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Blackstone Valley Tech Class of 2017 Secures Over 200 Individual Scholarships

Sunday, July 23, 2017

 

The Blackstone Valley Tech class of 2017 secured over 200 individual scholarships and awards.

The awards total over $4 million in renewable value.

The following is a list of the scholarships and awards earned by members of the BVT Class of 2017.

BELLINGHAM

 

Alyssa Banks – Anna Maria College (Nursing)

Friends of Rachel Scholarship: $500

Chad A. Holbrook Memorial Citizenship Scholarship: $500

Jayde Gaudet – Westfield State University (Nursing)

Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation Scholarship: $1,000

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $970

Shannon Kelley – Mount Ida College (Veterinary Technology)

Bellingham Business Association Scholarship $1,500

Mt Ida Merit Scholarship $25,000

Autumn Lacharite – Salem State University (Nursing)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $910

Connor Marquez – Northeastern University (Behavioral Neuroscience)

BVT Educational Foundation Scholarship $ 500

Karly Stallworth – Assumption College (Psychology)

James Sochia Memorial Scholarship ‐ Good Citizenship: $1,000

Assumption Grant $4,500

Assumption D'Alzon Scholarship $18,000

Gabriella Zazza

Bellingham Lions Club ‐ Herb Chaplin Memorial Scholarship: $1,500

 

BLACKSTONE

 

Olivia Bouchard – Mount Ida College (Dental Hygiene)

My One Wish Scholarship: $1,000

Mount Ida Merit Scholarship: $20,000

Cameron Desrochers – Military Service (Army M1 Armor Crewman)

Corporal John Dawson Memorial Award: $500

Harrison Diehl – Savannah College of Art and Design (Game Design)

ANP Blackstone Energy Company Scholarship: $500

Waters Corporation Scholarship: $250

Ethan Gariepy – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Mechanical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Andrew Hahn – Plymouth State University (Business Management)

Aspire Scholarship $6,000

Stephanie Konicki – Wentworth Institute of Technology (Interior Design)

ANP Blackstone Energy Company Scholarship: $500

Joelle LaChance – Salve Regina University (Global Business and Economics)

Trustee Scholarship: $14,000

Salve Regina University Grant: $12,300

James Martinelli – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Medical Biology)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Matthew Papineau – Roger Williams University (Historical Preservation)

Clarice Daniels Southwick Memorial Scholarship: $500

Bellingham Lions Club ‐ Joseph Daltorio Memorial Scholarship: $1,500

Samantha Reed – Mount Ida College (Pre Medical Biology)

Mount Ida Merit Scholarship: $23,000

Alex Robeau – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Sociology or Political Science)

Dean Bank Scholarship: $500

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Megan Thibodeau – University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Crime and Justice Studies)

Homefield Credit Union Award: $500

UMass Dartmouth Merit Scholarship: $3,000

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,418

Mackenzie Varieur – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Public Health Sciences)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

 

DOUGLAS

 

Ebhann Brown – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Animation)

Merit Scholarship (MassArt): $1,000

Matthew Keith – Massachusetts Maritime Academy (Emergency Management)

Rita D. Skinner Memorial Scholarship: $200

Liam Kelley – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Undeclared)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Brooke Linnehan – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Biology)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Milford Area Chamber of Commerce ‐ Excellence in Science Scholarship: $1,000

Erik Martus – Drexel University (Video Game Design)

Valley Tech School Committee Academic Award: $ 200

National Merit Scholarship: $1,000

Drexel University: $41,300

Kyle Prince – Employed (Construction Technology)

New England Institute of Technology Senior Scholarship: $1,800

Joseph Skowronski – Purdue University (Robotics Engineering Technology)

Technology Alumni Scholarship: $1,000

Althea Smith – Emerson College (Film)

Union Scholarship: $750

Emerson Grant: $27,000

Emily Stienstra – Roger Williams University (Architecture)

Roger Williams Presidential Scholarship: $14,000

Sarah Thibault – Framingham State University (Elementary Education)

Pell Grant $3,000

Angela Vergilis – Johnson & Wales University at Providence (Business)

Unibank ‐ US Army Corporal John Dawson Scholarship: $2,000

Additional Merit Johnson & Wales (Providence): $4,900

Merit Award Johnson & Wales University (Providence): $13,000

 

GRAFTON

 

Ellie DeLucia – Savannah College of Art and Design (Production Design)

Savannah College of Art & Design Portfolio Scholarship: $8,500

Kathryn Graveson – Mount Wachusett Community College (Dental Hygiene)

George W. Hanson Trust Scholarship: $1,000

Justin Hall – University of Rhode Island (Computer Engineering)

Presidential Scholarship: $25,000

University of Rhode Island Scholarship: $15,000

Benjamin Houle – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Computer Science)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Julia Klisiewicz – Quinsigamond Community College (Biomedical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $720

Olivia Klotz – University of Southern Maine (Mechanical Engineering)

SkillsUSA: $1,000

Liam Mahoney – Norwich University (Construction Management)

Norwich University Recognition Scholarship: $18,000

Edward Matatall – Career Education

James Franklin Memorial Award: $200

Letitia Snyder – Johnson & Wales University at Providence (Fashion Merchandising and Retailing)

Joey Wilson Memorial Scholarship: $600

Campus Award: $8,000

Jennifer Zinkus – Westfield State University (Biology)

Scholarship/grant: $14,000

 

HOPEDALE

 

