Public Schools Student:Teacher Ratio Statistics in Massachusetts

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Pre-K
(505)
Pre-K
(505)
 
  • Massachusetts public schools are composed of approximately average 13:1 student:teacher ratio (2021).
  • The public schools in Massachusetts with the lowest student:teacher ratio are listed below.

Public Schools Student:Teacher Ratio Statistics in Massachusetts (2021)

  • School Student: Teacher Ratio Grades Location
  • Rank: #11. Student : Teacher Ratio: 1:1
    Grades: 12174 Brush Hill Avenue
    West SpringfieldMA 01089
    (413) 735-2200

  • Rank: #2-32.-3. Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: 7-8Tower Hill Road
    CuttyhunkMA 02713
    (508) 997-5408

  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Horace Mann School For The DeafSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: PK-1240 Armington Street
    AllstonMA 02134
    (617) 635-8534

  • Rank: #4-74.-7.
    Curtis-tufts
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: 9-12437 Main Street
    MedfordMA 02155
    (781) 393-2343

  • Rank: #4-74.-7. Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: K-8235 Powell Street
    LowellMA 01851
    (978) 937-7655

  • Rank: #4-74.-7.
    Next Wave Junior High SchoolAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: 6-88 Bonair Street
    SomervilleMA 02143
    (617) 629-5640

  • Rank: #4-74.-7.
    Stone Pk-12 School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: 2-121207 Globe Street
    Fall RiverMA 02721
    (508) 675-8405

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 7-1233 North Common Street
    LynnMA 01902
    (781) 268-3007

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14.
    Huntington Therapeutic Day SchoolAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 2-121121 Warren Avenue
    BrocktonMA 02301
    (508) 580-7203

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14.
    Keough Memorial AcademyAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 8-1260 Harpin Street
    BellinghamMA 02019
    (508) 883-5403

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-12Alderman Bldg 37 Alderman Str
    SpringfieldMA 01108
    (413) 750-2484

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14.
    Project C.o.f.f.e.e.Special Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 8-129 Carbuncle Drive
    OxfordMA 01540
    (508) 987-6090

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 8-122 East India Square, 2nd Floor
    SalemMA 01970
    (978) 740-1171

  • Rank: #8-148.- 14. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 6-8118 Alden Street
    SpringfieldMA 01109
    (413) 787-7261

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Balliet Middle School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 6-8111 Seymour Avenue
    SpringfieldMA 01109
    (413) 787-7284

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Chicopee AcademyAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 6-1212 Dare Way
    ChicopeeMA 01020
    (413) 594-3449

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Devens School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 1-1222 Church Street
    EverettMA 02149
    (617) 394-2470

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Full Circle High SchoolAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-1211 Otis Street
    SomervilleMA 02145
    (617) 629-5640

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-1258 Sycamore Street
    LowellMA 01852
    (978) 970-5467

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Medford Vocational Technical High SchoolVocational School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-12489 Winthrop Street
    MedfordMA 02155
    (781) 393-2260

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: PK-67 Brattleboro Road
    GreenfieldMA 01301
    (413) 772-6245

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 1-12233 Haverhill Street
    LawrenceMA 01841
    (978) 975-5980

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    Therapeutic Day SchoolSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 7-12166 Mt Prospect Street
    BridgewaterMA 02324
    (508) 279-2140

  • Rank: #15-2415.- 24.
    William R Fallon
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: K-6100 Robinson Street
    LynnMA 01905
    (781) 477-7401

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32.
    Dorchester Academy
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-1211 Charles St
    DorchesterMA 02125
    (617) 635-9730

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: PK-63080 Hancock Road
    LanesboroughMA 01237
    (413) 738-5676

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 6-12415 Primrose Street
    HaverhillMA 01830
    (978) 374-3482

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: PK-812 Winslow Street
    ProvincetownMA 02657
    (508) 487-5000

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32.
    Seacoast School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-1215 Everard Street
    RevereMA 02151
    (781) 485-2715

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-1290 Berkshire Street
    Indian OrchardMA 01151
    (413) 787-7036

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32.
    Truro Central
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: PK-5317 Route 6
    TruroMA 02666
    (508) 487-1558

  • Rank: #25-3225.- 32. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 6-12455 County Street
    New BedfordMA 02740
    (508) 997-4511

  • Rank: #33-4933.- 49.
    Abbott Memorial
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 7:1
    Grades: PK-856 North County Rd
    North AdamsMA 01247
    (413) 664-6023

  • Rank: #33-4933.- 49.
    Boston Adult AcademyAlternative School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 7:1
    Grades: 11-1220 Church St
    BostonMA 02116
    (617) 635-1542

  • Rank: #33-4933.- 49. Student : Teacher Ratio: 7:1
    Grades: 9-12100 Maxwell St
    Dorchester CenterMA 02124
    (617) 635-9373

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