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Oak Middle School

Oak Middle School
45 Oak Street
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01545

Type Public
Principal Ann. M. Jones
Number of students 850
Color(s) Blue, Gold          
Information (508)-841-1200

Oak Middle School is a middle school located in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. It is the upper middle school in the Shrewsbury Public Schools district.

Oak Middle School has a healthy environment and offers several curriculum, such as health, music, band, chorus, mathematics, enrichment, orchestra, chess, foreign languages, social sciences, science, English language arts and more. Oak is in Shrewsbury Massachusetts, 01545, and is a popular public school next door to the New Sherwood Middle School, designated to 5th and 6th graders. Oak is designated to 7th and 8th graders. The principal of the school is Ann M. Jones (Beginning the 2011-2012 school year). A former principal,now principal emeritus, Dr.Sawyer, went on to become assistant superintendent to Dr. Bent and is now the Superintendent of Schools.

External links

  • Oak Middle School Homepage

Coordinates: 42°16′56.76″N 71°43′36.71″W / 42.2824333°N 71.7268639°W / 42.2824333; -71.7268639

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