Every city and town has its boosters. With each new Top 10 list, communities west of Boston gain more statewide and national recognition. But do the rankings get it right?
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Newton boasts the state’s most expensive high school (Newton North, right), but it isn’t the only community that prides itself on public education. Next
Dover’s average teaching salary in 2011 was the state’s highest, at $92,765, with Sherborn, Concord-Carlisle, Newton, and Northborough-Southborough close behind, according to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Next
If your student is apt to be on the field as much as in the classroom, settling in the Lincoln-Sudbury (right), Newton North, Acton-Boxborough, or Concord-Carlisle districts may be a good idea, since those high schools have won the most state championships in the area since 2010, according to data from the MIAA. Back to the beginning
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