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Grafton High School (Massachusetts)

Grafton High School
Grafton High School
Address
24 Providence Rd, Grafton, MA 01519
Grafton, MA USA
Coordinates 42°12′43″N 71°41′44″W / 42.21196°N 71.69564°W / 42.21196; -71.69564Coordinates: 42°12′43″N 71°41′44″W / 42.21196°N 71.69564°W / 42.21196; -71.69564

Information
Type Public School
Motto "To prepare our students intellectually, physically, and socially for their role as life-long learners and responsible citizens."
Established 1993
Principal [1]
Vice principal [2]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 666 student
Color(s) Green & White          
Athletics conference Southern Worcester County League
Mascot Indians
Average SAT scores 536 verbal
554 math
532 writing (2010)[1]
Newspaper The Warpath
Website

Grafton High School is a high school in Grafton, Massachusetts USA. It has a population of 750 students in grades 9-12 with an average class size of 21.

The curriculum offers a wide variety of courses in areas of business and computer science, music, video game design, English, family consumer science, health, physical education, mathematics, science and technology, social studies, special education, visual and performing arts, world languages, community service, school service, and independent studies.

References

External links

  • Official Website
  • Grafton Public Schools Website
  • Grafton High School Facebook Page


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