Winthrop High School
School DescriptionSCHOOL PROFILE
Located on the North Shore of Massachusetts just 6 miles from downtown Boston, Winthrop High School participates in the 1:1 Apple Initiative, an innovative approach to learning by providing iPads to each student. In addition to the three foreign languages and ESL, Winthrop High School offers many Honors and AP Courses.
The school's entire campus recently underwent full upgrades and renovations. The campus features state-of-the-art athletic facilities, science and computer labs, and more.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Winthrop High School offers sports such as American football and ice hockey as well as a sailing team that takes advantage of its coastal location.
Winthrop actively engages their students in the arts by offering courses like Advanced Drama, Photography, and Digital Art.
AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
The Washington Post has named Winthrop High School one of the Best 20 High Schools in the state of Massachusetts.
One of the oldest settlements in the country, the historical coastal community of Winthrop is located just 10 minutes from Boston Logan International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Boston. Its ideal location allows students to reach the city by public transportation as well as walk to the beach.
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