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How do I find out about employment opportunities?

Carroll primarily advertises open positions on the Association of Independent Schools of New England’s website, aisne.org, and some positions on Monster.com and SchoolSpring.com. We also list our open positions on our website, under Employment.

Are you a private school or a public school?

Carroll School is a private, independent school. The term “independent” identifies schools which are free-standing, non-profit organizations, governed by Boards of Trustees that represent no particular interest group, independent of control by any government. Subject to oversight of its state Board of Education, an independent school is free to establish its own goals, to determine its admission criteria, and to select curricula, teachers and students to carry out the School’s mission, which is reviewed regularly by the Board of Trustees.

What is the fax number for the Carroll School?

The main fax number for the Carroll School is (781) 259-8852.

Do you follow a public school calendar?

Carroll follows a modified public school calendar, including February and April vacation weeks, and two weeks in December. The School has a 180-day school year.

Where is the location for the Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School (formerly Carroll 8/9)?

1st grade (Beginning Readers) through the 5th grade are located on our Lower School campus located at 1841 Trapelo Road in Waltham. Our Middle School (grades 6-8) is located at 25 Baker Bridge Road in Lincoln. Our Upper School (grades 8-9, formerly Carroll 8/9) is located at 45 Waltham Road in Wayland.

Do you have information about accommodations near Carroll?

Carroll School can provide a list of local accommodations. All lodging listed is located within a 10-20 minute drive of Carroll School. 

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