Welcome to Westford!
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A little bit about the history of Westford...With five of its villages and five cemeteries listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Westford has a rich and interesting history. Westford's numerous ponds and proximity to the Merrimack and Nashua Rivers made this a likely area for Native Americans. There were seasonal fish runs in Stony Brook, the ponds provided freshwater fishing, and there were sites for agriculture and upland hunting and gathering. In his 1883 History of Westford, Rev. Edwin Hodgman notes several sites where Native American artifacts have been found. Native trails linking town centers at Chelmsford, Groton
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School Information in Westford - The public school system in Westford serves students in pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
There are three elementary schools serving Kindergarten through 2nd grade:
Col. John Robinson School,
Nabnasset Elementary School,
Rita Edwards Miller School
Elementary schools that serve
Norman E. Day School
John A. Crisafulli Elementary
Lloyd G. Blanchard Middle School
Stony Brook Middle School
The town has one high school:
Commuting to and from Westford
There are several options exist for commuting out and into Westford, Ma. Westford is divided into two sections by I-495 and is approximately 9 miles from Route 2 and 7 miles from Route 3
Local Routes providing access through Westford to the major transportation corridors are Routes 110, 40, 225 and 27.
If you prefer to ride the train the MBTA Commuter Rail Train Fitchburg Line stops in Littleton, Acton or Concord and terminates at North Station in Boston and, in total, it is about
Updated: 16th November, 2018 6:16 PM.