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Top-scoring districts on the 10th-grade MCAS

Here are the school systems and charter schools which performed the best on the 10th-grade MCAS exams given in the spring of 2006. Boston.com ranked them by adding the percentage of students who scored either "advanced" or "proficient" in English and Math. 100 is the highest possible score.

10th GRADE ENGLISH
2006
Rank
 District name Number
tested
Score
1 Dover-Sherborn Regional 149 97%
2 Wayland Public Schools 234 95%
3 Weston Public Schools 189 95%
4 Acton-Boxborough Regional 471 94%
5 Mystic Valley Regional Charter, Malden 36 94%
6 Harvard Public Schools 104 94%
7 Hamilton-Wenham Regional 184 94%
8 Medfield Public Schools 217 94%
9 Concord-Carlisle Regional 315 94%
10 Millis Public Schools 65 94%
11 Westwood Public Schools 208 94%
12 Westford Public Schools 386 93%
13 Winchester Public Schools 298 93%
14 Cohasset Public Schools 92 92%
15 Needham Public Schools 375 92%
16 Lynnfield Public Schools 167 92%
17 Lincoln-Sudbury Regional 423 92%
18 Sturgis Charter, Hyannis 89 92%
19 Hingham Public Schools 278 92%
20 Lenox Public Schools 75 92%
21 Nauset Regional, Orleans 245 92%
22 Wellesley Public Schools 293 92%
23 Longmeadow Public Schools 273 92%
24 Northborough-Southborough Regional 327 91%
25 Berlin-Boylston Regional 70 91%
26 Lexington Public Schools 530 91%
27 Manchester Essex Regional 101 91%
28 Hopkinton Public Schools 249 91%
29 Mendon-Upton Regional 188 90%
30 Foxborough Public Schools 218 90%
31 Groton-Dunstable Regional 213 90%
32 Franklin Public Schools 394 90%
33 Belmont Public Schools 305 90%
34 Francis W Parker Charter, Devens 59 90%
35 Norwell Public Schools 146 90%
36 West Bridgewater Public Schools 87 90%
37 Shrewsbury Public Schools 405 90%
38 Sharon Public Schools 307 90%
39 Duxbury Public Schools 238 89%
40 Westborough Public Schools 275 89%
41 Prospect Hill Academy Charter, Somerville 64 89%
42 Medway Public Schools 163 89%
43 Nashoba Regional, Bolton 234 89%
44 Grafton Public Schools 152 89%
45 Ashland Public Schools 176 89%
46 Scituate Public Schools 238 88%
47 Andover Public Schools 457 88%
48 Hampshire Regional, Westhampton 125 88%
49 King Philip Regional, Wrentham 317 87%
50 Ashburnham-Westminster Regional 182 87%
51 Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter, Hadley 79 87%
52 Holliston Public Schools 236 87%
53 Hampden-Wilbraham Regional 345 87%
54 Rockport Public Schools 78 87%
55 Newton Public Schools 910 87%
56 Marshfield Public Schools 317 87%
57 Hanover Public Schools 177 87%
58 Hopedale Public Schools 84 87%
59 Hatfield Public Schools 38 87%
60 North Reading Public Schools 179 87%
61 Marblehead Public Schools 238 87%
62 Brookline Public Schools 450 86%
63 Tyngsborough Public Schools 163 86%
64 Swampscott Public Schools 223 86%
65 Pioneer Valley Regional, Northfield 83 86%
66 Norfolk County Agricultural, Walpole 124 85%
67 Masconomet Regional, Topsfield 330 85%
68 Old Rochester Regional, Mattapoisett 213 85%
69 Reading Public Schools 328 85%
70 Easton Public Schools 259 85%
71 Four Rivers Charter School, Greenfield 34 85%
72 North Middlesex Regional, Townsend 302 85%
73 Ipswich Public Schools 161 85%
