One of the most important factors to consider when shopping for a new home is the quality of the schools nearby. Good schools can have a positive impact on the resale value of your home. And towns with good schools reflect the overall economic health of the community, which can mean better city infrastructure, well maintained parks and a thriving downtown area.
|3||Dover-Sherborn Regional High||Dover|
|5||Wellesley Senior High||Wellesley|
|7||Newton South High||Newton|
|9||Acton-Boxborough Regional High School||Acton|
|10||Bedford High School||Bedford|
|11||Newton North High||Newton|
|16||Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High||Sudbury|
|18||Medfield Senior High||Medfield|
|19||Hamilton-Wenham Regional High||Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District|
|24||Algonquin Regional High||Northborough/Southborough|
|25||Manchester Essex Regional High School||Manchester Essex Regional|
|27||Andover High School||Andover|
|29||Cohasset Middle/High School||Cohasset|
|31||Littleton High School||Littleton|
|32**||North Reading High||North Reading|
|35||Cambridge Rindge and Latin||Cambridge|
|35**||Nashoba Regional High||Nashoba Regional|
|38||Reading Memorial High||Reading|
|41||Masconomet Regional High School||Topsfield|
|47||Pentucket Regional Senior High||Pentucket|
|50||Millis High School||Millis|
Boston Magazine compiled their latest list of the top performing schools in the state based on data in 15 different categories including student to teacher ratio, MCAS scores, and percentage of students who graduate. Only schools serving cities and towns within the Greater Boston I-495 boundary were included.
View the full list of Boston’s Best Schools.
** Due to a reporter error, North Reading High was omitted from their initial rankings.