Living in Sudbury
Sudbury is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Just 23 miles west of Boston, Sudbury is part of Greater Boston’s MetroWest region. The rolling hills and winding streets of the New England town reach a peak at Tipping Rock, Sudbury’s highest point. Tipping Rock provides immaculate views of Boston and the surrounding area. Sudbury is best known for its rich history and academic achievements.
First incorporated in 1639, Sudbury is one of the oldest towns in the country. The Sudbury Center Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Much of the original architecture, including the original Town House built in 1846 has been preserved by the town. Once a rural oasis outside of Boston, Sudbury has grown into a more developed town, though it still has a distinct, countryside charm. Today, many of the colonial houses dot the neighborhoods of the vibrant community, still serving as a home to Sudbury residents. The Sudbury River lies on the town’s border, separating Sudbury and Wayland. Framingham, Hudson, Maynard, Marlborough, Stow, Concord, and Acton border the rest of the town.
Once ranked as the 4th best school district in Massachusetts by Boston in 2011, Sudbury is continually recognized as a premier place to get an education. Students from kindergarten to 8th grade attend the Sudbury Public Schools system and then move on to the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School District. Students of all ages in Sudbury have access to award-winning education, dedicated to their development.
- Josiah Haynes Elementary School
- Israel Loring Elementary School
- General John Nixon Elementary School
- Peter Noyes Elementary School
- Ephraim Curtis Middle School
- Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
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