74 Pentucket Regional, West Newbury 248 85%
75 Natick Public Schools 321 85%
76 Wilmington Public Schools 252 85%
77 West Boylston Public Schools 86 85%
78 Mansfield Public Schools 350 85%
79 Littleton Public Schools 99 85%
80 Somerset Public Schools 256 84%
81 North Attleborough Public Schools 339 84%
82 Sandwich Public Schools 262 84%
83 Newburyport Public Schools 211 84%
84 Arlington Public Schools 287 83%
85 Canton Public Schools 196 83%
86 Mount Greylock Regional, Williamstown 111 83%
87 Chelmsford Public Schools 437 83%
88 Freetown-Lakeville Regional 203 83%
89 Hadley Public Schools 40 83%
90 Falmouth Public Schools 331 82%
91 Belchertown Public Schools 182 82%
92 Bedford Public Schools 197 82%
93 Milton Public Schools 263 82%
94 Amherst-Pelham Regional 318 82%
95 South Shore Charter, Hull 33 82%
96 Media and Technology Charter, Boston 66 82%
97 Georgetown Public Schools 98 82%
98 Wachusett Regional, Jefferson 506 82%
99 Carver Public Schools 146 82%
100 Stoneham Public Schools 205 81%
101 Walpole Public Schools 275 81%
102 Swansea Public Schools 145 81%
103 Burlington Public Schools 263 81%
104 Sutton Public Schools 101 81%
105 Northampton Public Schools 223 81%
106 Braintree Public Schools 384 81%
107 Lunenburg Public Schools 173 81%
108 Norwood Public Schools 277 81%
109 Norton Public Schools 193 81%
110 Beverly Public Schools 343 81%
111 Melrose Public Schools 221 81%
112 Tewksbury Public Schools 308 81%
113 Dudley-Charlton Regional 318 81%
114 Millbury Public Schools 142 80%
115 Abington Public Schools 136 80%
116 East Bridgewater Public Schools 181 80%
117 Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter, Hyde Park 44 80%
118 North Andover Public Schools 363 79%
119 Bourne Public Schools 178 79%
120 Blackstone-Millville Regional 144 79%
121 Waltham Public Schools 378 79%
122 Seekonk Public Schools 194 79%
123 Stoughton Public Schools 293 79%
124 Hudson Public Schools 213 78%
125 Boston Collegiate Charter 23 78%
126 Fairhaven Public Schools 165 78%
127 Martha's Vineyard Regional 187 78%
128 East Longmeadow Public Schools 227 78%
129 Provincetown Public Schools 18 78%
130 Whitman-Hanson Regional, Whitman 319 77%
131 Douglas Public Schools 106 77%
132 Marlborough Public Schools 278 77%
133 Woburn Public Schools 359 77%
134 Watertown Public Schools 197 77%
135 Amesbury Public Schools 201 77%
136 Rockland Public Schools 195 77%
137 Framingham Public Schools 467 77%
138 Wakefield Public Schools 268 77%
139 North Brookfield Public Schools 51 76%
140 Pembroke Public Schools 224 76%
141 North Central Charter, Fitchburg 59 76%
142 Gloucester Public Schools 273 76%
143 Monson Public Schools 104 76%
144 Central Berkshire Regional, Dalton 199 76%
145 Silver Lake Regional, Kingston 297 76%
146 Bridgewater-Raynham Regional 342 75%
147 Sabis International Charter, Springfield 93 75%
148 Danvers Public Schools 264 75%
149 Frontier Regional, Deerfield 135 75%
150 Billerica Public Schools 407 75%
151 Harwich Public Schools 114 75%
152 Milford Public Schools 271 75%
153 Barnstable Public Schools 477 74%
154 Northbridge Public Schools 205 74%
155 Dracut Public Schools 299 74%
156 Granby Public Schools 88 74%
157 South Hadley Public Schools 189 74%
