Mount Greylock Regional School

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Mount Greylock Regional School
Address
1781 Cold Spring Rd
Williamstown, Massachusetts
United States
Coordinates 42°40′15″N 73°14′28″W / 42.67083°N 73.24111°W / 42.67083; -73.24111Coordinates: 42°40′15″N 73°14′28″W / 42.67083°N 73.24111°W / 42.67083; -73.24111
Information
Type Public high and middle school
Open enrollment[1]
School district Mount Greylock Regional School District, Williamstown-Lanesborough Public Schools
NCES District ID 2508160
NCES School ID 250816001273[2]
Faculty 100
Grades 7–12
Enrollment 550
Student to teacher ratio 5.5:1
Campus type Rural: fringe
Color(s) Red & White
Team name Mounties
Average SAT scores 620 verbal
604 math
1224 total (2016-2017)[3]
Budget $10,929,680 total
$18,372 per pupil
(2016)[4]
Communities served
Feeder schools Lanesborough Elementary School, Williamstown Elementary School, Hancock Elementary School
Information (413) 458-2856
State ID 07150505

Mount Greylock Regional School (MGRS) is a public middle school and high school in Williamstown, Massachusetts in the foothills of Mount Greylock. It is part of the Williamstown-Lanesborough Public Schools.[5] The school is located on the site of a former airport in South Williamstown. MGRS serves the communities of Williamstown, Lanesborough, New Ashford and Hancock. Its feeders are Lanesborough Elementary School, Williamstown Elementary School, Hancock Elementary School. The school has a chapter of National Honor Society. Mount Greylock is a Title I school and is eligible for federal financial assistance through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. In 2014 students had average SAT scores of 554 out of 800 for verbal, 547 out of 800 for math, 534 out of 800 for writing, for an average total of 1635.[6] In 2013 the school had total expenditures of US$11,039,055, spending US$18,688 per pupil.[7]

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