Luke Emery – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Mechanical Engineering)

Gene Haas Foundation Student Manufacturing Award: $3,750

Julia Graves - University of Massachusetts at Boston (Anthropology)

Chancellor's Scholarship: $13,400

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $3,428

Genevieve Kempster – University of Vermont (Business Administration)

UVM Trustee's Scholarship: $12,000

Andrew Porter – Westfield State University (History)

Milford‐Hopedale Soccer Association Scholarship: $500

 

MENDON

 

Kristina Campbell – Bryant University (International Business/Pre-Law)

Bryant Merit Scholarship: $18,000

Olivia Desmond – Mississippi State University (Broadcast Meteorology)

Friends of Mendon Seniors: $300

Kaelin Garrison – Mount Ida College (Dental Hygiene)

Merit Scholarship: $22,000

Valley Tech School Committee Vocational Award: $200

Amanda Godowski – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Illustration)

St. Gabriel Catholic Women's Club: $300

MVA Presidential Award: $200

Mass Grant: $3,000

Sarah Hanscom – Wentworth Institute of Technology (Architecture)

Wentworth Undergrad Fund Grant: $4,000

National Co‐Op Scholarship: $6,000

Merit: $9,500

Jonathan Lynch – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Mechanical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

PolyFoam Corporation ‐ Scholarship: $500

Elden H. Barrow's Memorial Scholarship ‐ Mendham Brothers of the Brush Association: $500

Nipmuc Youth Baseball ‐ Christopher DiLorenzo Scholarship: $500

Deans Scholarship: $2,000

Kyle Martell – Quinsigamond Community College (Biology)

John and Abigail Adams: $720

Elden H. Barrow's Memorial Scholarship ‐ Mendham Brothers of the Brush Association: $500

Max Mirageas – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Marketing)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Elden H. Barrow's Memorial Scholarship ‐ Mendham Brothers of the Brush Association: $500

BVT Class of 2016 Scholarship: $500

Thomas Morin – University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Civil Engineering)

Chad A. Holbrook Memorial Sports Scholarship: $500

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Gene Haas Foundation Student Manufacturing Award: $3,750

Mendon Board of Health & Republic Services ‐ Good Citizenship Award: $500

Rutger Murphy – Norwich University (Mechanical Engineering or Cybersecurity)

Army ROTC National Scholarship: $162,168

Samuel O'Connor – Boston College (Political Science)

BVT Educational Foundation Scholarship: $500

DAR Good Citizens Award: $200

Cassidy Silva – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Undeclared)

MassArt Merit Scholarship: $2,000

Catherine Tierney – Dean College (Dance)

Performance Award: $13,000

MILFORD

 

Kelsey Anderson – University of Tampa (Human Performance)

Presidential Scholarship: $20,000

Laryssa Azevedo – Mount Ida College (Interior Design and Architecture)

Mount Ida College: $19,000

Dominick Benjamin – Worcester State University (Criminal Justice)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $970

Kaitlyn Brock – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Daniela Catrambone – Roger Williams University (Computer Science)

Roger Williams Merit Scholarship: $18,000

Tyler Driscoll – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Mechanical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Paul Facey – Massachusetts Bay Community College (Business)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $720

Matheus Gomes – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Mechanical/Electrical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

BVT Teachers Association ‐ Paul Sullivan Scholarship: $500

UMass Amherst Grant: $4,646

Owen Kaufman – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Mechanical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Colton Luke – Employed (Maintenance Mechanic)

John Lachapelle Memorial Award: $600

Stacey Muanya – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Pre-Med)

Eugene Picard Memorial Award: $500

Valley Tech School Committee Vocational Award: $200

Nagelie Otero Mendez – Quinsigamond Community College (Business)

Friends of Rachel Scholarship: $500

Matheus Passos – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Mechanical Engineering)

Jason K. Ball Memorial Scholarship: $250

Maggie Rothberg – Endicott College (Photography)

Endicott Scholar: $14,000

Jacob Russian – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Communication)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship $1,714

Thomas Selander – University of Massachusetts at Boston (Business Management)

NE Plumbing, Gas & Mechanical Inspectors Scholarship: $2,000

 

MILLBURY

 

Daniel Aldonis – Apprenticeship Program (Santon Plumbing)

BrassCraft Scholarship: $250

Robert Beauregard – Employed (Pipe Welder)

Mathew L. Fleming Memorial Award: $200

Jeffrey Bianchi – Massachusetts Maritime Academy (Energy Systems Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,500

Nathan Burdzel – University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Computer Science)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,418

Charles F. Minney VFW Post Scholarship ‐ Millbury: $500

Emeline Imbody – Plymouth State University (Early Childhood Studies)

Millbury Girls Softball Scholarship: $300

Samantha Patterson – Southern New Hampshire University (Psychology)

Southern New Hampshire: $22,000

Dakota Percival – Bridgewater State University (Psychology)

Robert J. Belsito Memorial Scholarship: $1,000

Cameron Peterson – Rollins College (Business Management)

Rollins Legacy Scholarship: $2,000

Rollins Presidential Scholarship: $24,000

Evan Robinson – Apprenticeship Program (Santon Plumbing)

New England Plumbing, Gas & Mechanical Inspector's Association: $200

Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling Contractors of Massachusetts Plumbing All Stars Award: $500

Tyler Serafin – Quinsigamond Community College (General Education)

Frank W. Girard Memorial Scholarship – Dudley‐Gendron American Legion Post #414: $400

