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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 53 top private schools located in Massachusetts that offer Swimming as an interscholastic sport.

Top Massachusetts Swimming Private Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Academy Of Notre Dame
    Academy Of Notre Dame Photo - Academy of Notre Dame Tyngsboro
    (Roman Catholic)
    180 Middlesex Road
    Tyngsboro, MA 01879

    Grades: NS-12 | 431 students
  • 110 Shore Dr
    Worcester, MA 01605

    Grades: PK-12 | n/a students
  • Bay Farm Montessori Academy
    Bay Farm Montessori Academy Photo - The culture and curriculum at Bay Farm spring from a strong Montessori foundation.
    Montessori School
    145 Loring Street
    Duxbury, MA 02332

    Grades: NS-8 | 159 students
  • 416 Pond Street
    Boston, MA 02130

    Grades: NS-12 | 447 students
  • 7 Boyden Lane
    Deerfield, MA 01342

    Grades: 9-12 | 648 students
  • 40 Independence Ave
    Braintree, MA 02184

    Grades: 7-12 | 596 students
  • 16 Medford St
    Arlington, MA 02474

    Grades: PK-12 | 833 students
  • Austin Preparatory School
    Austin Preparatory School Photo
    (Roman Catholic)
    101 Willow St.
    Reading, MA 01867

    Grades: 6-12 | 748 students
  • 94 Old Main St
    Deerfield, MA 01342

    Grades: K-9 | 224 students
  • 373 Elsbree Street
    Fall River, MA 02720

    Grades: 8-12 | 296 students
  • Bishop Stang High School
    Bishop Stang High School Photo - The 2016-17 Basketball Season was one of the most exciting in school history. Our entire school community enjoyed the amazing run of the Varsity Boys Basketball Team as they captured the State Championship Title.
    (Roman Catholic)
    500 Slocum Road
    North Dartmouth, MA 02747

    Grades: 9-12 | 550 students
  • 94 Bradford St
    Lawrence, MA 01840

    Grades: 5-8 | 120 students
  • Boston College High School
    Boston College High School Photo - The labyrinth in our main common area provides a metaphor for the reflective journey you take through life, as well as the internal discovery of yourself.
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    150 William T Morrissey Blvd
    Dorchester, MA 02125

    Grades: 7-12 | 1539 students
  • 50 Osterville West Barnstable Road
    Osterville, MA 02655

    Grades: K-12 | 223 students
  • Cardinal Cushing Centers
    Cardinal Cushing Centers Photo - Our educational and vocational programs provide a full complement of services including; speech, occupational, and physical therapies, art and music therapy, and adapted physical education.
    Special Education School (Roman Catholic)
    405 Washington St
    Hanover, MA 02339

    Grades: Inquire with school | 102 students
  • Catholic Memorial
    Catholic Memorial Photo
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    235 Baker St
    West Roxbury, MA 02132

    Grades: 7-12 | 665 students
  • 71 Montague City Rd
    Greenfield, MA 01301

    Grades: PK-8 | 142 students
  • 2 Hamilton St
    Taunton, MA 02780

    Grades: 5-12 | 486 students
  • 45 Dana Road
    Wellesley, MA 02482

    Grades: 5-12 | 468 students
  • 20 Newton St
    Brookline, MA 02445

    Grades: NS-12 | 415 students
  • 271 Pine Nook Road
    Deerfield, MA 01342

    Grades: 6-9 | 256 students
  • 8 Farrington Ave
    Gloucester, MA 01930

    Grades: NS-8 | 39 students
  • 57 Holton Street
    Boston, MA 02134

    Grades: PK-12 | 272 students
  • Italian Home For Children
    Special Education School
    1125 Centre St
    Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

    Grades: NS-8 | 34 students
  • Kingsley Montessori School
    Kingsley Montessori School Photo
    Montessori School
    30 Fairfield Street and 26 Exeter Street
    Boston, MA 02116

    Grades: NS-6 | 353 students
  • Landmark School
    Landmark School Photo - Small class sizes ranging from 4-8 students.
    Special Education School
    429 Hale St
    Prides Crossing, MA 01965

