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

Recent headlines:

Police cruiser hit; 3rd officer rear ended by drunk driver in 8 months

A Southborough police officer is home recovering from a crash. [more]

Pre-Mother’s Day Annual Plant Sale – May 7

Pre-Mother’s Day Annual Plant Sale – May 7On Saturday May 7th, The Southborough Gardeners will hold their annual Plant Sale at the Community [more]

Exploring at Art in Bloom: Photo Gallery and video

Exploring at Art in Bloom: Photo Gallery and videoEarlier this month, the Southborough Library hosted the annual "Art in Bloom" exhibit. It was a fantastic collaboration between young artists and Southborough Gardeners. [more]

APTO seeking donations for safe post prom night

For more than twenty years, parents of Algonquin students have sought to keep kids safe after prom. The APTO is asking for help managing it again this year. They are hoping the community and businesses answer the [more]

Mary Cassatt: A look at a "Thoroughly Modern" turn of the 20th century woman - Thursday

The library is hosting an illustrated talk "Mary Cassatt: Thoroughly Modern [more]

Why flags are at half staff: Friday, April 29, 2016

Flags in Southborough and across the state are flying at half staff in honor of Corporal Christopher J. Orlando, United States Marine Corps, of Hingham, MA who died in a tragic military training accident on Thursday, January 14, [more]