Millbury High School

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Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School
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Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School
12 Martin St.


School typePublic
School districtMillbury
SuperintendentGreg Myers
CEEB code221420
PrincipalChris Lowe
Teaching staff60.60 (FTE)[1]
Enrollment718 (2017–18)[1]
Student to teacher ratio11.85[1]
Color(s)Maroon   White   Gold  
SloganWoolie Pride
Team nameWoolies
RivalsGrafton, Sutton
WebsiteSchool website

Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School is a school in Millbury, Massachusetts that serves 936 students in grades 7 through 12. It was founded in 1851 and was originally located in a building on Millbury's Elm Street, which now houses the Mary Elizabeth McGrath Educational Center, operated by You Inc. It later moved to its current location at 12 Martin Street. It housed grades 9 to 12, and later grades 7 and 8 as well. In 2001, Millbury High was renovated and expanded (along with Elmwood Street School). During that time, grade 7 was moved to Raymond E. Shaw Elementary School, while grades 8 through 12 remained at the high school. After the renovation was finished, grades 7 and 8 were given their own wing of the school, separate from grades 9 through 12. As of 2019, the principal of the high school is Sean Gilrein, the vice principal of the high school is Chris Lowe. The position of vice principal of the junior high school is currently Anne Thompson. Along with core subjects, Millbury High offers band, chorus, gym, music, and art. Their sports teams are the Woolies, and their school colors are maroon, white, and gold they also offer other programs as well.


  1. ^ a b c "Millbury Junior/Senior High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved January 4, 2020.
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Coordinates: 42°12′40.42″N 71°46′05.48″W / 42.2112278°N 71.7681889°W / 42.2112278; -71.7681889