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Public Preschools within 5 miles of 30 Farm Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts

  • School Location Miles Grades Students
  • Wakefield Early Childhood Center At The Doyle School
    11 Paul Avenue
    Wakefield, MA 01880
    (781)246-6420

    1.6 miles
    Grades: PK | 129 students
  • Lynnfield Lynnfield Preschool
    262 Summer Street
    Lynnfield, MA 01940
    (781)581-5140

    2.1 miles
    Grades: PK | 47 students
  • Melrose Early Childhood Center
    16 Franklin Street
    Melrose, MA 02176
    (781)979-2260

    2.2 miles
    Grades: PK | 290 students
  • Stoneham Colonial Park
    30 Avalon Road
    Stoneham, MA 02180
    (781)279-3890

    2.7 miles
    Grades: PK-4 | 266 students
  • Stoneham Robin Hood
    70 Oak Street
    Stoneham, MA 02180
    (781)279-3870

    2.9 miles
    Grades: PK-4 | 368 students
  • Lynn Capt William G Shoemaker
    26 Regina Rd
    Lynn, MA 01904
    (781)477-7450

    3.5 miles
    Grades: PK-5 | 312 students
  • Peabody John E. Mccarthy
    76 Lake Street
    Peabody, MA 01960
    (978)536-5625

    3.8 miles
    Grades: PK-5 | 353 students
  • Reading Rise Preschool
    62 Oakland Road
    Reading, MA 01867
    (781)942-9179

    3.9 miles
    Grades: PK | 91 students
  • Lynn Julia F Callahan
    200 O'callaghan Way
    Lynn, MA 01905
    (781)477-7340

    4.0 miles
    Grades: PK-5 | 474 students
  • Peabody West Memorial
    15 Bow Street
    Peabody, MA 01960
    (978)536-5850

    4.0 miles
    Grades: PK-5 | 238 students
  • Malden Malden Early Learning Center
    257 Mountain Avenue
    Malden, MA 02148
    (781)397-7025

    4.7 miles
    Grades: PK | 299 students
  • Woburn Shamrock
    60 Green Street
    Woburn, MA 01801
    (781)937-8241

    4.8 miles
    Grades: PK-5 | 331 students
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