Newburyport s a small coastal city in Essex County, MA 35 miles Northeast of Boston. A historic seaport with a vibrant tourism industry. Newburyport includes part of Plum Island. The mooring, winter storage and maintenance of recreational boats, motor and sail, still contribute a large part of the city’s income. Large bustling downtown with plenty of shops and restaurants for all tastes. Newburyport is easily accessible via I-95, Route 1, and a short drive to nearby Amesbury to the outer highway of I-495 with Boston commuter rail accessibility. Newburyport is often cited as an example by preservationists of how to maintain a city’s architecture and heritage, while still having it remain functional and liveable.
Newburyport makes several types of activities available for its residents, including a year-round ice skating rink and a beautiful waterfront and boardwalk. Newburyport residents are known to love boating, fishing, swimming, and other water sports. 6 + Parks and Recreation areas for families. Public Parking makes the city’s picturesque downtown shopping district a great location to enjoy boutique shopping. The city sponsors several youth sports leagues, including baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse, basketball, and hockey.
Newburyport School District Includes: Francis T. Bresnahan Lower Elementary School (pre-kindergarten to grade 3), Edward G. Molin Upper Elementary School (grades 4 and 5), Rupert A. Nock Middle School (grades 6 to 8), Newburyport High School (grades 9 to 12), River Valley Charter School (grades K – 8). Newburyport Private Schools include: Immaculate Conception Catholic School (grades pre-kindergarten to 8), Newburyport Montessori School (pre-kindergarten and kindergarten).