158 Ralph Mahar Regional, Orange 124 73%
159 Wareham Public Schools 246 73%
160 Quabbin Regional, Barre 262 73%
161 Mashpee Public Schools 171 73%
162 Essex Agricultural, Hathorne 107 72%
163 Middleborough Public Schools 235 72%
164 Dedham Public Schools 222 72%
165 Dighton-Rehoboth Regional 277 71%
166 Maynard Public Schools 91 71%
166 Southern Berkshire Regional, Sheffield 56 71%
168 Chatham Public Schools 52 71%
169 Leicester Public Schools 151 71%
170 Berkshire Hills Regional, Stockbridge 147 71%
171 Ayer Public Schools 99 71%
172 Bellingham Public Schools 190 71%
173 Clinton Public Schools 132 70%
174 Shawsheen Valley Vocational, Billerica 319 70%
175 Winthrop Public Schools 130 70%
176 Tantasqua Regional, Fiskdale 326 70%
177 Agawam Public Schools 323 70%
178 Auburn Public Schools 164 70%
179 Southwick-Tolland Regional 147 69%
180 Plymouth Public Schools 603 69%
181 Lee Public Schools 92 68%
182 Easthampton Public Schools 130 68%
183 Dennis-Yarmouth Regional 282 68%
184 Weymouth Public Schools 533 68%
185 Nantucket Public Schools 99 68%
186 Gardner Public Schools 247 67%
187 Triton Regional, Byfield 256 67%
188 Adams-Cheshire Regional 103 67%
189 Mohawk Trail Regional, Shelburne Falls 123 67%
190 Uxbridge Public Schools 135 66%
191 Greenfield Public Schools 116 66%
192 Brockton Public Schools 1035 66%
193 Blackstone Valley Vocational, Upton 240 65%
194 Ludlow Public Schools 277 65%
195 Medford Public Schools 390 65%
196 Dartmouth Public Schools 357 65%
197 Peabody Public Schools 461 64%
198 Attleboro Public Schools 444 64%
199 Abby Kelley Foster Charter, Worcester 25 64%
199 Oxford Public Schools 150 64%
201 Minuteman Vocational, Lexington 173 64%
202 Cambridge Public Schools 394 63%
203 Spencer-East Brookfield Regional 165 63%
204 Holbrook Public Schools 89 63%
205 Salem Public Schools 296 63%
206 Bristol County Agricultural, Dighton 109 62%
206 Quaboag Regional, Warre 109 62%
208 Saugus Public Schools 194 62%
209 Cape Cod Vocational, Harwich 186 62%
210 Palmer Public Schools 114 62%
211 Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter, Adams 13 62%
212 Upper Cape Cod Vocational, Bourne 164 61%
213 Gateway Regional, Huntington 105 61%
214 Haverhill Public Schools 505 61%
215 City On A Hill Charter, Boston 79 61%
216 Methuen Public Schools 486 61%
217 Leominster Public Schools 482 60%
218 Hull Public Schools 126 60%
219 Narragansett Regional, Baldwinville 133 60%
220 Quincy Public Schools 671 60%
221 Franklin County Vocational, Turners Falls 144 60%
222 Taunton Public Schools 480 59%
223 Westfield Public Schools 541 59%
224 Westport Community Public Schools 115 59%
225 Randolph Public Schools 226 59%
226 Malden Public Schools 378 59%
227 Everett Public Schools 399 59%
228 Bristol-Plymouth Vocational, Taunton 273 59%
229 Health Careers Academy Charter, Boston 74 58%
230 Blue Hills Vocational, Canton 219 58%
231 West Springfield Public Schools 285 58%
232 Tri-County Vocational, Franklin 216 58%
233 Avon Public Schools 59 58%
234 Revere Public Schools 384 58%
235 Athol-Royalston Regional 170 57%
236 North Adams Public Schools 125 57%
237 Whittier Vocational, Haverhill 249 55%
238 North Shore Vocational, Middleton 112 54%
