Plymouth North High School 41 Obery St, Plymouth, MA02360 This public high school has a curriculum that includes English, language arts, mathematics, health education, sciences,…More social studies and the arts. The school offers sports programs for the fall, winter and spring, as well as activities such as marching band and drama club. The school also has a technical studies programs in marketing and allied health in partnership with Jordan Hospital.
Plymouth Public Schools Central Office 253 S Meadow Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 The Plymouth Public Schools Central Office manages eight elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, a…More pre-school, a technical high school and an alternative school in Plymouth. The district offers dozens of programs, including special education, bus transport, student health programs, family services, athletics and professional development. It is run by a seven-member committee and the superintendent of schools, who meet on the first and third Mondays of each month. It is located on South Meadow Road across the street from the Plymouth Municipal Airport. The building houses offices for the superintendent, business administration, pupil personnel, subject coordinators, information management members and others.
Plymouth South Middle School 488 Long Pond Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Plymouth South Middle School is located on Long Pond Rd. adjacent to Plymouth South High School. The school's slogan is…More "Building A Better World, One Student at A Time." Approximately 715 students attend PSMS, and an active Parent-Teacher Association provides funding for programming, activities and field trips.
Plymouth South High School is a 4-year program with an academic curriculum that includes English/language…More arts, foreign language, health education, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, unified arts and virtual programs.
It offers sports programs for fall, winter and spring as well as other clubs and activities such as band, dance team and drama club. In addition, there is a Vocational Technical Studies program that consists of 15 high-quality programs blended into the comprehensive academic environment.
Indian Brook Elementary School 1181 State Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Indian Brook Elementary School serves the villages of Manomet and Cedarville. It has nearly 650 students from…More kindergarten to grade four attending the school. Indian Brook offers instruction in all major academic areas and in art, critical thinking, health, music, physical education and band. Class size is in the mid to high 20s.
Kinder Kollege 478 State Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Kinder Kollege is a highly regarded private pre-school and childcare provider on Route 3A in Plymouth. Owned and…More operated by Margie Byrne and her staff of friendly teachers, Kinder Kollege accepts children 2.9 years of age and older. It offers summer camp and after- school programs as well as day care and pre-school in a residential community.
High Point Outpatient Services 2 School St, Plymouth, MA02360 High Point Outpatient Services provides crisis response for a variety of issues. The office also provides emergency…More counseling for those with addiction issues for drugs, alcohol and other substances.
Sacred Heart High School 399 Bishops Hwy, Kingston, MA02364 Sacred Heart High School is a liberal arts college-preparatory school for students in grades 7 through 12. The…More curriculum includes English, religious studies, math, fine arts, performing arts, physical education, science and technology, social studies, and such world languages as French, Spanish, Latin and German. Performing arts opportunities include theatre, music, show choir, speech and debate. Athletic opportunities include soccer, golf, volleyball, cross-country, tennis, hockey, swimming, skiing, basketball, cheerleading, softball, baseball, lacrosse and track and field.
Haskell Field 43 Nook Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Haskell Field is located across the street from the Nook Road entrance of Plymouth North High School. The Plymouth Youth…More Baseball and Softball teams make use of the 60-foot baseball diamond. The park also has a recreational basketball court. The baseball field is a memorial for Walter Bartlett Haskell, a chairman of the Park Commission.