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Marshfield High School (Massachusetts)

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Marshfield High School (Massachusetts)

Marshfield High School
167 Forest Street
Marshfield, Massachusetts, Plymouth County, 02050
Principal Robert Keuther
Grades 9-12
Campus type Suburban
Mascot Rams
Rival Duxbury High School
Average SAT scores 520 verbal
523 math
519 writing (2010)[1]
Affiliations Marshfield Public Schools

Marshfield High School is located in Marshfield, Massachusetts. It currently serves grades 9-12. Student Population as of 2010 is over 1300 students. The principal of the school is Robert E. Keuther. It is the only Public High School in Marshfield, there are currently no private high schools located in Marshfield.


The High School was built in 1969 and is soon going to be demolished and replaced by the new High School, which is going to be finished around the end of 2014. The new high school is going to have 3 floors and the actual construction was started in 2012.

Notable alumni


Coordinates: 42°6′30.5″N 70°44′17.2″W / 42.108472°N 70.738111°W / 42.108472; -70.738111

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