Lynnfield High School is a four-year, coeducational public high school for students in grade nine through twelve residing in the town of Lynnfield, Massachusetts.
|Lynnfield High School|
275 Essex Street
|School district||Lynnfield Public Schools|
|Principal||Mr. Robert Cleary|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Athletics conference||Cape Ann League|
|Team name||Lynnfield Pioneers|
|Rival||North Reading High School|
|Accreditation||New England Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Communities served||Lynnfield, Massachusetts|
Lynnfield High School is a member of the Cape Ann League and is a Division III competitor in the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Sports teams are known as the Pioneers, and school colors are blue and gold. The school's traditional rival is North Reading High School, against whom Lynnfield plays a football game each Thanksgiving Day. Lynnfield High offers sports in the fall, winter, and spring seasons.
In order to graduate from Lynnfield High School, students must earn 108 credits and meet the following departmental and community service requirements:
|English||English 9, 10, 11, 12 (including Research Paper in grade 11)|
|Mathematics||Four full-year math courses|
|Science||Three full-year science courses|
|Social Studies||Modern World History, U.S. History I, U.S. History II|
|Unified Arts||One semester course|
|Business/Technology||One semester course|
|Physical Education/Health||PE 9/Health, PE 10, PE 11, PE 12|
|Community Service||35 hours (20 hours to be completed by the end of grade 10; an
additional 15 hours to be completed by the end of semester one of the senior year)
Students must be scheduled for a minimum of 27.5 credits (or the equivalent) per school year. At least one semester elective is required of all students.
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William Joseph Adams (born February 4, 1950) is a former American football offensive guard in the National Football League. He played for the Buffalo Bills. He played college football at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
He was the head football coach for the Lynnfield High School Pioneers in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. He taught Physical Education and Health for many years until his retirement after the 2009-2010 school year. He will remain Co-Athletic Director with Neil Weidman, the new head football coach. He is currently a substitute teacher and ISS supervisor at Georgetown High School in Georgetown, MA.Bishop Feehan High School
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This is a list of high schools in the state of Massachusetts.Lynnfield, Massachusetts
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Massachusetts public high schools
Italics indicates closed schools