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Shrewsbury Senior High School
65 Holden St, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Built in 2007, the new Shrewsbury Senior High School has offered students great achievements in standardized testMore scores, as well as participation in co-curricular activities and athletics (despite user fees). Students are committed to giving back to the community by participating in local and national community organizations.
Shrewsbury School Department
100 Maple Ave, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

The Shrewsbury School Department is located at 100 Maple Ave. in the town hall. They serve one preschool, aMore centralized kindergarten program, four elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.

The School Committee is also part of the School Department. It consists of five members: Chair Sandry Fryc, and members: Erin Canzano, B. Dale Magee, Mark Murray and Steve Levine.

Donahue Rowing Center
237 N Quinsigamond Ave, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Owned and operated by the Town of Shrewsbury Parks and Recreation Department, the Donahue Rowing Center is locatedMore on Lake Quinsigamond. It serves area high school and college crew programs and also has rental racks for storage. 
Kumon of Shrewsbury
196 Boston Tpke, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Kumon was founded in Japan in 1958 and has franchise locations in 46 countries. The Shrewsbury location hasMore been opened for 15-plus years, assisting students in preschool through high school with math and reading and to help them gain confidence and become self motivated in the learning process. It is a worksheet-based program as each student is instructed and guided by a certified Kumon instructor.   

Students are often enrolled in Kumon for remedial assistance or enrichment purposes for math and reading. One family commented that their son has been with the program in Shrewsbury for nine years, and has always been one step ahead of classmates.

Tuition is $100-$110 a month for the first child, and $95-$105 a month for siblings. Prices are per subject.   

Students meet at the facility twice a week in spacious classroom areas, but have daily assignments to complete at home because Kumon feels repetition assists with reinforcement  and retention.  

There is a comfortable waiting area for parents and several display areas for the students' work.

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