Pre-K to 8
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| Dr. John Hoogasian|
| Private Catholic School|
17 Grove St, Millbury, MA 01527, USA
Raymond E Shaw Elementa, Assumpti Catholic Church, Elmwood Street Elementa, Millbury Junior/Se High Sch, Millbury Street Elementa
Assumption School (Millbury) is a private, parochial, school in Millbury, Massachusetts, in the United States of America. The school was originally known as "l'Assomption". It was founded in 1925. It was built to serve the French Canadian families of the Our Lady of the Assumption Parish of Millbury.
Assumption School (Millbury) Wikipedia
Presently, the school’s enrollment is approximately 160 students from pre-school to eighth grade , with approximately twenty-five students per class. The school intake comes from Millbury, the Blackstone Valley, Worcester and the surrounding towns. Assumption School is accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Assumption School was the filming location for a short movie, Salamander, based on the crash of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986.
At the school, all grades to grade five are self-contained. Grades six, seven and eight, however, are departmental. All students have art, music, computer, French and physical education classes. Students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade are involved in the Diocesan Declamation Contest each spring. Assumption School has a middle school science fair bi-annually and students participate in the Diocesan Science Fair.
A full day at Assumption School is from 8:30 am to 3pm. Millbury residents can use local school bus transportation, However, families from neighboring towns must provide their own transportation. The school provides an after school care program for students from 3pm to 6pm, for a minimal fee. The school meals are provided through a satellite program from the Millbury Public Schools.
Assumption School has a boys and girls cross country team and basketball team. The cross country team is split between boys and girls. The basketball teams are split between boys and girls in grades five and six, and grades seven and eight.
Jen Heck (film director)