Welcome to Wrentham

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Wrentham is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 10,955 at the 2010 census.¬†Wrentham was first settled by the English in 1661 and officially incorporated in 1673. It was burned down during King Philip’s War 1675-1676. In the nineteenth century, Wrentham was the site of Day’s Academy. For a short time, Wrentham was the residence of the educational reformer Horace Mann. It is also known as one of the residences of Helen Keller.

Quick Facts

Population

10,955

Female

5,555

Male

5,400

  • White
    10,541
    96.2%
  • Hispanic
    133
    1.2%
  • Asian alone
    112
    1.0%
  • Black
    60
    0.5%
Median Home Price

$ 599,900

Average Income

$114,048

Median resident age

43.6 years

Wrentham Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
Charles E Roderick4-6Elementary2018: 153/93412.7
DelaneyPK-3Elementary–: –/–14.6
King Philip Regional High9-12High2018: 54/34516.4
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