Perkins School for The Blind 175 N Beacon St, Watertown, MA02472 Perkins School for The Blind is the oldest school for the blind in the country. In fact, Helen Keller and her teacher,…More Anne Sullivan, attended the school. Today, the school educates 200 students on campus, 280 in Massachusetts public schools and 45,000 in 64 countries around the globe. The school opened in 1829 in Boston, and moved to the 38-acre campus in Watertown in 1910.
Watertown High School 50 Columbia St, Watertown, MA02472 This comprehensive high school of more than 700 students offers a wide range of programs. The school has advanced…More placement classes in nine subjects. Watertown High school also runs a school-to-career program and students can take classes through their Virtual High School. Students can participate in a variety of clubs, extracurricular activities and athletic teams.
Beacon High School 917 Belmont St, Watertown, MA02472 Founded in 1971, Beacon High School is an alternative high school located in Watertown. The school mixes educational and…More therapeutic services to foster student growth and responsibility. Students typically have struggled in school due to emotional problems and learning difficulties. The school provides a college preparatory program in a safe and supportive setting.
Watertown Public Schools - District Offices 30 Common St, Watertown, MA02472 The offices for the Watertown Public Schools are located on Common Street, across from Watertown High School. The…More offices of the superintendent, assistant superintendent, director of business and director of student services are located in the building. The district covers pre-kindergarten to 12th grade. During the 2009-2010 school year, the district had 2,462 students. This district includes one high school, a middle school and three elementary schools. The building's parking lot is accessible from Marshall Street.
Watertown Co-Operative Nursery School 525 Main St, Watertown, MA02472 The Watertown Co-Operative Nursery School is a private, non-profit nursery school that offers a playground, plus ample…More space inside for activities.
Watertown Cooperative Nursery School 525 Main St, Watertown, MA02472 Watertown Cooperative Nursery School offers pre-school and extended day programs for children ages 3-5. Opened in 1952,…More it has become a nurturing environment that promotes individual creativity, group participation, and critical thinking. The school is NYAEC accredited and additionally offers a summer program. For enrollment information, call the office at the number provided.
Cunniff Elementary School 246 Warren St, Watertown, MA02472 The smallest public elementary school in Watertown serves the west end of town. The school has made an effort to…More incorporate technology into teaching. The school has Wi-Fi and a laptop computer lab for classes to use. There are two classes per grade level (three in kindergarten). Cunniff features a mural that was painted in spring 2010 by students, staff, parents and others.
Lowell Elementary School 175 Orchard St, Watertown, MA02472 The historic Lowell Elementary School sits atop a hill on Orchard Street. The school has made an effort to incorporate…More technology into the classroom. Students in grades three through five make weekly visits to the computer lab. The library is an important part of the school, and students in preK through grade two go there at least once a week.
The School of Rock 120 Elm St, Watertown, MA02472 The School of Rock channels youthful energy into on-stage fun and performance. The school offers…More classes geared for kids from second graders to high school seniors, and there lessons in playing the guitar, drums, bass, keyboard, as well as vocals. The teachers are all practicing musicians.
St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School 47 Nichols Ave, Watertown, MA02472 Students at St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School take all the usual classes but also have an hour of Armenian…More language study each day. The school has a preschool and an elementary school, for students through the fifth grade. The 190 students come from Watertown and its surrounding communities in the Boston area. The elementary school is located on the second floor of the Armenian Cultural and Educational Center, and the preschool is located in a separate building nearby.
Watertown Middle School 68 Waverley Ave, Watertown, MA02472 Watertown Middle School serves the entire town and currently hosts 585 students. Students are grouped into clusters,…More each of with its own team of teachers. The school offers a range of elective classes, including art, band, chorus, newspaper and video production. The school recently added a fitness center and school officials has made efforts to expand technology through the addition of two mobile laptop computer labs.
Cunniff School Playground 246 Warren St, Watertown, MA02472 This small playground, adjacent to Cunniff Elementary School, has swings, a jungle gym, a bench and a paved pathway…More leading off to a neighboring street.
Four Seasons Pre School 15 Hall Ave, Watertown, MA02472 Four Seasons Pre School, established in 1981, teaches up to 30 children in a school situated in a home on a quiet…More residential street. Its director, Karen Arena, has taught preschool for the past 28 years. The school has three classrooms, including one for children not quite ready for kindergarten. Four Seasons also has a infant/toddler program located on Poplar Street.
The Atrium School 69 Grove St, Watertown, MA02472 Atrium seeks to provide a progressive education where students grow socially as well as academically and learn deeply…More about subjects rather than knowing a little about a lot of topics. Every Friday, the whole school gathers to celebrate what is going on in classrooms, welcome guests and have special programs. In 2006, the school moved to a new location in East Watertown where Atrium built a green school.
Jewish Community Day School 57 Stanley Ave, Watertown, MA02472 The school serves the Jewish community in the Boston area, and welcomes a wide range of "Jewish expression." Students…More use Hebrew and English throughout the day. JCDS seeks to provide students with awareness and appreciation of differences among individuals and groups, as well as teaching Jewish social and moral values. In the Lower School, students have two teachers per classroom. The school's Learning Center provides assistance to both teachers and students.
Abaka Armenian School for the Performing Arts 101 Bigelow Ave, Watertown, MA02472 Abaka Armenian School for the Performing Arts occupies a single wood-floored studio on Bigelow Avenue. It is dedicated…More to teaching children of Armenian descent about the richness of Armenian culture through age-appropriate classes in Armenian dance, as well as other programs designed to promote Armenian culture and heritage. The school is open to children ages 3-16.