The Bromfield School

14 Massachusetts Avenue
Harvard, MA 01451

978-456-4152

The Bromfield School is located thirty miles west of Boston in the Northeastern corner of Worcester County in the town of Harvard, Massachusetts. The Bromfield School founded in 1878 by Margaret Bromfield Blanchard boasts a student population of 710 in grades 6-12. The strong academic program includes core courses in mathematics, English, social studies, and science, as well as music, world languages, physical education and fine and applied arts. Students in grades 9-12 fulfill graduation requirements in these core courses and may also take advantage of Advanced Placement courses.

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