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Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School
775 Bay Rd, South Hamilton, MA 01982

Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School is the public high school for students in grades nine through 12 in the towns ofMore Hamilton and Wenham. It shares a campus with the Miles River Middle School on Route 1A, north of Hamilton center. It shares a principal with the middle school.

The school's motto is, "A Passion for Learning." In addition to its academic program, the school offers numerous extracurricular programs including sports, arts, music and drama.

Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District
5 School St, Wenham, MA 01984
The central office for the Hamilton-Wenham School District is located in a former junior high school building locatedMore directly next to the Buker School on School Street in Wenham. The district is comprised of five schools in the two towns with about 2,000 students total. The district's mission statement, created in 1993 and reaffirmed in 2005, is: "To educate our children to become knowledgeable, healthy, responsible and productive adults."
Bessie Buker Elementary School
1 School St, Wenham, MA 01984

Bessie Buker Elementary School is the only elementary school in Wenham and it serves Hamilton and Wenham students inMore grades kindergarten through fifth grade.

In addition to two classes each for grades 1-5, the school's 12 classrooms are also home to both half-day and full-day kindergarten classes.

Students at the school perform above average on standardized tests.

The school's staff and administration are guided by several mottos, including ""We Care for Ourselves, Other People and Our Environment," "Educating the Whole Child," "All Children Can and Will Learn" and "Excellence in Teaching and Leading."

The school is located on a small street that's closed to through traffic during school hours.

The school also typically hosts Wenham's town meetings. The gym and multi-purpose room are often used for other large community gatherings and events. The central office for the Hamilton-Wenham School District is located in a separate building adjacent to the Buker School.

Winthrop Elementary School
325 Bay Rd, South Hamilton, MA 01982

Winthrop Elementary School is one of two elementary schools in Hamilton. It serves students in grades K through 5More from both Hamilton and Wenham. The school is located on Bay Rd. (Route 1A) across from Patton Park, and also sits next to the Hamilton Senior Center, fire station and police station.

 

Cutler Elementary School
237 Asbury St, South Hamilton, MA 01982

The Cutler Elementary School is one of two elementary schools in Hamilton and serves students from both Hamilton andMore Wenham. It holds classes for kindergarten through fifth grade. The school has 14 classrooms, a gym, an all-purpose room and a library, plus several acres of playing fields and playground equipment. 

Named after Manasseh Cutler, the minister of the Hamilton parish in the late 1700s and early 1800s, students at the school are expected "to be respectful, be responsible, and be your best."

 

Young Life
11 Rust St, South Hamilton, MA 01982

Young Life is a home-based club where teens from middle school and high school can join with adult leaders as theyMore explore their faith. High school students meet twice each week, once for breakfast before school and once in the evening. Middle school students meet one to two times per month at Gordon College. Summer day camps and trips are also available.

 

Miles River Middle School
787 Bay Rd, South Hamilton, MA 01982

The Miles River Middle School serves students is grades six to eight from Hamilton and Wenham. It was built in 1998More on the same site next to the high school on Bay Road (Route 1A) and shares a principal with the high school.

 

Pingree School
537 Highland St, South Hamilton, MA 01982

Pingree School is a co-ed college preparatory day school located on a splendidly scenic campus off Highland AvenueMore near Harold Parker State Park.

The school began with 30 girls in 1960 and went co-ed in 1971. The 100 acre campus is on the former Flying Horse Farm that was owned by the Pingree family, who left the property to become a school.

In addition to the main building, the campus is also home to extensive playing fields and a rink, plus a performing arts center.