239 Webster Public Schools 138 54%
240 New Bedford Global Charter 24 54%
241 Pittsfield Public Schools 501 54%
242 Somerville Public Schools 348 54%
243 South Shore Vocational, Hanover 149 53%
244 Ware Public Schools 80 53%
245 Winchendon Public Schools 85 52%
246 Montachusett Vocational, Fitchburg 345 52%
247 Foxborough Regional Charter 39 51%
248 Lowell Public Schools 798 51%
249 Gill-Montague Regional 106 51%
250 Boston Public Schools 3988 51%
251 Chicopee Public Schools 647 51%
252 Fitchburg Public Schools 337 50%
253 Greater New Bedford Vocational 514 50%
254 Lowell Middlesex Academy 22 50%
254 Northern Berkshire Vocational, North Adams 128 50%
256 Lynn Public Schools 1024 50%
257 Southern Worcester Vocational, Charlton 271 49%
258 Assabet Valley Vocational, Marlborough 236 47%
259 Worcester Public Schools 1727 47%
260 Fall River Public Schools 665 46%
261 New Leadership Academy Charter, Springfield 33 45%
262 Codman Academy Charter, Dorchester 20 45%
263 Nashoba Valley Vocational, Westford 161 45%
264 New Bedford Public Schools 764 45%
265 Greater Fall River Vocational 349 43%
266 Holyoke Public Schools 444 40%
267 Greater Lowell Vocational, Tyngsborough 503 40%
268 Pathfinder Vocational, Palmer 166 39%
269 Old Colony Vocational, Rochester 133 39%
270 Chelsea Public Schools 371 38%
271 Northampton-Smith Vocational 105 36%
272 Southbridge Public Schools 97 36%
273 Southeastern Vocational, South Easton 299 36%
274 Northeast Metro Vocational, Wakefield 320 36%
275 Springfield Public Schools 1554 33%
276 Greater Lawrence Vocational, Andover 412 32%
277 South Middlesex Vocational, Framingham 174 30%
278 Lawrence Public Schools 549 28%
279 Boston Day and Evening Academy Charter 81 27%
280 Champion Charter, Brockton 34 26%
 
10th GRADE MATHEMATICS
2006
Rank
 District name Number
tested
Score
1 Boston Collegiate Charter 23 100%
2 Dover-Sherborn Regional 148 97%
3 Media and Technology Charter, Boston 66 97%
4 Wayland Public Schools 234 96%
5 Weston Public Schools 190 95%
6 Nauset Regional, Orleans 240 95%
7 Medfield Public Schools 218 94%
8 West Bridgewater Public Schools 86 94%
9 Prospect Hill Academy Charter, Somerville 64 94%
10 Cohasset Public Schools 92 93%
11 Millis Public Schools 65 92%
12 Needham Public Schools 374 92%
13 Acton-Boxborough Regional 469 92%
14 Westford Public Schools 386 91%
15 Harvard Public Schools 104 91%
16 Norwell Public Schools 148 91%
17 Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter, Hyde Park 44 91%
18 Westborough Public Schools 274 91%
19 Hingham Public Schools 280 90%
20 Wellesley Public Schools 295 89%
21 Holliston Public Schools 235 89%
22 Nashoba Regional, Bolton 234 89%
23 Hopkinton Public Schools 252 89%
24 Concord-Carlisle Regional 315 89%
25 Lexington Public Schools 528 89%
26 Lincoln-Sudbury Regional 423 89%
26 Shrewsbury Public Schools 405 89%
28 Hamilton-Wenham Regional 187 89%
29 Andover Public Schools 459 89%
30 Northborough-Southborough Regional 327 88%
31 Groton-Dunstable Regional 215 88%
32 Winchester Public Schools 298 88%
33 Belmont Public Schools 306 88%
34 Manchester Essex Regional 101 88%
35 Hopedale Public Schools 84 88%
36 Sharon Public Schools 305 88%
