Settled in 1638 and incorporated in 1639, Sudbury is a town of 24.7 square miles that has a population of just about 18,000 people. Located Middlesex County in Boston’s Metrowest region Sudbury has a deep colonial history. Bordered by the towns of Wayland, Framingham, Hudson, Marlborough, Maynard, Stow, Concord and Acton, Sudbury is a town that stands just 20 miles west of the city of Boston.
What makes this picturesque neighborhood such a prized place to buy real estate and reside is because in 2005 Sudbury was ranked as the best town to raise a family in all of Massachusetts. Ever since, Sudbury has been near the top of this category year-after-year. The Lincoln-Sudbury High School is a well-regarded institution, which was ranked #20 in Boston Magazine’s top Massachusetts high school chart for 2010. This school underwent a $72 Million project back in June of 2002 that today has it as one of the best high schools in the State. In 2006, the school even won the National Ocean Sciences Bowl Championship, and came second in this competition a year prior in 2005, all of which has thus put The Lincoln-Sudbury High School on the National map.This along with the four top-class elementary schools and the Ephraim Curtis Middle School all further justify Sudbury as being so highly regarded as a family-friendly town.
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