Marco from Italy chose to study in America because it has been his dream to be at one of the top American Universities such as Harvard and MIT.
Marblehead High School
School DescriptionSCHOOL PROFILE
Ranked as one of the top 25 best public schools in the state of Massachusetts, Marblehead High School is an academically competitive school boasting an "A " rating by Niche.com, a silver medal from US News and World Report, various AP courses, and an ideal coastal location under an hour from the city of Boston.
Opened in 2003, Marblehead High School’s hilltop campus spans 30 acres with an auditorium, workshop spaces for cultural and technology programs, community areas, and sporting facilities.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Marblehead High School takes advantage of its New England location by offering a skiing team in the winter and a sailing team in the spring. Students can also participate in traditional team sports like basketball and tennis.
Students at Marblehead have won awards for their artwork in the Alliance for Community Media’s Northeast Region Video Festival and the Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
The coastal community of Marblehead, MA was settled by pilgrims in 1629. Located less than 20 miles north of Boston, the town is situated on a harbor and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The town's rich history is reflected in its lighthouse, museums, brick and cobblestone streets along with 17th and 18th century architecture.
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Shalane Flanagan - Olympic bronze medalist track and field events
Joel Mark Noe - groundbreaking reconstruction surgeon, professor at Harvard Medical School
Cory Schneider - American professional ice hockey goalie, American Hockey League, Vancouver Canucks
- 9, 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
Diploma Year Offered?Yes
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Accepting Students in Grades10, 11, 12
Other - Eligibility Requirements?Marblehead does not accept grade 12 students for the January intake.
Real Stories from Real Students:
I chose Marblehead High School because I wanted a school near Boston, because of the colleges that I am interested in, specifically Harvard and MIT. In terms of sports and the facilities, the school is just great. Among the schools offered, it was considered one of the hardest ones with the hardest courses. I’ve always felt surrounded by great people who was ready to help me.
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