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Public Schools in Worcester

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WAMS is a great school with a very active Parent Teacher ...
This is definitely the best school in Worcester. Our chil...
This is the best school of Worcester. my daughter enjoys ...
May Street is a small school of roughly 260 students. It...
We have been happy with Midland. It's got a great neighbo...
I am not having much luck with this school because there ...
The school is very well run, academics are excellent and ...
Great school my child loves it. She has been attending th...
Teaching to MCAS is not the correct way to educate a 7th ...
I have nothing good to say about this school. My son came...
My school is the best school in the city of Worcester. I...
As a student in a high school in one of the poorest areas...
We have been here for 5 years now ...I love this school.....
Looking for a school for my daughter. Big "thank you" for...
2012-2013 school year: under-performing, poor administrat...
I WOULD HAVE GIVEN OUR SCHOOL A 5 STAR RATING, IF THEY HA...
My son is currently attending kindergarten at Chandler El...
As soon as I walked into this school I had a bad feeling ...
Moved here for the Gates Lane International Studies schoo...
Worst school in all of worcester. Terrible learning envir...
a 1st class school my child is in her 7th year at this sc...
My friend got shot with a bbgun aout 2 months ago walking...
I have a Fourth grader and a Kindergartener in Chandler M...
I grew up in Worcester and attended Jacob Hiatt all the w...
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