Town of Wilmington School Dept. 161 Church St, Wilmington, MA01887 The administration building, which is directly in front of the high school's gymnasium, for the Wilmington…More School Dept., is also where you will find the superintendent, the director of special education, the director of administration and finance and the technology coordinator. Joanne M. Benton is the current Wilmington schools superintendent.
Wilmington Middle School 25 Carter Ln, Wilmington, MA01887 Wilmington Middle School is the town's school for children in grades six to eight. Located directly across the street…More from West Intermediate, the middle school is split up into three "houses," the Challenger, Discovery and Explorer. Every month each house in each grade picks their two students of the month.
Shawsheen Elementary School 161 Church St, Wilmington, MA01887 Shawsheen Elementary School offers 23 classes from grades one through three, including two special education classes.…More There is a library, media center, music room, art room, gymnasium and cafeteria. The school also offers extended hours and the C.A.R.E.S. program for both before and after school, as well as the foreign-language based program called Global Kids. There is a large park, playground, skate-park and outdoor sports facility open to the public adjacent to the school as well. It is located on Church Street near Adams Street.
Lorraine Spada School of Dance 384 Middlesex Ave, Wilmington, MA01887 Lorraine Spada studied for 12 years at the Winnifred Ashenden School of Dance, then got her degree in dance from the…More Boston Conservatory. She has been teaching dance for around 30 years, helping to bring a special confidence and grace to every student she instructs. The Lorraine Spada School of Dance offers classes for all ages, in styles such as ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and modern dance. Visit the dance school's website for more information.
Woburn Street School 227 Woburn St, Wilmington, MA01887 Woburn Street School, located near the Route 62 entrance to U.S. Highway 93, teaches students in first through third…More grades. It emphasizes safety and student enrichment. It offers special education resources, an on-site psychologist and extended care before and after school hours.
West Intermediate School 22 Carter Ln, Wilmington, MA01887 West Intermediate is a school for fourth and fifth graders that focuses on a peaceful learning environment and stresses…More the importance of technology. Each classroom has a computer and the school also houses a library/media center. Special needs are met on site for children struggling with reading or speech development; an occupational therapist is also on campus.
Wilmington High School 159 Church St, Wilmington, MA01887 Wilmington High School is a public high school, serving grades 9-12, located across the street from the town…More Common. It is the home of the Wilmington Wildcats and strives to promote not only academic, but also personal and social growth for its students through a variety of courses options and extracurricular activities.
North Intermediate School 320 Salem St, Wilmington, MA01887 Serving children in fourth and fifth grade, North Intermediate offers a broad academic curriculum as well as hands-on…More learning such as its Outdoor Life program in the spring. The school was also able to upgrade its technology program for the 2010 school year to include seven in-class projectors, a Mimeo device and, soon, the Renzulli Learning System, an online education system.
Mill Brook Country Day School 56 Mill Rd, Wilmington, MA01887 The Mill Brook Country Day School has been family owned and operated since 1962. The daycare/school is a private…More institution that serves children from one month up to 5 years old and offers three day sessions (see hours below). Call for more information.
Wilimington High School is a public high school that promotes the academic, social and personal growth of its…More students.
In addition to having a curriculum that focuses on standard high school subjects such as English, math, science, social studies, foreign languages, technology education and the arts, the school also offers programs catering to its students and parents.
These programs include the Wildcat Project, which offers education and programs for alcohol and drug abuse. There is also the Wildcat Community Service Program, which is a program that networks with local non-profits for the students to find volunteer opportunities that are required before graduation.