Forbes.com ranked the Cambridge-Newton-Framingham area as the third best place in the United States to educate your child.
Framingham Public Schools have art, music, and media teachers in every school; 100% of classrooms on the internet; a student-teacher ratio of 13.2 to 1; and ESL, early childhood, special ed, and gifted programs. In addition, Keefe Technical School offers alternatives to traditional high school education. 85% of Framingham High seniors go on to college.
We take immense pride in having over 40 sports and extracurricular activities available for our kids, including award-winning high school drama and broadcasting programs. The diversity and individuality of each of our schools make Framingham an exceptional place to educate your family.
Enrollment (Fall 2017): 8,739 preschool through high school
Graduation Rate: 83% (compared to 75% statewide).
Total Faculty (Fall 2017): 661
Faculty with Advanced Degrees: 85%
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13.2 to 1
Keefe Technical School
Since 1972, Keefe Tech has served Framingham and surrounding communities with both academic / college preparatory and vocational high school programs at no additional cost for about 650 students per year. They also offer continuing education courses and summer camps.
A number of private, parochial, and charter schools are located in Framingham: