courtesy of Jayne Blain
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has to offer, or are interested in selling or buying a home this area,
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Harvard is a charming community located in central Massachusetts. These links will give you a flavor of what Harvard has to offer -
Harvard MA Real Estate
Official Town of Harvard Home Page
The Harvard Police Home Page
Commonwealth of Massachusetts "Communities" Page
Massachusetts Department of Education School System Profile - Harvard has a fine tradition of having excellent public schools. Our two children attend the schools and we couldn't be happier!
The MCAS (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System) results. This test is a statewide assessment of the public schools in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. According to a formula worked out by the Boston Globe, the Harvard Public Schools placed first in Massachusetts each year for the first three years of testing. This is quite an achievement! Congradulations! For more information, check out the Boston Globe website. A comparison of school district results for the latest testing is also available. This article appeared in the Boston Globe after the second MCAS test..
The Harvard Public Schools website.
Acton Boxboro Youth Hockey Association - Serving Acton, Boxborough, Harvard, and Bolton. Hockey programs from learn to skate through Bantams.
Shaker Hills Golf Club - According to this page, Golf Digest rates Shaker Hills as the 4th best club in the state. Check out the "course comments" section on the page.
The Harvard Community Theatre
The Village Nursery School - Providing preschool and kindergarten education in Harvard.
The Harvard Repeater Club - The local club for Amateur Radio activities.
State of Massachusetts Community Profile
Fruitlands Museum Home Page
More on Fruitlands Museum
Information on the Shaker Village historic district
The Oak Ridge Observatory and its 61-inch Wyeth Reflector telescope.
The Columbus Day Flea Market - This is a really fun event!
Please keep in mind that the state pages may contain statistical data based on military personell who are no longer living on what was formerly Fort Devens. Fort Devens was closed in 1995, and is now part of Devens. The actual population of Harvard is closer to 5,000 than it is to 12, 000!
I also have web pages with detailed information and links for the following towns in central Massachusetts: