schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Burncoat Middle School
  • Forest Grove Middle School
  • Dr. Arthur F. Sullivan Middle School
  • Worcester East Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Belmont Street Community School
  • Burncoat Street Preparatory School
  • Canterbury Magnet Computer-Based School
  • Chandler Elementary Community School
  • Chandler Magnet School
  • City View Discovery School
  • Clark Street Developmental Learning School
  • Columbus Park Preparatory Academy
  • Elm Park Community School
  • Flagg Street School
  • Francis J. McGrath Elementary School
  • Gates Lane School
  • Goddard School of Science and Technology
  • Grafton Street School
  • Heard Street Discovery Academy
  • Jacob Hiatt Magnet School
  • Lake View School
  • Lincoln Street School
  • May Street School
  • Midland Street School
  • Nelson Place School
  • Norrback Avenue School
  • Quinsigamond School
  • Roosevelt School
  • Tatnuck Magnet School
  • Thorndyke Road School
  • Union Hill School
  • Vernon Hill School
  • Wawecus Road School
  • West Tatnuck School
  • Worcester Arts Magnet School

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Worcester Public Schools Annual Budget". June 1, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-31. 
  2. ^ Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education profile
  3. ^ "Melinda J. Boone". The Broad Superintendents Academy. Retrieved 2010-10-31. 

External links[edit]