Allyson Sharon – Westfield State University (Criminal Justice)

American Legion Riders ‐ Chapter 147 ‐ Award: $250

Millbury Girls Softball Scholarship: $300

Past Members MFD Station #2: $500

Torin Trinque – Employed (HVAC Tech)

James Franklin Memorial Award: $200

Taylor Tyan – Bryant University (Finance)

Presidential Scholarship: $13,000

 

MILLVILLE

 

Bryan Desrosiers – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Electrical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Liliana Gambach - Employed

James Sochia Memorial Award for Tools: $500

Jacob Platt – Military Service (Air Force Tactical Control Party Specialist)

Corporal John Dawson Memorial Award: $500

Kaylee Smith – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (MRI)

Milford National Bank ‐ Shelley D. Vincent III Scholarship: $1,000

Kenneth Tubman – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Computer Science)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Arielle Wilson – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Art Education)

Roger V. Burns Memorial Award: $250

Collage Grant: $1,500

 

NORTHBRIDGE

 

Rachel Arnold – Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Biomedical Engineering and Robotics)

Presidential Scholarship: $22,000

PolyFoam Corporation ‐ Scholarship: $500

Katherine Guerin – University of New England (Dental Hygiene)

Dean's Scholarship‐ University of New England: $16,000

Mckena Hendriks – Worcester State University (Occupational Therapy)

BVT Teachers Association Scholarship: $250

Julia Kelley – Anna Maria College (Paramedic Science)

Merit Award: $20,000

 

SUTTON

 

Tyler Dencer – The University of Northwestern Ohio (Diesel Tech)

Mass. Gas Collectors Assoc. David Millard Memorial Award: $200

Mass Auto Dealers First Place: $6,000

Emilie Duggan – Becker College (Nursing)

Becker Grant: $18,000

Aleah Grande – Westfield State University (Marketing and Sales)

Voice of Democracy: $100

Daniel Guertin – Nichols College (Business and Sports Management)

Trustee Scholarship Nichols: $18,000

Alexandra Kazarian – Bryant University (Biology/Management)

Bryant Grant: $20,000

Jacklyn Marsh – University of New Haven (Interior Design/Pre-Architecture)

Herman Buma Memorial Scholarship: $500

Janel McCarty – Wingate University (Nursing and Psychology)

Presidential Scholarship: $27,000

Brianah Parker – Westfield State University (Psychology)

Mumford River Lodge of Masons ‐ BVT Alumni Scholarship: $300

Diana Whittier – Plymouth State University (Athletic Training)

PSU Grant: $1,400

PSU Deans Scholarship: $8,000

Peter Wood – Apprenticeship Program (Plumbing)

BrassCraft Scholarship: $250

 

UPTON

 

Patrick Adler - Keene State College (Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences)

Merit Scholarship: $7,000

Kayla Ambrosino – Worcester State University (Communication Sciences and Disorders)

Friends of Rachel Scholarship: $500

Upton Police Association Scholarship: $500

Alyssa Andrade – The George Washington University (Biomedical Engineering)

Presidential Scholarship: $5,000

Upton Bloomer Girls ‐ Mary Aldrich Scholarship: $1,000

Mendon Lions Club Scholarship: $750

PolyFoam Corporation ‐ Scholarship: $500

Upton Board of Selectmen Scholarship: $500

Paige Chenevert – Fitchburg State University (Nursing)

Upton Police Association Scholarship: $500

Upton Board of Selectmen Scholarship: $200

Christopher Coley – The Culinary Institute of America at New York (Culinary Arts)

Friends of Rachel Scholarship: $300

National Technical Honor Society Scholarship: $500

Skyler Colwell – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Exercise Physiology)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Bridgette Donelan – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Illustration)

MassArt Merit Scholarship: $2,000

SCAD Merit Scholarships: $10,000

Sophia Harris – Brigham Young University (Public Health)

National Technical Honor Society Scholarship: $500

Upton Fire & EMS Scholarship: $500

Upton Men's Club Scholarship: $1,500

Upton Board of Selectmen Scholarship: $500

Mendon‐Upton Youth Soccer Association Scholarship: $2,500

Thomas Hawkins – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Industrial Systems Engineering)

Gene Haas Foundation Student Manufacturing Award: $3,750

AFL‐CIO: $2,000

Kevin Konieczny - Employed

Stanley Award for Tools: $200

Taylor Kuczinski – Career Education (Hairdressing)

Joey Wilson Memorial Tool Award: $600

Bailey Martin – The University of northwestern Ohio (Diesel Technology)

Timothy J. Yacino, Sr. Memorial Award: $500

Soapbox Derby: $3,000

UNOH: $8,000

Joseph Napolitano – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Physics)

Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Assoc. Student Achievement Award ‐ Principals Award:                 $300

Recognition Award: $2,000

RPI Merit Scholarship: $20,000

Taylor Nasuti – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Hospitality and Management)

Upton Board of Selectmen Scholarship: $500

Johnson and Wales: $25,000

Gregory Renk – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (English)

Jason K. Ball Memorial Scholarship: $250

Teradyne Employee Scholarship: $2,000

Alexis Sherwin – Quinnipiac University (Political Science)

National Honor Society Scholarship: $500

George L. Wood VFW Post # 5594 Scholarship: $300

Quinnipiac Merit Scholarship: $25,000

Casie Uhlman – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Psychology)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

