South Shore Charter Public School

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South Shore Charter Public School
100 Longwater Circle

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Coordinates42°9′24.3″N 70°52′53.7″W / 42.156750°N 70.881583°W / 42.156750; -70.881583
School typePublic
PrincipalAngie Pepin
Number of students927 (2017-2018)[1]

The South Shore Charter Public School (SSCPS) is a public charter school located in Norwell, Massachusetts. It moved to a larger building in 2004. SSCPS serves students from grades K-12. The K-12 system is divided as follows: Level I (K-2), Level II (3-4), Level III (5-6), Level IV (7-8), and High School (9-12).

The school (founded in 1995) formerly operated under the name of "South Shore Charter School" and was divided into three different grade based locations along the shore of Nantasket Beach in Hull, Massachusetts prior to moving in 2004 where upon the move, all 3 entities unified into 1 school.

To become a student of the school, one must apply and be selected in a lottery process. Spots that have the most attention are generally in the lower grades whereas high school (especially 11th and 12th grade) generally has the shortest waiting list for new students.


South Shore Charter School (SSCS, Hull) (1995–2004)

South Shore Charter Public School (SSCPS, Norwell) (2004–present)


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