Maureen F. Binienda, Superintendent
Our mission in the Worcester Public Schools is to provide all students the opportunity to advance their scholarship with a rigorous core curriculum and high quality instruction. This enables students to discover the expanse of their academic talents, shape the quality of their character, and develop the confidence to become conscientious, reflective citizens who are empowered to better our community and our world.
For complete information visit the official Worcester Public Schools website.
The City of Worcester on Monday, Oct. 25, joined by community funding partners from the United Way of Central Massachusetts, Greater Worcester Community Foundation and The Hanover Insurance Group, presented another round of prizes to winner's in Worcester's Youth Vax Giveaway.
Posted: Monday 10/25/21
Nominations are now being accepted for the 23rd annual Woman of Consequence and the 19th annual Young Woman of Consequence awards, presented by the City of Worcester Advisory Committee on the Status of Women.
Posted: Monday 10/18/21
City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr. this week announced the hiring of Julie A. Lynch as the Chief of Public Facilities and the promotion of Nicole Valentine and Eric D. Batista to Assistant City Managers.
Posted: Wednesday 09/29/21
When: Tuesday 10/26/21 4:30 PM
Where: Durkin Administration Building, 20 Irving Street
When: Wednesday 10/27/21 12:00 PM
Where: City Hall, Esther Howland Chamber, 455 Main Street
When: Wednesday 10/27/21 2:45 PM
When: Wednesday 10/27/21 6:30 PM
Where: Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School, 10 New Bond Street
Investing in Education
The City of Worcester is committed to improving public schools' infrastructure to help students with their goal of academic excellence. With two major school construction projects in the works and others recently completed, we are dedicated to advancing Worcester's future.
Worcester Night Life
The Night Life Division offers career technical training and lifelong learning at Worcester Technical High School. Courses and workshops are designed to meet the needs of employers, job seekers and lifelong learners. Worcester Public Schools operates the Night Life Division of Adult Continuing Education in partnership with MassHire and the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Worcester offers a wealth of educational opportunities for young people and is proud to have one of the strongest urban public school systems in the state. Worcester has numerous quality public elementary and secondary schools located throughout the City.