Easy Access to Boston via Mass Pike: 25 mins

Commuter Rail Back Bay / South Station, Boston:

West Newton: 24 mins • Auburndale: 27 mins • Newtonville: 20 mins

source: Wikipedia,_Massachusetts

Newton is a suburban city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is approximately 7 miles (11 km) west of downtown Boston and is bordered by Boston's Brighton and West Roxbury neighborhoods to the east and south, respectively, and by the suburb of Brookline to the east, the suburbs of Watertown and Waltham to the north, and Weston, Wellesley and Needham to the west. Rather than having a single city center, Newton resembles a patchwork of thirteen villages. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population of Newton was 85,146, making it the eleventh largest city in the state.

Rather than having a single city center, Newton is a patchwork of thirteen villages, many boasting small downtown areas of their own. The 13 villages are: Auburndale, Chestnut Hill, Newton Centre, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls (both on the Charles River, and both former small industrial sites), Newtonville, Nonantum (also called "The Lake"), Oak Hill, Thompsonville, Waban and West Newton.


Elementary Schools (K-5)

  • Bigelow 

  • Brown 

  • F.A. Day 

  • Oak Hill 

  • Angier 

  • Bowen

  • Burr

  • Cabot

  • Countryside

  • FrankliN

  • Horace Mann

  • Lincoln-Eliot

  • Mason-Rice 

  • Memorial Spaulding 

  • Pierce 

  • Underwood 

  • Ward 

  • Williams

  • Zervas 

Middle School Schools (K-5)

  • Bigelow 

  • Brown 

  • F.A. Day 

  • Oak Hill 

High Schools (9-12)

  • Newton North

  • Newton South 

Average spent per student per year in Newton: $18,000

Newton Public School Information Can Be Found Here:



Colleges and universities located in Newton include:



source: Wikipedia,_Massachusetts

Attractive to visitors and residents alike, Newton is a vibrant college community enjoying a close proximity to the Boston metropolitan area. The city is also rich in arts and culture, featuring two symphony orchestras, a large state-of-the-art public library, resident theatre groups and many artistic treasures. The Newton History Museum at the Jackson Homestead, built in 1809 as a farmhouse, served for a period of time as a stop on the Underground Railroad and is now a museum filled with paintings, manuscripts, photographs, maps and numerous historical artifacts. The New Repertory Theatre and Newton Country Players are local theater groups, and Broadway musicals are regularly performed at the Turtle Lane Playhouse. From July through October the city hosts a popular outdoor Farmer's Market.