Sudbury

Welcome to Sudbury

Sudbury (pop. 18,000) is a residential town and historic mill village located 20 miles west of Boston in the hi-tech area between Routes 128 and 495. Not surprisingly, many residents are employed in technology, medicine, education, law, consulting and finance. Sudbury was settled in 1638 and is one of the oldest towns in New England. It has many undeveloped acres, which gives it a pastoral charm,as well as a number of historic buildings, the most famous of which is the Wayside Inn (see below). Sudbury often ranks high in regional and national surveys that rate best places to raise a family, in part due to its excellent public schools and plenty of recreational facilities including tennis and basketball courts, a town swimming pool, horseback and hiking trails, and many playing fields.

Quick Facts

Population

17,659

Female

9,042

Male

8,617

  • White
    15,779
    89.4%
  • Hispanic
    350
    2.0%
  • Asian alone
    1,040
    5.9%
  • Black
    137
    0.8%
Median Home Price

$ 826,833

Average Income

$185,701

Median resident age

42.5 years

Sudbury Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
Corwin-Russell School At Broccoli Hall6-12Private–: –/–3
Ephraim Curtis Middle6-8Middle2017: 50/48713.7
General John Nixon ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 48/93813.4
Israel Loring SchoolK-5Elementary2017: 86/93814
Josiah HaynesK-5Elementary2017: 78/93813.2
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High9-12High2017: 50/34812.8
Peter NoyesPK-5Elementary2017: 25/93814.5
Willow Hill School6-12Private–: –/–3.5
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