Melrose Montessori School 70 W Emerson St, Melrose, MA02176 Located at the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church, the Melsose Montessori School offers early childhood education for…More kids between the ages of two and seven, which includes pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade. With over 70 years in Melrose, the school provides a low student-to-teacher ratio in order to give each child personalized attention. For more information or a tour, please call the Melrose Montessori School.
Horace Mann Elementary School 40 Damon Ave, Melrose, MA02176 This elementary school, led by Principal Jeffrey Strasnick, is for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The…More school was built in 1949, with an addition completed in 1956, and calls Hesseltine Park its backyard.
St. Mary of the Annunciation School 4 Myrtle St, Melrose, MA02176 St. Mary of the Annunciation School just celebrated its centennial in the 2009 school year. The school, run by St.…More Mary's Parish, provides students from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade with a Catholic education and is the only parochial school in the city. Tuition fees vary by school year, so please visit the website for further information.
Melrose KinderCare is a private, child learning center that specializes in the development of children of different…More age groups. KinderCare is a nation-wide company, owned by The Knowledge Learning Corporation. Its goal is to bring a low student-to-teacher ratio to enhance the development and learning process. There are programs available for the following age groups: infant, toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten and after school programs for most age groups. Schedule a visit on the Web site.
Lincoln Elementary School 80 W Wyoming Ave, Melrose, MA02176 Lincoln Elementary School—completed in 2000—replaced an old high school that was originally built in 1896.…More Lincoln Elementary serves students from kindergarten through to the fifth grade. Lincoln Elementary School, led by Principal Brent Conway, attempts to emphasize each student's individual character development through the C.A.R.E.S. program, which on a daily-basis promotes Citizenship, Acceptance, Respect, Effort and Safety.