Northbridge High School

Northbridge High School is a public high school in Whitinsville, Massachusetts, United States. Timothy McCormick is the school's principal. Northbridge participates in the school choice program that allows parents to send their children to schools in communities other than the city or town in which they reside. Tuition is paid by the sending district to the receiving district.

Northbridge High School
Northbridge High School, Whitinsville MA
427 Linwood Avenue


United States
Coordinates42°6′33″N 71°39′28″W / 42.10917°N 71.65778°WCoordinates: 42°6′33″N 71°39′28″W / 42.10917°N 71.65778°W
Open enrollment[1]
School districtNorthbridge Public Schools
PrincipalTimothy McCormick
Number of students584 (2016-17)[2]


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  2. ^ "Northbridge High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 18, 2019.
  3. ^ "Massachusetts High School Teams". High School Football Web.Com. 2006. Retrieved 12 March 2010.
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The Administration Offices for the Northbridge Public Schools is located at 87 Linwood Avenue.

PK-1 is located at the Northbridge Elementary School located at 30 Cross Street (closing 2021)

2-4 is located at the W. Edward Balmer School located at 21 Crescent Street (closing 2021)

Starting in 2022, PK-5 will be located at a new W. Edward Balmer School, located at 21 Crescent Street

5-8 is located at the Northbridge Middle School located at 171 Linwood Avenue

9-12 is located at the Northbridge High School located at 427 Linwood Avenue

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