Fall River Public Schools
Fall River public schools are located in Bristol County, Massachusetts. This is about 46 miles south of Boston. There are approximately 88,857 people living in this city, making it the state’s tenth largest city. This is a predominantly white community in which the median household income is $29,014. As such, you will find a lot of schools here with the majority of the students being Caucasian. Some of the biggest include:
- Carlton M. Viveiros Elementary School is one of the seven elementary schools that is located in this area. It is one of the largest elementary schools serving 812 students.
- William S. Greene Elementary School serves students in grades pre-kindergarten through fifth. There are 603 students (out of a total of 9,939 students in the entire district) enrolled in this school. Approximately 74 percent of these students are Caucasian.
- Henry Lord Middle School is one of the four middle schools located in this district. It serves 628 students in grades six through eight. Approximately 73 percent of these students are Caucasian.
- Morton Middle School is another one of the bigger middle schools in this district. There are actually four middle schools in this community (the others include Matthew J. Kuss and Edmond P. Talbot middle schools). This one serves 638 students in grades six through eight.
- B. M. C. Durfee High School has a student body of 2,550 kids who are in grades nine through twelve. It maintains its own website so that students can stay up-to-date with what is going on in their school. While this is a large high school, the community is dedicated to safety, rigorous learning and installing purpose, responsibility, innovation, diligence and empowerment within their students. Besides doing well academically, this school does quite well with sports, too.