    Grades: 9-12 | 310 students
  • 99 Crystal St
    Malden, MA 02148

    Grades: 9-12 | 556 students
  • Matignon High School
    Matignon High School Photo - This February, Matignon and Arlington High School had an amazing opportunity to visit one of the worldâ's most beautiful cities, London, England! Not only did we have so much fun, we also learned a great deal of British history. We saw many famous sights throughout London, took many incredible excursions, ate at culturally diverse restaurants, and saw three spectacular theatre productions. I have always had an obsession with London and seeing these places and hearing the history was very exciting. Seeing the famous sites that I have only seen in movies and books was surreal. None of us could stop snapping pictures. Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and Tower Bridge were larger than life. We also visited Kensington Palace where Princess Diana lived, the Tower of London which houses the crowned jewels, Saint Paulâ's Cathedral, Prince Albert Memorial, and Trafalgar Square. Besides its famous lions and Lord Nelsonâ's column, Trafalgar Square has a statute of George Washington. I found it interesting that because George Washington had vowed to never step on English soil again, the statute was placed on soil shipped from Mount Vernon in order to honor his wish. We also visited the British Museum that houses the Rosetta Stone, the key to deciphering hieroglyphics, as well as the Tate Modern containing many unique pieces of modern art. And of course we shopped at Harrods, one of the largest department stores in the world! Harrods has everything from top designers to a spectacular food emporium carrying everything from fresh meats and seafood to fine teas, chocolates, and desserts. Our trip would not have been complete without a ride on the London Eye, a huge ferris wheel-like structure with glass observation rooms and an incredible view of London. Even learning how to navigate through the London Tube (subway) system was fun as there were constant reminders to âœmind the gapâ" between the train and the platform. That phrase is so popular that some of us even purchased âœmind the gapâ" tee shirts. *Excursions* Our motor coach excursions out of London took us to Windsor Castle where the Queen resides when she is not at Buckingham Palace. I saw someone walking a corgi on the castle grounds. Who knows, it might have been the Queenâ's royal pooch. We also visited the mysterious, 5,000 year old Stonehenge. Although no one knows for sure, some believe that it may have been a religious temple, an astronomical clock, or a Bronze Age burial ground. Along with Stonehenge, we explored Bath, a beautiful city dating back to the first century AD when it was built by the Romans. The Romans built baths using the only thermal springs that exist in the UK. Stratford Upon-Avon was yet another charming town. We visited William Shakespeareâ's home and the cottage of his wife, Anne Hathaway. One of my favorite places we toured was Oxford University, one of the oldest universities in the world. Did you know that you could earn an undergraduate degree at Oxford in only 3 years? Thereafter, you can obtain your Masterâ's by just paying a fee of about $50 a year! What a great deal if you are lucky enough to get in. Among its famous graduates are Bill Clinton and C. S. Lewis, the author of the Chronicles of Narnia. The benefit to having tour guides is that you learn the history behind all the places you visit. I will never forget the story of King Henry VIIIâ's six wives and what happened to them with the trick our tour guide taught us; divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. I have been studying medieval history and Shakespeare this year and it was really cool to connect what I have learned to places that I have seen. We also learned some cool fun facts. Have you ever heard the expression âœsaved by the bellâ"? Well, it originated hundreds of years ago when people were accidentally buried alive. To solve the problem, a string would be tied to the finger of the deceased. A bell would be on the end above ground and if the person was still alive, he/she would move their finger and be well, saved by the bell. If you are a Harry Potter fan like I am, you would have enjoyed walking over Millennium Bridge that was destroyed by death eaters in the fifth movie, seeing the front of the building that was used as Gringotts Bank, and seeing the building in Oxford where the famous Great Hall dining scenes were filmed. Each night we dined at different restaurants. We were exposed to many different cuisines from Turkish to French to traditional English food like fish and chips. We even ate at a restaurant called Wagamama, which serves noodles and other Asian food. The only ones in the United States are found right here in Massachusetts. Some of us just could not resist a burger at the world famous original Hard Rock Café. Although some of us were a bit picky, it was cool to try new types of food from all over the world. *Theatre* One of the major highlights of our trip was going to the theatre. We saw three amazing plays: Sister Act, The 39 Steps, and Wicked. They were definitely very memorable, and we all really enjoyed them. We also had a tour of the Theatre Royal at Drury Lane, the oldest theatre in the world and were the Queen attends plays. Apparently, the theatre is haunted and several people claim that they have seen a ghost walking through one of the walls. When the wall was torn open a few years ago, a manâ's skeleton was found inside. To complete our theatre education, we attended a workshop at Shakespeareâ's Globe Theatre. There we learned about plays during the time of Shakespeare. *Appreciation* One of the nice things about school trips is that everyone really gets a chance to know each other better and make new friends. Our chaperones, including Mrs. Dâ'Angelo, Ms. Foley, and Ms. Rad were really great. I especially want to thank Ms. Rad for putting this fun and educational trip together. It was nice spending time with everyone in a non-school setting. Overall, I think I speak for my classmates when I say that we all had a blast in London. It was an amazing experience and I wish we could do it all over again. Article written by Julia Capano (Class of 2013)
    (Roman Catholic)
    1 Matignon Rd
    Cambridge, MA 02140

    Grades: 9-12 | 462 students
  • Meadowridge Academy
    Meadowridge Academy Photo - Meadowridge Academy dining room.
    Special Education School
    664 Stevens Rd
    Swansea, MA 02777

    Grades: 8-12 | 36 students
  • 170 Centre Street
    Milton, MA 02186

    Grades: K-12 | 980 students
  • One Lamplighter Way
    Gill, MA 01354

    Grades: 9-12 | 650 students
  • Notre Dame Academy
    All-girls (Roman Catholic)
    425 Salisbury Street
    Worcester, MA 01609

    Grades: 9-12 | 192 students
  • Notre Dame Academy School
    All-girls (Roman Catholic)
    1073 Main Street
    Hingham, MA 02043

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Perkins School For The Blind
    Perkins School For The Blind Photo - A student smiles broadly at his mother as a teacher offers his right hand for a low five.
    Special Education School
    175 North Beacon Street
    Watertown, MA 02472

    Grades: PK-12 | n/a students
  • 180 Main Street
    Andover, MA 01810

    Grades: 9-12 | 1146 students
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