Concord Public Schools
Concord – Carlisle Regional High School is the public 9-12th grade high school serving about 1200 students from Concord and Carlisle.
The town is also a part of the Minuteman School District, which enables students to attend the Minuteman High School for vocational-technical education.
Concord Middle School: There are two middle school campuses in Concord, Peabody and Sandborn, but they are technically one school. It serves about 700 6-8th grade students.
There are three elementary schools in Concord serving the K-5 student population:
Concord is home to
The Nashoba Brooks School which is preK-3 co-ed and then 4-8th grade girls only.
The Fenn School is a boys-only 4th through 8th grade school.
Concord Academy is an independent co-ed boarding and day school serving 9th-12th grade students.
Middlesex School is a private high school that is also co-ed and boarding and day.
The Barn Cooperative is a a play-based nursery school that has a two- morning schedule for two-three year olds, and a 3 or 4 morning schedule for 3-5 year olds.
Concord Children’s Center has three campuses and offers full-time, flexible care from 10 weeks through after-school K-2 programs.
Milldam Nursery School is a cooperative nursery school that offers morning programming for 2-5 year olds. It offers two- or three-day toddler (2 year old) classes, and three+ days per week for 3-5 year olds.
The Children’s Meetinghouse is a program with care for infants beginning at 4 months old through 5-year olds.
The Concord Montessori School is a program for kids ages 1.9-5 for September-May programming.
The LEAP School offers school-year and summer programming with extended day options for kids from 2-5 years old.