Center School 11 Ash St, Hopkinton, MA01748 Aptly named and the first stop for the town's elementary students, Center School teaches kindergarten and first grade…More across Ash Street from the Town Common, which makes it walking distance from the public library. The school has a separate line for parents to call in their absent students: 508-479-9876.
The Reading Studio 85 Main St, Hopkinton, MA01748 The Reading Studio provides various classes to meet the needs of the average, gifted or developing students. Classes…More include children of all ages, and subjects range from math, science and reading to preparation for college SATs. The studio is spacious and vibrant with children's artwork lining the walls. Teachers are knowledgeable and devoted to its students' educations.
Dancing Arts Center 9 Whitney St, Holliston, MA01746 The Dancing Arts Center is located at 9 Whitney Street in Holliston, MA. Patrick Notaro & Gregg Saulnier, both with…More extensive professional dance backgrounds, are the directors of the school that boasts a faculty of the highest caliber. The school is dedicated not only to the development of its students' dancing skills, but to the development of its students' character and confidence. Participants in classes at the Dancing Arts Center will grow as people as well as dancers. Please call 508-429-7577, email email@example.com, or visit www.dancingartscenter.com for information on classes, workshops and performances.
Holliston Public Schools 370 Hollis St, Holliston, MA01746 The Holliston Public Schools office is located at the high school and serves as the central office for the five schools…More in the Holliston school system. Fred W. Miller and Sam Placentino are the elementary schools, Robert H. Adams is the middle school and Holliston High is the high school. HPS employs 215 teachers to serve 2,864 students. The HPS office also houses the offices of Superintendent Bradford Jackson, Assistant Superintendent Timothy Cornley, Keith Buday and student services Director Sandra Einsel.
Holliston High School 370 Hollis St, Holliston, MA01746 Holliston High School has been one of the best public high schools in eastern Massachusetts for more than two decades.…More Ranked 26th by boston.com in 2009's list of public high schools, HHS has a roughly 13-to-1 student-teacher ratio and spends $10,856 per student, according to boston.com. HHS students averaged 94 on the MCAS English, 93 on the MCAS Math and 88 on the MCAS Science, while averaging 541 on the SAT English, 551 on the SAT Writing and 581 on the SAT Math. The graduation rate is 95 percent. HHS also has 14 clubs, such as Academic Decathlon, American Field Service, and Amnesty International. HHS also supports 48 athletic teams at the freshman, junior varsity and varsity levels. On-campus athletic facilities include a FieldTurf athletic field, baseball and softball diamonds, four practice fields, a fitness room, three full-length basketball courts and boys and girls locker rooms.