BVT Teachers Association ‐ Richard Bernard Scholarship: $500

Timothy Welch – Worcester polytechnic Institute (Civil Engineering)

PolyFoam Corporation ‐ Scholarship: $ 500

Gene Haas Foundation Student Manufacturing Award: $3,750

 

UXBRIDGE

 

Steven Alger – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Chemical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Sara Budic – Framingham State University (Business Administration/Management)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $970

Worcester State Grant: $2,000

Kayla Dabney – Framingham State University (Early Childhood Education)

NJ Roche: $500

Mikala Davis – Worcester State University (Psychology)

Milford Federal Savings & Loan Association Scholarship: $1,000

Thalles DeSouza – Quinsigamond Community College (Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $720

Madysen Eames – University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Mechanical Engineering)

David J. Rose, Jr. Memorial Award: $500

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship $1,418

Grace Lemire – University of Connecticut (Business Management)

Student Council Scholarship: $300

Rotary Club of Uxbridge Scholarship: $500

2017 Ken Baker Memorial Scholarship: $500

Milford Rotary Club Scholarship: $1,500

Alden Payne – University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Economics)

Dean Bank Scholarship: $500

GWCF Scholarship: $1,000

Hector Petri – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Mechanical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Bryana Reardon – Plymouth State University (Graphic Design)

Presidential Scholarship: $10,000

StonyBrook Camera Club Award: $500

Kristina Richardson – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Graphic Design)

BVT Educational Foundation Scholarship: $500

Corine Shannon – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Illustration)

Richard W. Pierce Scholarship: $2,000

Lauren Small –University of New Haven (Forensic Science)

Distinguished Scholar Award: $17,000

 

WHITINSVILLE

 

Victoria Afonso – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Pre-Med/PA)

Mendon Lions Club Scholarship: $750

Meaghan Bernard – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Communication Disorders)

National Honor Society Scholarship: $500

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,714

Rotary Club of Uxbridge Scholarship: $500

Barbara J. Sinnott ‐ Students of Integrity Scholarship: $1,000

Barbara J. Sinnott Students of Integrity Scholarship: $1,000

Upton Womens Clubs Scholarship: $1,000

Alex Burgess – Johnson & Wales University at Providence (Baking and Pastry Art)

Mr. B Culinary Arts Alumni Scholarship: $100

Financial Planning Grant: $2,350

SkillsUSA: $3,000

Ryan Byrne – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Pham D)

Merit Scholarship: $10,000

Massachusetts Elks Scholarship: $800

One‐time Housing Award: $6,000

Nicole Cella – Endicott College (Interior Design)

BVT Teachers Association Scholarship: $250

Krysta Coates – Savannah College of Art and Design (Interactive Media and Game Design)

Merit Scholarship: $10,000

Ashley Cronan – University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Electrical Engineering)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $1,454

Ashley Curboy – University of South Alabama (Nursing)

Presidential Scholarship: $5,000

Alex Davieau – Employed (Rob Harris Plumbing)

Central Massachusetts Plumbing & Gasfitting Inspectors Association Scholarship: $500

Vincent G. Palermo Memorial Scholarship: $300

Fox Dolber – Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Illustration)

MassArt Merit Scholarship: $2,000

Tabitha Fields – College of the Holy Cross (Psychology)

UniBank Scholarship: $2,000

Holy Cross Merit Scholarship: $40,000

Natalie Massey – Emmanuel College (Biology)

Emmanuel Grant $2,500

Emmanuel Merit Scholarship: $17,000

Jameson Murray – Westfield State University (Education)

Lacrosse #8 Scholarship: $1,000

Jacob Novick – University of New Haven (National Security)

Distinguished Scholar: $15,000

Melanie Rivera – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Pre-Med)

Berkshire Bank 2017 Scholarship: $1,500

Emily Shorey – Worcester State University (Nursing)

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship: $970

Emilee Zuidema – Anna Maria College (Health Science)

Grant: $16,000

 

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#50 Monomoy Regional High School

Harwich, MA

2014 Rank: N/A

Enrollment: 467

Mascot: Sharks

Claim to Fame: The 2014-2015 school year was the first year of opperation for Monomoy Regional High School. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 94.6% (N/A)

District spending per pupil: $15,793

Student-teacher ratio: 9.7:1

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Charter Public School 

South Hadley, Ma

2014 Rank: #54

Enrollment: 271

Mascot: N/A

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Elisha Yaffe (comedian, actor and producer) Naia Kete (singer/songwriter who was featured on The Voice in 2012), Seth Glier (singer/songwriter who was nominated for a Grammy award in 2012 for his album The Next Right Thing), Sonya Kitchell (singer/songwriter), and Zoe Weizenbaum (actor). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 82.4% (-4.3%)

District spending per pupil: $13,675

Student-teacher ratio: 10.2:1

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#48 Norfolk County Agricultural

Walpole, MA

2014 Rank: #39

Enrollment: 498

Mascot: Aggie Rams

Claim to Fame: Upperclassmen at Norfolk County Agricultural can acquire on-the-job training and demonstrate work readiness through the Cooperative Education Program.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 95.7% (-4.3%)

District spending per pupil: $21,252

Student-teacher ratio: 11.4:1

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#47 Hingham High

Hingham, Ma

2014 Rank: #60

Enrollment: 1,205

Mascot: Harbormen

Claim to Fame: Hingham High's baseball team was the 2013 Division II State Champion.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 95.2% (-1.5%)

