City of Attleboro School Department 100 Rathbun Willard Dr, Attleboro, MA02703 The Attleboro School Department, located in Attleboro High School, uses several guiding principles in the day-to-day…More operations of the city's schools. The main role of the department is to support the schools in the district with transportation, facility help and food in a manner that is respectful, fair and inclusive. The department operates a total of nine schools with more than 500 full-time and part-time educators, more than 80 percent of whom have been teaching in the Attleboro district for more than three years.
Brennan Middle School 320 Rathbun Willard Dr, Attleboro, MA02703 Brennan Middle School, home of the Bulldogs, is one of Attleboro's three middle schools. The school is located adjacent…More to Attleboro High School and the Irvin Elementary School. Brennan uses the National Science Foundation's Connected Mathematics Project, a program that teaches students how to use concepts, skills and procedures to study algebra, geometry, statistics and measurement.
Attleboro High School 100 Rathbun Willard Dr, Attleboro, MA02703 Attleboro High School, home of the Bombadiers, is a comprehensive public high school accredited by the National…More Association of Schools and Colleges. AHS serves between 1,700 to 1,800 students each year. Students have access to a slew of academic, social and extracurricular activities, and access to career and vocation-related programs. An annual tradition for the high school football team is to play against rival North Attleborough High School's Rocketeers in the Thanksgiving Day football game. Located in the school is the city's school department and superintendent's office.
Attleboro Evening Diploma Program 100 Rathbun Willard Dr, Attleboro, MA02703 Attleboro Evening Diploma Program provides an accredited alternative for students unable to graduate from a traditional…More high school. The program is separate from Attleboro High School, and offers a curriculum which provides students with the necessary skills and preparation for continuing on to higher education, or to obtain gainful employment. Graduation from the Attleboro Evening Diploma Program entails obtaining 20 credits in ELA, Math and Social Studies, 15 in Science, 5 in Physical Education and Health, 5 in Art and 25 in elective studies.