University Park Campus School

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University Park Campus School
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University Park Campus School
12 Freeland Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

United States
Coordinates 42°14′49″N71°49′31″W / 42.2469°N 71.8252°W / 42.2469; -71.8252 Coordinates: 42°14′49″N71°49′31″W / 42.2469°N 71.8252°W / 42.2469; -71.8252
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Type Public
Open enrollment [1]
School district Worcester Public Schools
PrincipalDaniel St. Louis
Faculty19.14 (FTE) [2]
Grades7–12
Enrollment240 (2018–19) [2]
Student to teacher ratio12.54 [2]
Website worcesterschools.org/school/university-park-campus-school/

The University Park Campus School is a public school in the Main South neighborhood of Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. It educates 239 students in grades 712 as of 201718. [2] Opened in 1997, the school is operated by a partnership between nearby Clark University and Worcester Public Schools. [3] In March 2010, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick visited the school to promote educational reform. [4]

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References

  1. http://www.doe.mass.edu/finance/schoolchoice/choice-status.pdf
  2. 1 2 3 4 "University Pk Campus School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 3, 2021.
  3. UPCS Institute
  4. Mass. governor pays visit to University Park Campus School New England Cable Network, March 2, 2010