District spending per pupil: $11,430

Student-teacher ratio: 14.3:1

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#46 Swampscott High

Swampscott, MA

2014 Rank: #82

Enrollment: 679

Mascot: Big Blue

Claim to Fame: Classes in Swampscott High's IVY program range in size from two to five, with an instructor-to-student ratio of 3:1 or better. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.5% (+4.2%)

District spending per pupil: $14,549

Student-teacher ratio: 11.5:1

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Bolton, MA

2014 Rank: #76

Enrollment: 1,075

Mascot: Chieftain

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Hal Gill (National Hockey League player with the Nashville Predators), Koren Zailckas (Author of bestselling book Smashed), and Clive Weeden (Professional basketball player).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 95.3% (+0.2%)

District spending per pupil: $13,107

Student-teacher ratio: 14.2:1

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#44 Duxbury High

Duxbury, MA

2014 Rank: #44

Enrollment: 1,106

Mascot: Dragons

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Bill Curley (Former NBA forward), Juliana Hatfield (Indie rock singer), Max Quinzani (Major League Lacrosse player), and Don Webber (High School football player who earned All-Patriot League honors).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.2% (-0.6%)

District spending per pupil: $12,497

Student-teacher ratio: 14:1

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Norwell, Ma

2014 Rank: #68

Enrollment: 675

Mascot: Clippers

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Jennifer Coolidgev(Actress who appeared in American Pie as Stifler's Mom), Jeff Corwin (Host of The Jeff Corwin Experience and Corwin's Quest on Animal Planet) Jennifer Reed (Award winning children's book author), Susan Tedeschi (American Blues and soul singer), and Colin Reed (Press Secretary for Senator Scott Brown).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.5% (-1.4%)

District spending per pupil: $13,333

Student-teacher ratio: 12.8:1

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Greenfield, MA

2014 Rank: #27

Enrollment: 144

Mascot: Otters

Claim to Fame: The school is located on an historic farm in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 88.9% (-2.3%)

District spending per pupil: $12,586

Student-teacher ratio: 10.3:1

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#41 Arlington High

Arlington, MA

2014 Rank: #84

Enrollment: 1,217

Mascot: The Indian

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Michael Bowman (actor in Me, Myself and Irene), Dane Cook (Actor and comedian),  Alan Hovhaness (Composer), Jim Driscoll (Former MLB player for the Oakland Athletics and Texas Rangers), Olympia Dukakis (Oscar Winning Actress), Andy Powers (Professional hockey player), John A. Kelley (2-Time Boston Marathon Winner), Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (Guitarist/songwriter of Canned Heat), Chris Leary (actor), Carl Sumner (Former MLB player for the Boston Red Sox), and Liam Ezekiel (Former NFL player). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 94.6% (+1.7%)

District spending per pupil: $12,546

Student-teacher ratio: 13.7:1

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#40 Hopkinton High

Hopkinton, MA

2014 Rank: # 53

Enrollment: 1,122

Mascot: Hillers

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Keegan Bradley (Professional Golfer).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99% (-0.2%)

District spending per pupil: $13,005

Student-teacher ratio: 13.9:1

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#39 Nauset Regional High

North Eastham, MA

2014 Rank: #38

Enrollment: 959

Mascot: Warriors

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Mike DeVito (NFL defensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs) and Meghan Trainor (Singer/songwriter currently signed to Epic Records).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 93.7% (+0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $16,818

Student-teacher ratio: 11.5:1

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#38 Marblehead High

Marblehead, MA

2014 Rank: #65

Enrollment: 1,025

Mascot: Magician

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Keith Ablow (American psychiatrist and Fox News political commentator), Shalane Flanagan (Olympic bronze medalist in the 10,000m), Joel Mark Noe (Pioneering reconstructive surgeon and Harvard Medical School professor), Cory Schneider (American professional ice hockey goaltender), and Rob Delaney (American comedian and writer).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.6% (+0.9%)

District spending per pupil: $12,706

Student-teacher ratio: 12.1:1

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#37 Community Charter School

Cambridge, MA

2014 Rank: #11

Enrollment: 237

Mascot: Cougar

Claim to Fame: Since 2009, when Community Charter School of Cambridge graduated its first class, 100% of seniors have been admitted to college, 90% to four-year schools.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 80.6% (-7.6%)

District spending per pupil: $27,474 

Student-teacher ratio: 12.9:1

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#36 Westford Academy

Westford, MA

2014 Rank: #34

Enrollment: 1,634

Mascot: Grey Ghosts

Claim to Fame: Westford Academy was founded in 1788, and it is one of the oldest public high schools in the United States.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99% (+0.4%)

District spending per pupil: $11,838

Student-teacher ratio: 14.2:1

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#35 Longmeadow High

Longmeadow, MA 

2014 Rank: #32

Enrollment: 967

Mascot: Lancer

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Bridget Moynahan (Actress), Steve Courson (Offensive Guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Aaron Lewis (Lead singer of the band Staind), Jay Heaps (Coach of the New England Revolution), Craig E. Campbell (Alaska's 12th Lieutenant Governor and retired Lieutenant General of the Alaska National Guard), Joey Santiago (Lead guitarist of The Pixies), Joe Philbin (Current head coach of the Miami Dolphins), Meghann Fahy (Actress), Marisa Mosely (Assistant Coach for the UCONN Women's Basketball), Andrea Leers (Principal of Leers-Weinzapfel Associates and world-renowned architects), and Michael Palmer MD (Best-selling novelist). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.3% (0%)