37 Longmeadow Public Schools 272 87%
38 Scituate Public Schools 238 87%
39 Hatfield Public Schools 38 87%
40 Lynnfield Public Schools 166 87%
41 Ashburnham-Westminster Regional 180 87%
42 Westwood Public Schools 208 87%
43 Wilmington Public Schools 251 86%
44 Mystic Valley Regional Charter, Malden 36 86%
45 Newton Public Schools 906 86%
46 Ashland Public Schools 175 86%
47 Reading Public Schools 328 85%
48 Franklin Public Schools 388 85%
49 Hadley Public Schools 40 85%
50 Brookline Public Schools 451 85%
51 Tyngsborough Public Schools 163 85%
52 Mount Greylock Regional, Williamstown 110 85%
53 Swampscott Public Schools 224 84%
54 Frontier Regional, Deerfield 134 84%
55 Sturgis Charter, Hyannis 89 84%
56 Arlington Public Schools 286 84%
57 Masconomet Regional, Topsfield 329 84%
58 Bedford Public Schools 198 84%
59 Sandwich Public Schools 265 84%
60 Chelmsford Public Schools 437 84%
61 Mansfield Public Schools 349 83%
62 Foxborough Public Schools 216 83%
63 Blackstone-Millville Regional 141 83%
64 Canton Public Schools 196 83%
65 Old Rochester Regional, Mattapoisett 212 83%
66 Millbury Public Schools 143 83%
67 Natick Public Schools 320 83%
68 Tewksbury Public Schools 308 82%
69 Mendon-Upton Regional 188 82%
70 Burlington Public Schools 262 82%
71 North Brookfield Public Schools 51 82%
72 Marshfield Public Schools 321 82%
73 North Middlesex Regional, Townsend 300 82%
74 Marblehead Public Schools 237 82%
75 Lenox Public Schools 76 82%
76 Duxbury Public Schools 238 82%
77 Beverly Public Schools 337 81%
78 Marlborough Public Schools 276 81%
79 Hampshire Regional, Westhampton 124 81%
80 Northampton Public Schools 222 81%
81 Medway Public Schools 164 80%
82 Amherst-Pelham Regional 317 80%
83 Hampden-Wilbraham Regional 345 80%
84 Wachusett Regional, Jefferson 502 80%
85 Sutton Public Schools 100 80%
86 Belchertown Public Schools 184 80%
87 Ipswich Public Schools 158 80%
88 Amesbury Public Schools 197 80%
89 Newburyport Public Schools 211 80%
90 Littleton Public Schools 98 80%
91 Falmouth Public Schools 327 80%
92 Somerset Public Schools 253 79%
93 Pioneer Valley Regional, Northfield 82 79%
94 North Reading Public Schools 178 79%
95 Lunenburg Public Schools 173 79%
96 Fairhaven Public Schools 163 79%
97 East Bridgewater Public Schools 181 79%
98 North Attleborough Public Schools 338 79%
99 Grafton Public Schools 151 79%
100 Framingham Public Schools 466 79%
101 Danvers Public Schools 263 79%
102 Easton Public Schools 257 79%
103 Martha's Vineyard Regional 186 78%
104 Billerica Public Schools 411 78%
105 Berlin-Boylston Regional 69 78%
106 Harwich Public Schools 112 78%
107 Hanover Public Schools 179 78%
108 Francis W Parker Charter, Devens 58 78%
109 East Longmeadow Public Schools 227 77%
110 King Philip Regional, Wrentham 314 77%
111 Bourne Public Schools 177 77%
112 Milford Public Schools 265 77%
113 Walpole Public Schools 277 77%
114 West Boylston Public Schools 84 76%
115 Quabbin Regional, Barre 260 76%
116 North Andover Public Schools 367 76%
117 Norfolk County Agricultural, Walpole 125 76%
118 Abington Public Schools 137 76%
119 Woburn Public Schools 357 76%
120 Freetown-Lakeville Regional 201 76%
121 Braintree Public Schools 385 75%
