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Public Schools

The Weymouth Public Schools District consists of one preschool (PK), eight primary schools (K-4), two middle schools (5-8), and one high school. All public schools operate under the supervision of the Weymouth School Committee (elected every two years) and a Superintendent of Schools appointed by the Committee.

District Administration
Adminstration Building111 Middle St781-335-1460
Preschools (PK)
Johnson Early Childhood Center70 Pearl St781-335-0191
Primary Schools (K-4)
Academy Avenue Primary School94 Academy Ave781-335-4717
Frederick C. Murphy Primary School419 Front St781-331-2862
Lawrence W. Pingree Primary School1250 Commercial St781-337-2974
Ralph Talbot Primary School277 Ralph Talbot St781-335-7250
Thomas V. Nash Jr. Primary School1002 Front St781-340-2506
Thomas Hamilton Primary School400 Union St781-335-2122
Wessagusset Primary School75 Pilgrim Rd781-335-2210
William Seach Primary School770 Middle St781-335-7589
Middle Schools (5-8)
Abigail Adams Middle School89 Middle St781-335-1100
Maria Weston Chapman Middle School1051 Commercial St781-337-4500
High Schools (9-12)
Weymouth High School (WHS)1 Wildcat Way781-337-7500
1 Wildcat Way781-337-7500
Weymouth Evening High School1 Wildcat Way781-337-7500

Private Schools

Private schools, including parochial schools, generally operate independently of local or state authority. However, some aspects of these programs, such as those involving students with disabilities, are subject to regulation under state law. 

The following list has been assembled for the convenience of residents based on public information. It is not meant to be an exhaustive directory of the community's private schools. Nor does the mention of any organization constitute an endorsement by the Town. All information was deemed accurate at the time of publication but is subject to change without the Town's knowledge. To request any updates in information, please contact the Mayor's Office at (781) 340-5012 or email

Preschools (PK)
Children's Choice Nursery385 Ralph Talbot St781-337-2698
Early Childhood Preschool & Learning Center1149 Main St781-340-6070
First Baptist Christian School40 West St781-335-6232
Forest Street Academy191 Forest St781-340-1779
Just Right Child Care16 Church St781-337-8514
Kindercare Learning Center683 Pleasant St781-335-5181
Old South Union Preschool25 Columbian St781-335-2545
Quincy Community Action Programs - Head Start22 Pray St (Quincy)617-249-2000
Sacred Heart Preschool75 Commercial St781-335-6010
St. Francis Xavier Preschool234 Pleasant St781-335-6868
St. Jerome Preschool598 Bridge St781-335-1235
Shanahan Learning Center24 Athens St781-335-6169
South Shore Christian Academy45 Broad St781-331-4340
South Shore STARS206 Middle St781-331-8505
Elementary Schools (K-8)
First Baptist Christian School40 West St781-335-6232
Sacred Heart Elementary School75 Commercial St781-335-6010
South Shore Christian Academy45 Broad St781-331-4340
St. Francis Xavier Elementary School234 Pleasant St781-335-6868
St. Jerome Elementary School598 Bridge St781-335-2166
Secondary Schools (9-12)
South Shore Christian Academy45 Broad St781-331-4340

Early Childhood Care and Education

Families can learn about local providers of early education and care through the following programs:

Child Family Community Center

The Child Family Community Center maintains a childcare directory for residents and provides education, play, and referral resources to families with children ages 0-8. Free services include child development screenings and provider referrals to assist families with making informed decisions about their children’s care and early education. Play groups are offered year round for an annual registration fee. Other services available to registered families include parent workshops, story times, and special activities at community locations (e.g., libraries and parks). The Center is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care under the Commonwealth’s Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) Program.

Community Cares for Kids (CCK)

Community Cares for Kids (CCK) is Weymouth's designated child care resource and referral program under the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The program consists of several components designed to help families make educated child care choices, improve the affordability of child care for income-eligible families, and increase the quality and availability of child care services. Weymouth residents can obtain customized lists of child education and care providers based on your family’s individual needs. Information on how to select a provider is also available.