District spending per pupil: $13,695

Student-teacher ratio: 12.5:1

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#34 Westwood High

Westwood, MA

2014 Rank: #28

Enrollment: 971

Mascot: Wolverine

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Jon Finn (award-winning guitarist), John Harrington (Former CEO of the Boston Red Sox), Peter S. Pezzati (Portrait painter), Jackie MacMullan (Newspaper sportswriter and NBA columnist for ESPN.com), and Douglas Mackinnon (Former White House and Pentagon official and bestselling author). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99.5% (+1.3%)

District spending per pupil: $14,827

Student-teacher ratio: 13.3:1

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#33 Francis W. Parker Charter Essential

Devens, MA

2014 Rank: #17

Enrollment: 253

Mascot: Panther

Claim to Fame: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation gave a $500,000 grant to their Teachers Center. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 91% (-1.9%)

District spending per pupil: $14,691

Student-teacher ratio: 8.6:1

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#32 Cohasset High School

Cohasset, MA

2014 Rank: #48

Enrollment: 391

Mascot: Skippers

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Kate Bosworth (Actress) and Keith Elam (Rapper). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99% (+3.4%)

District spending per pupil: $13,478

Student-teacher ratio: 12.4:1

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#31 Holliston High

Holliston, MA

2014 Rank: #70

Enrollment: 800

Mascot: Panthers

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Mark Sweeney (Former professional baseball player), Kara Wolters (Former US Women's Olympic Basketball Team), Paul Loscocco (Former member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives), and Adam Green (Filmmaker). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99.5% (+3.3%)

District spending per pupil: $12,548

Student-teacher ratio: 12.4:1

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#30 Martha's Vineyard Regional High

Oak Bluffs, MA

2014 Rank: #4

Enrollment: 687

Mascot: The Vineyarders

Claim to Fame: Since 1991, Martha's Vineyaard Regional High's cross country team has won the state title five times. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 92.5% (+0.8%)

District spending per pupil: $18,986

Student-teacher ratio: 9.1:1

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#29 Winchester High School

Winchester, MA 

2014 Rank: #29

Enrollment: 1,209

Mascot: Sachems

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Patrick Aufiero (Professional Hockey Player), Joe Bellino (Won the Heisman Trophy in 1960, and later played for the Boston Patriots), Pat Badger (Bassist for the band Extreme), Bob Bigelow (NBA player), John Cazale (Actor in The Godfather and other films) Janet Doub Erickson (Graphic artist and author), Tony Fryklund (MMA fighter), Wally Gagel, (Music Producer), Art Johnson (Played for the Boston Braves), and Kofi Kingston (WWE Wrestler). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99.2% (+0.3%)

District spending per pupil: $12,380

Student-teacher ratio: 14.1:1

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#28 Needham High

 Needham Heights, MA

2014 Rank: #30

Enrollment: 1,614

Mascot: Rockets

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Eric Johnson (Former NFL Tight End), Mike Tannenbaum (Executive VP of Football Operations for the Miami Dolphins), Bert and John Jacobs (Founders of the 'Life is Good' T-shirt company), Robbie Ftorek (NHL coach), Karl Ravech (ESPN Baseball Tonight anchor), Sarah Saltzberg (Actress/singer), Jeff Taylor (Founder of Monster.com), Sunita Williams (NASA astronaut), Lee Eisenberg (Film and television writer), Charles D. Baker (Governor of Massachusetts), Aly Raisman (Won the Olympic gold medal in London 2012 for gymnastics), Steven Hauschka (NFL Kicker), and James S. Gracey (Former Commandant of the United States Coast Guard).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.5% (-0.3%)

District spending per pupil: $14,320

Student-teacher ratio: 14.5:1

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#27 Boston Latin

 Boston, MA

2014 Rank: #20

Enrollment: 1,621

Mascot: Wolfie

Claim to Fame: Boston Latin School was founded in 1635.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.1% (-1.5%)

District spending per pupil: $17,598

Student-teacher ratio: 20.5:1

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#26 Westborough High

Westborough, MA

2014 Rank: #26

Enrollment: 1,045

Mascot: The Ranger

Claim to Fame: Westborough High offers a wide variety of curricular and extracurricular musical ensembles. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.1% (+0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $14,306

Student-teacher ratio: 12.7:1

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#25 Cambridge Rindge and Latin

Cambridge, MA

2014 Rank: #15

Enrollment: 1,836

Mascot: Falcons

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Ben Affleck (Actor), Casey Affleck (Actor), Leroy Anderson (Composer), Orson Bean (Actor), Traci Bingham (Actress and model), Walter Brennan (Actor and three-time Academy Award winner), Max Casella (Actor), Peggy Cass (Actress and comedian), Eric Cornell (2001 Nobel Prize in Physics), E. E. Cummings (Poet), and Matt Damon (Actor).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 91.1% (+3.3%)

District spending per pupil: $27,474

Student-teacher ratio: 10.3:1

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#24 Sturgis Charter Public School

Hyannis, MA

2014 Rank: #21

Enrollment: 806

Mascot: East - Storm

West - Navigators

Claim to Fame: Sturgis East won the 2014 Hurvitz Cup trophy for having the highest score in their division in the State Chess Team Turnament.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 94.6% (+2.3%)

District spending per pupil: $14,110

Student-teacher ratio: 9.5:1

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#23 Medfield Senior High

Medfield, MA

2014 Rank: #36

Enrollment: 876

Mascot: Warrior

Claim to Fame: Medfield High School is committed Challenging academics, Lifelong learning, Excellence, Achievement of personal success, and Respect (CLEAR).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.7% (-0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $12,321

Student-teacher ratio: 13.3:1

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#22 Mt. Greylock Regional High

Williamstown, MA

2014 Rank: #42

Enrollment: 347

Mascot: Mounties

Claim to Fame: Student learning at Mt. Greylock Regional high is enhanced by the close proximity of three museums (Clark Art Institute, Williams College Museum of Art, and MASS MoCA).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 100% (+11.1%)

District spending per pupil: $18,688

Student-teacher ratio: 11.3:1

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#21 Hamilton-Wenham Regional High

South Hamilton, MA

2014 Rank: #31

Enrollment: 625

Mascot: Generals

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include David Morse (Actor) and Michael Carter-Williams (NBA player). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.8% (+2.5%)

District spending per pupil: $15,057

Student-teacher ratio: 12.2:1

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#20 Acton-Boxborough Regional High

Acton, MA

2014 Rank: #25

Enrollment: 1,903

Mascot: The Colonial

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Seth Abramson (Poet), Tom Barrasso (Member of the 2002 U.S. Silver Medal hockey team and in the NHL hall of fame), Bob Brooke (NHL hockey player), Drew Houston (Dropbox founder), Maria Konnikova (Journalist), Jeff Norton (NHL hockey player), Caroll Spinney (Sesame Street puppeteer who performs Big Bird), Evelyn Stevens (cyclist), Bob Sweeney (NHL hockey player), and Pat Morris (NHL hockey player). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.1% (+0.2%)

District spending per pupil: $12,169

Student-teacher ratio: 15.3:1

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#19 Manchester Essex Regional High

Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA

2014 Rank: #35

Enrollment: 440

Mascot: Hornet

Claim to Fame: Manchester Essex Regional High offers Senior Choice of Related Experience (SCORE), which is an internship program that allows students to gain hands-on learning in a field of their choice. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.4% (+4.4%)

District spending per pupil: $14,317

Student-teacher ratio: 11.4:1

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#18 Amherst Regional High

Amherst, MA

2014 Rank: #19

Enrollment: 980

Mascot: Hurri the Cane

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Annie Baker (Pulitzer Prize winning playwright), Thomas Bezucha (Film director and writer of Big Eden and The Family Stone), John Henry (Former MLB player), James Ihedigbo (NFL safety for the Detroit Lions), Amory Lovins (CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute), Eric Mabius (Actor), Julie McNiven (Actress), Ellen Moran (Chief of Staff to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce), Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Actor), Perry Moss (NBA player), Benjamin Nugent (Writer), Gil Penchina (CEO of Wikia), and Robbie Russell (MLS player) 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 90.2% (-1.1%)

District spending per pupil: $19,054

Student-teacher ratio: 13.1:1

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#17 Essex Agricultural and Tech

Danvers, MA

2014 Rank: #22

Enrollment: 1,128

Mascot: Essex Aggie Rams

Claim to Fame: Essex Agricultural Tech offers study in Plant Science, Animal Science and Environmental Science.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99.1% (+1.7%)

District spending per pupil: $23,149

Student-teacher ratio: 10.4:1

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#16 Sharon High

Sharon, MA

2014 Rank: #16

Enrollment: 1,104

Mascot: Eagles

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include the head men's basketball coach at Auburn, Bruce Pearl.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.1% (0%)

District spending per pupil: $14,659

Student-teacher ratio: 12.6:1

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#15 Concord Carlisle High

Concord, MA

2014 Rank: #7

Enrollment: 1,255

Mascot: Minutemen

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Chester G. Atkins (Former Congressman from Massachusetts's 5th congressional distric), Bob Diamond (CEO of Barclays), Richard Fadden (CSIS Director), Kristin Hedstrom (USA Rowing national team member and London 2012 Olympian), Sam Presti (General Manager of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder), Ted Sarandis (Sports radio personality), and John Tortorella (Former head coach of NHL's New York Rangers). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97% (-1%)

District spending per pupil: $16,274

Student-teacher ratio: 13.4:1

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#14 Bromfield School

Harvard, MA

2014 Rank: #13

Enrollment: 414

Mascot: Trojan

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Keir O'Donnell (Starred in the popular comedy movie the Wedding Crashers) and Lynn Jennings (In 1992 she became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in long-distance track). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.1% (-1.2%)

District spending per pupil: $14,691

Student-teacher ratio: 12.9:1

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#13 Brookline High

Brookline, MA

2014 Rank: #12

Enrollment: 1,905

Mascot: Spartan Warrior

Claim to Fame: Brookline High has played Football on Thanksgiving Day against their rival, Newton North High School, since 1894. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 92.2% (-1.3%)

District spending per pupil: $16,924

Student-teacher ratio: 12.2:1

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#12 Bedford High

Bedford, MA

2014 Rank: #18

Enrollment: 913

Mascot: Buccaneers

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Doug Ardito (Guitarist for Puddle of Mudd), Steve Shea (Former MLB player), John Rennie (Former editor in chief of Scientific American magazine), Taec Yeon Ok (Actor), John Ferrillo (Boston Symphony Orchestra), and Bonnie Comley (Broadway Actress and Producer). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.4% (+2.7%)