122 Whittier Vocational, Haverhill 247 75%
123 Georgetown Public Schools 96 75%
123 Nantucket Public Schools 100 75%
125 Dedham Public Schools 223 75%
126 Bridgewater-Raynham Regional 338 75%
127 Carver Public Schools 143 74%
128 Watertown Public Schools 199 74%
129 Rockport Public Schools 80 74%
129 Whitman-Hanson Regional, Whitman 320 74%
131 Maynard Public Schools 91 74%
132 Hudson Public Schools 214 73%
133 Norwood Public Schools 279 73%
134 Wakefield Public Schools 265 72%
135 Southwick-Tolland Regional 145 72%
136 Pembroke Public Schools 224 72%
137 Provincetown Public Schools 18 72%
138 Foxborough Regional Charter 39 72%
139 Swansea Public Schools 145 72%
140 Stoneham Public Schools 205 72%
141 Melrose Public Schools 222 72%
142 Stoughton Public Schools 296 71%
143 Dudley-Charlton Regional 316 71%
144 Silver Lake Regional, Kingston 295 71%
145 Chatham Public Schools 52 71%
146 Pentucket Regional, West Newbury 248 71%
147 Waltham Public Schools 378 71%
148 Monson Public Schools 103 71%
149 Agawam Public Schools 319 71%
150 Rockland Public Schools 188 71%
151 Milton Public Schools 263 71%
152 Bristol County Agricultural, Dighton 109 71%
153 Quaboag Regional, Warre 108 70%
154 Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter, Hadley 74 70%
155 Blackstone Valley Vocational, Upton 237 70%
156 Douglas Public Schools 106 70%
157 Norton Public Schools 193 69%
158 Tantasqua Regional, Fiskdale 327 69%
159 Medford Public Schools 380 69%
160 Bellingham Public Schools 189 69%
161 South Shore Charter, Hull 32 69%
162 Ludlow Public Schools 276 68%
163 Northbridge Public Schools 203 68%
164 Triton Regional, Byfield 249 68%
165 Granby Public Schools 90 68%
166 Mohawk Trail Regional, Shelburne Falls 121 68%
167 Four Rivers Charter School, Greenfield 34 68%
168 Dartmouth Public Schools 352 68%
169 Cape Cod Vocational, Harwich 185 68%
170 Ayer Public Schools 98 67%
171 Lee Public Schools 91 67%
172 Easthampton Public Schools 130 67%
173 Auburn Public Schools 165 67%
173 South Hadley Public Schools 186 67%
175 Saugus Public Schools 193 66%
176 Berkshire Hills Regional, Stockbridge 149 66%
177 Sabis International Charter, Springfield 93 66%
178 Gardner Public Schools 237 65%
179 Attleboro Public Schools 444 65%
180 Wareham Public Schools 246 65%
181 Barnstable Public Schools 471 65%
182 Tri-County Vocational, Franklin 214 65%
183 Dighton-Rehoboth Regional 262 65%
184 Central Berkshire Regional, Dalton 196 65%
185 Winchendon Public Schools 82 65%
186 Westfield Public Schools 537 65%
187 Mashpee Public Schools 169 64%
188 Dennis-Yarmouth Regional 273 64%
189 Peabody Public Schools 457 64%
190 Southern Berkshire Regional, Sheffield 56 64%
191 Weymouth Public Schools 526 64%
192 Leominster Public Schools 472 64%
193 Greenfield Public Schools 117 63%
194 Ralph Mahar Regional, Orange 122 63%
195 Plymouth Public Schools 595 62%
196 Shawsheen Valley Vocational, Billerica 316 61%
197 Leicester Public Schools 150 61%
198 Clinton Public Schools 131 61%
199 Gloucester Public Schools 271 61%
200 Seekonk Public Schools 194 61%
201 Hull Public Schools 122 61%
202 Dracut Public Schools 289 61%
203 Uxbridge Public Schools 134 60%
204 Salem Public Schools 289 60%
205 Holbrook Public Schools 90 60%
