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Lynn Classical High School

Lynn Classical High School
Address
235 O'Callaghan Way
Lynn, Massachusetts, 01905
United States
Information
School type Public
School district Lynn Public Schools
Principal Gene Constantino
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1,513
Color(s) Green and gold
Mascot Classical Rams
Website

Lynn Classical High School is a high school in the city of Lynn, Massachusetts. The school was once located off of the Lynn Commons, which building is now the Fecteau-Leary school. The high school was moved to O'Callaghan Way after the controversial construction of a new facility. The new facility has had to undergo massive reconstruction after it was discovered the building was literally sinking into the ground. It was a well-known fact that the new Classical was built on a former landfill, yet construction broke ground anyway.

Despite being situated in a decidedly urban environment, Classical has maintained a fairly strong track record, in terms of graduation rates and test scores. The school has been lauded in the past by publications such as U.S. News & World Report.

The school also has a strong athletic tradition, and is the school from which Harry Agganis graduated before blossoming into the world class athlete he became. In the main foyer, a mural of Agganis greets visitors to the school.

Lynn Classical is the rival school to Lynn English High School, located on the other side of Lynn, MA.

Ethnic makeup

  • Hispanic/Latino 43% (mostly Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, Guatemalans, Salvadorans, Hondurans)
  • White 27% (most commonly Irish, Italian, Greek, etc.)
  • Black 17% (African Americans, Haitians)
  • Asian 13% (Cambodian, Vietnamese)

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Coordinates: 42°27′59.49″N 70°59′00.30″W / 42.4665250°N 70.9834167°W / 42.4665250; -70.9834167


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