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Chelsea Public Schools, Chelsea, MA, Browne School

The Joseph A. Browne School serves grades 5-8 in Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Browne School Day: The Browne School day is as follows:

  • 7:00AM: Breakfast
  • 7:25AM: First Bell
  • 7:35AM: Late Bell
  • 4:15PM: Departure (M,W,Th,F)
  • 1:40PM Departure (Tuesdays only)
  • 11:30AM: Departure on Early Release Days

Principal and Contact Information

Julie Shea, Principal
180 Walnut Street
Chelsea, MA 02150
617-466-5235

What We Believe and Do

What We Believe

We believe that all students can learn and achieve. We are committed to serving the children who need us the most and accept nothing less than an outstanding college-preparatory education for our students.

Vision

Our vision is that all students of the Joseph A. Browne School will move on from eighth grade with the academic skills and habits of mind they need to be successful in high school, college and in their careers.

Our Academic Focus

A coordinated, school-wide effort to have all Joseph A. Browne Middle School students across all content areas demonstrate measurable growth in understanding data and evidence to analyze and draw conclusions through teaching for understanding and student practice as measured by student work, ANET data, and teacher assessments.

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