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Quincy Public Schools


Quincy Public Schools

Quincy Public Schools
34 Coddington Street,
Quincy, MA 02169

United States
District information
Type Public
Grades K-12
Superintendent Richard DeCristofaro[1]
Schools 19
Budget $135,522,357 total
$14,642 per pupil[2]
Students and staff
Students 9,229[3]
Teachers 679[4]
Student-teacher ratio 13.7 to 1[4]
Other information
SAT scores
482 verbal
520 math
471 writing
1473 total (2014-2015)[5]
Website Quincy Public Schools

Quincy Public Schools (QPS) is a school district that manages schools in Quincy, Massachusetts, USA. The superintendent is Richard DeCristofaro, Sr. It serves a population of approx.93k, of whom approx. 11% are school age.[6]


  • History 1
  • Elementary schools 2
  • Middle schools 3
  • High schools 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6


The Quincy Public Schools first superintendent was Francis W. Parker. F. W. Parker Elementary School was named after him.

Starting on June 8, 2007, the teachers of the Quincy Public Schools began to strike because of pay cuts and health benefit cuts. The strike ended after nearly a week of deadlock, when the courts ruled the strike to be illegal. The teachers were told by court officials that they would be fined $150,000 dollars per day if they didn't stop immediately. They stopped, but not without making their complaints heard. The strike caused the final day of school to be delayed, postponing graduation ceremonies and various other events.

Elementary schools

  • Amelio Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center (preschool)
  • Atherton Hough Elementary School
  • Beechwood Knoll Elementary School
  • Bernazzani Elementary School
  • Lincoln-Hancock Elementary School
  • Clifford Marshall Elementary School
  • Merrymount Elementary School
  • Montclair Elementary School
  • Parker Elementary School
  • Snug Harbor Elementary School (elementary and preschool)
  • Squantum Elementary School
  • Wollaston Elementary School

Middle schools

  • Atlantic Middle School
  • Broad Meadows Middle School
  • Central Middle School
  • Point Webster Middle School
  • Sterling Middle School

High schools

External links

  • Official site


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