District spending per pupil: $16,993

Student-teacher ratio: 11.4:1

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#11 Wellesley Sr High

Wellesley Hills, MA

2014 Rank: #9

Enrollment: 1,480

Mascot: Raider

Claim to Fame: American poet Sylvia Plath attended Wellesley Sr High. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.1% (-0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $17,232

Student-teacher ratio: 13:1

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#10 Newton North High

Newton, MA

2014 Rank: #14

Enrollment: 2,038

Mascot: Tiger

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Katharine Lee Bates (Composer of America the Beautiful), Amalie Benjamin (Boston Red Sox reporter for The Boston Globe), Louis C. K. (Stand-up comedian) Jim Corsi (MLB pitcher), Michael Thomas (author), and Matt LeBlanc (Actor). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 94.9% (+0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $17,141

Student-teacher ratio: 11.4:1

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#9 Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High

Sudbury, MA

2014 Rank: #10

Enrollment: 1,617

Mascot: Warriors

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Lynne Berry (Children's author), Mike Croel (NFL linebacker), Chris Evans (Actor), Scott Evans (Actor), Diana Golden (Gold medal in Disabled skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics), Mike Gordon (Bassist from the band Phish), Maggie Hassan (Governor of New Hampshire), Robert Kirshner (Astrophysicist and author), John Linnell and John Flansburgh (founders of the band They Might Be Giants), and Joe Sims (NFL tackle/guard).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98.7% (0%)

District spending per pupil: $18,304

Student-teacher ratio: 13.1:1

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#8 MA Academy for Math and Science

Worcester, MA

2014 Rank: #285

Enrollment: 97

Mascot: Gompei the Goat

Claim to Fame: Seniors at MA Academy for Math and Science take a full-time course load at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate:100% (0%)

District spending per pupil: $13,466

Student-teacher ratio: 13.1:1

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#7 Newton South High

Newton, MA

2014 Rank: #5

Enrollment: 1,803

Mascot: Lion

Claim to Fame: Newton South High has the Newton-Beijing Jingshan School Exchange Program which is the oldest public secondary school student exchange between the U.S. and the People's Republic of China.

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 97.8% (-0.3%)

District spending per pupil: $17,141

Student-teacher ratio: 12:1

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#6 Wayland High School

Wayland, MA

2014 Rank: #8

Enrollment: 851

Mascot: Warriors

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Samuel Adams Wisner (Rapper), Daniel Roberts (Journalist at Fortune magazine), Taylor Schilling (Actress), Ryan Sypek (Actor), Justin Lerner (Film director / writer), Evan Sneider (Actor), Sarah Hurwitz (Speechwriter to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama), Gary Gray (Host and producer of the Playboy TV series The Helmetcam Show), Gregg Kavet (Writer and co-executive producer of Seinfeld), Phil Regan (Former manager and MLB player), Scott Levin (Television news anchor for WGRZ Buffalo, NY), Alberto Salazar (Winner of the Boston Marathon and three-time winner of the New York City Marathon), and Elliott Francis (Television/Radio news anchor). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99.5% (0.4%)

District spending per pupil: $16,177

Student-teacher ratio: 12.2:1

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#5 Advanced Math and Science Academy

Charter School

Marlborough, MA

2014 Rank: #6

Enrollment: 569

Mascot: War Eagle

Claim to Fame: Advanced Math and Science Academy offers more than ten computer science classes to students: ranging from Game Design to Intro to Java/Networking. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 99% (+0.4%)

District spending per pupil: $14,723

Student-teacher ratio: 12.3:1

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#4 Lenox Memorial High

Lenox, MA

2014 Rank: #24

Enrollment: 237

Mascot: Millionaires

Claim to Fame: Lenox Memorial High has a school Literary Magazine in which the literary works of students are published. The magazine is called the Gr8 Lit Mag. 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 100% (+8.7%)

District spending per pupil: $16,003

Student-teacher ratio: 8.2:1

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#3 Dover-Sherborn Regional High

Dover, MA

2014 Rank: #3

Enrollment: 663

Mascot: Raiders

Claim to Fame: Dan Itse (New Hampshire Representative), Chad Urmston (Singer-songwriter of Dispatch), Kenny Florian (Retired MMA fighter for UFC), Paul Calello (Chairman Credit Suisse), Dan Bennett (Defense Attorney who received the Massachusetts lawyer of the year award in 2013), and Marilyn Mosby (State's Attorney for Baltimore City).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 98% (-0.1%)

District spending per pupil: $17,123

Student-teacher ratio: 12:1

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#2 Lexington High

Lexington, MA

2014 Rank: #2

Enrollment: 2,093

Mascot: Minutemen

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Zachary Lemnios (Assistant Secretary of Defense), Ron Lee (Former NBA player), Dinny McNamara (Former MLB player for the Boston Braves), Ethan Zohn (Winner of Survivor: Africa), and Don Nottebart (Former MLB Player). 

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 96.9% (-0.5%)

District spending per pupil: $16,812

Student-teacher ratio: 12.9:1

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#1 Weston High

Weston, MA

2014 Rank: #1

Enrollment: 707

Mascot: Wildcat

Claim to Fame: Famous alumni include Laurel Coppock (Actress) Grover Norquist (President of Americans for Tax Reform), Alec Sulkin (Writer and producer of Family Guy), and David Fran (Founding member of the 1980s R&B group The System).

2015 performance at a glance

Graduation rate: 100% (+3.4%)

District spending per pupil: $20,579

Student-teacher ratio: 9.7:1

 
 

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