Stoughton Academy

September 9, 2019

We would like to apologize that our telephone line has been experiencing some technical difficulties. In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns about registration for the fall semester, please contact Tom McCormack or Lynne Baeta.

Classes will be starting on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, at the new Stoughton High School, at 7:00 p.m. Doors will be open at 6:00 p.m. If you are a new student, please come in at that time. Please bring a copy of your day school transcript and a copy of your MCAS scores.

We are putting our best effort into getting the phone line repaired as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter.


Stoughton Academy in partnership with Quincy College is now offering college level courses for college credit! Join us for the semester!

What is Stoughton Academy and How Did it Come into Being?

Established by the Stoughton School Committee, under the recommendation of Anthony L. Sarno, Jr., Superintendent of Schools, Stoughton Academy seeks to offer the academic resources of the Stoughton School System to all residents of Stoughton and surrounding communities who desire to complete a course of study and receive a high school diploma.

Who is Eligible to Attend?

Anyone who is not enrolled in high school at the present time but wishes to complete his/her high school education. Students will meet with the Director of Stoughton Academy and review their educational status. The Director will determine appropriate placement and make suggestions as to which courses the student needs to take in order to earn a high school diploma.

Why Should I Enroll?

The best reason to continue your education is to give yourself the maximum advantage when it comes to looking for a job. In today’s very competitive market, the person with the skills gets the job. The more skills you have, the better off you are. Education pays for itself in the long run.

How Much Will It Cost?

The tuition for Stoughton Academy is $200.00 per course. Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday. Each individual course meets once a week from 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm for 16 weeks. One course equals a year’s credit of study in a particular field. A student can take two courses per semester, one on Tuesday evening and another on Thursday evening. Since there are two semesters per year, it is possible to complete four courses per year. See the Stoughton Academy Handbook for more information.

How Do I Apply?

Simple! Complete the application form as thoroughly as you can and return it to Stoughton Academy as soon as possible. If the school you most recently attended was Stoughton High School, your records are on file. If you attended any other high school, arrange to have a transcript of your grades sent to:

Stoughton Academy
232 Pearl Street
Stoughton, MA  02072

Most schools will readily send a transcript when you request it. A meeting with the Director of Stoughton Academy will assist you as you outline your plan of action and program calendar. To schedule a meeting call:

Thomas W. McCormack, III , Director
(781) 341-8701