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Ruth M, Home Buyer in Malden, MA

How are the public schools in Malden?

Asked by Ruth M, Malden, MA Tue Jul 24, 2007

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hello Ruth, here is some initial information regarding the Malden public schools.

Having recently completed the sixth new school building in the past five years, Malden's education system is poised at the front line of quality of learning. With new state-of-the-art facilities, the students of Malden will greatly benefit from success in the city's public school system.

Parent Information Center
(781) 397-1568

Foundation for the Advancement of Malden Education
(877) 324-3263

Partnership for Community Schools in Malden
(781) 397-7320

Malden services an approximate student population of 5,468 in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. There are 6 schools associated with the agency, which is classified as being in or near a large city (Malden, MA). Malden allocates approximately $7,542 per pupil for instructional expenses.

Key Statistics:

Grade Levels Offered-- Pre-K to 12

Students 5,468

Per Pupil Expenditures $7,542

District Resources-- Elementary Teachers 221

Middle/High School Teachers 202

Librarians 6

School Grades Students:

Primary Schools: Beebe Kindergarten to 8-- 929
Forestdale Pre-K to 7-- 477
Linden Pre-K to 7-- 672
Ferryway Pre-K to 8-- 884
Salemwood Pre-K to 8-- 1,132

High Schools:

Malden High 9 to 12-- 1,374

The web site that Melissa Mancini recommended is another great source of information. Hope this helps.

My best, John Allaire
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 24, 2007
Hi Ruth,

Here is a website to research the Malden School Systems. It offers ratings from school officials, as well as parents who currently have children attending. You can do side by side comparisons to other schools in this community as well as outside of the community. Best of Luck!!

Melissa Mancini, Realtor, CBR, GRI
Web Reference:
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 24, 2007
I have two children graduating this year. I have been living in malden 45 years. I have seen the school system go through many changes including the introduction of a charter school which my children had attended for 8 years. The schools have become very good. The thing about the high school is the amount of courses that are offered. The children are also allowed to take courses through bunker hill college. the credits from these courses are counted as college courses and also high school credits so they are able to get a class or two done for college before they even graduate.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 29, 2012
Hi Ruth,
check that website, for more information about schools in different areas.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 5, 2009
Hi Ruth,

Please visit our website to get the info you need and deserve.

0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 17, 2007
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