Schools: Public and private

My Southborough coverage of:

Public Schools

Superintendent’s Office (website)
Christine Johnson, Superindentent (email)
508-351-7000

Southborough public schools are split by grade. Schools are listed by youngest to oldest. 

Mary Finn Elementary School (website)
commonly known as: Finn School
Grades pre-K – 1
60 Richards Road (map)
James Randell, Principal (email)
508-485-3176

Albert S. Woodward Elementary School (website)
commonly known as: Woodward School
Grades 2-3
28 Cordaville Road (map)
James Randell, Principal (email)
508-229-1250

Margaret Neary Elementary School (website)
commonly known as: Neary School
Grades 4-5
53 Parkerville Road (map)
Linda Murdock, Principal (email)
508-481-2300

Trottier Middle School (website)
commonly known as: Trottier School
Grades 6-8
49 Parkerville Road (map)
Keith Lavoie, Principal
508-485-2400

Algonquin Regional High School (website)
Grades 9-12
79 Bartlett Street, Northborough (map)
Tom Mead, Principal
508-351-7010

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (website)
Grades 9-12
215 Fitchburg Street, Marlborough (map)
Patrick Collins, Superintendent/Director
508-485-9430

(For public schools’ support organizations, click here and scroll down.)

Private schools

Fay School (website)
Grades pre-K – 9
48 Main Street (map)
(508) 485-0100

St. Mark’s School (website)
Grades 9-12
25 Marlboro Road (map)
(508) 786-6000

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