The Woburn school district in Massachusetts consists of 10 schools, including 7 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 high school, serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The district's schools exhibit a range of performance, with some standout institutions like Linscott-Rumford Elementary School ranking among the top 30% of Massachusetts elementary schools, while others, such as Goodyear Elementary School, struggle to maintain strong academic outcomes.

The data reveals that schools with more diverse student populations, like Shamrock Elementary and Goodyear Elementary, tend to have lower test scores compared to more homogeneous schools. This suggests that the Woburn school district may need to focus on addressing achievement gaps and providing additional support for students from underrepresented backgrounds. Additionally, the data indicates that simply spending more money, as seen at Shamrock Elementary, does not necessarily translate to better performance, highlighting the need for the district to identify and implement effective educational strategies.

The schools with the best student-teacher ratios, such as Shamrock Elementary and Daniel L. Joyce Middle School, do not always have the highest test scores, suggesting that other factors, such as teacher quality and instructional practices, may be more important than class size in driving student achievement. Finally, the data reveals that some schools, like Linscott-Rumford Elementary, have maintained strong performance over the years, while others have struggled to improve, underscoring the need for the district to identify and replicate the successful strategies used by the top-performing schools.

District Detail

 55 Locust Street
Woburn, MA 01801

 (781) 937-8233

SchoolDigger Rank:
207th of 355 Massachusetts districts

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Grades served: PK, KG-12
Students: 4,276

Primary Schools: 7
Middle Schools: 2
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 0

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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