206 Taunton Public Schools 476 60%
207 Cambridge Public Schools 398 60%
208 Gill-Montague Regional 106 59%
209 Montachusett Vocational, Fitchburg 343 59%
210 North Shore Vocational, Middleton 112 59%
211 Blue Hills Vocational, Canton 219 59%
212 Winthrop Public Schools 126 59%
213 Middleborough Public Schools 234 59%
214 Quincy Public Schools 673 58%
215 South Shore Vocational, Hanover 149 58%
216 Southern Worcester Vocational, Charlton 271 58%
217 Adams-Cheshire Regional 103 58%
218 Franklin County Vocational, Turners Falls 146 58%
219 Revere Public Schools 376 58%
220 Oxford Public Schools 147 58%
221 Minuteman Vocational, Lexington 174 57%
222 Methuen Public Schools 481 57%
223 Assabet Valley Vocational, Marlborough 232 57%
224 Bristol-Plymouth Vocational, Taunton 272 57%
225 West Springfield Public Schools 281 57%
226 Westport Community Public Schools 114 56%
227 Upper Cape Cod Vocational, Bourne 164 56%
228 Malden Public Schools 377 56%
229 Gateway Regional, Huntington 103 55%
230 Nashoba Valley Vocational, Westford 160 55%
231 Athol-Royalston Regional 167 54%
232 City On A Hill Charter, Boston 78 54%
233 Palmer Public Schools 112 54%
234 Boston Public Schools 3925 53%
235 Webster Public Schools 133 53%
236 Essex Agricultural, Hathorne 107 53%
237 Somerville Public Schools 340 53%
238 Haverhill Public Schools 502 53%
239 North Central Charter, Fitchburg 55 53%
240 Ware Public Schools 78 53%
241 Northern Berkshire Vocational, North Adams 128 52%
242 Spencer-East Brookfield Regional 163 52%
243 Abby Kelley Foster Charter, Worcester 25 52%
244 Greater Fall River Vocational 345 51%
245 Lowell Public Schools 787 51%
246 North Adams Public Schools 124 51%
247 Fitchburg Public Schools 324 50%
248 Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter, Adams 12 50%
248 Northeast Metro Vocational, Wakefield 322 50%
250 Randolph Public Schools 217 49%
251 Pittsfield Public Schools 501 49%
252 Brockton Public Schools 1035 49%
253 Lynn Public Schools 1001 49%
254 Old Colony Vocational, Rochester 132 48%
255 Everett Public Schools 396 48%
256 Narragansett Regional, Baldwinville 132 47%
257 Greater New Bedford Vocational 514 44%
258 Worcester Public Schools 1695 42%
259 Northampton-Smith Vocational 105 41%
260 Chicopee Public Schools 639 39%
261 Avon Public Schools 59 39%
262 Southeastern Vocational, South Easton 296 38%
263 New Bedford Public Schools 743 38%
264 Greater Lowell Vocational, Tyngsborough 510 37%
265 Holyoke Public Schools 445 37%
266 Southbridge Public Schools 101 37%
267 Pathfinder Vocational, Palmer 167 36%
268 Health Careers Academy Charter, Boston 74 35%
269 Codman Academy Charter, Dorchester 20 35%
270 Chelsea Public Schools 366 34%
271 Fall River Public Schools 648 32%
272 Lowell Middlesex Academy 22 32%
273 New Leadership Academy Charter, Springfield 33 30%
274 Springfield Public Schools 1514 29%
275 Greater Lawrence Vocational, Andover 406 29%
276 South Middlesex Vocational, Framingham 172 28%
277 Lawrence Public Schools 524 21%
278 Boston Day and Evening Academy Charter 71 18%
279 New Bedford Global Charter 25 16%
280 Champion Charter, Brockton 38 8%


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