The Jacobs Farmhouse on Main Street was originally built in 1726 by the Jacobs Family, who lived in the home continuously until 1934. Housing many artifacts related to Norwell and maintained as a glimpse of farm life in the 1800s, the house currently serves as Headquarters for the Norwell Historical Society. It is open for tours by appointment only. For information on tours, please call the Society at 781-659-1888.
The mission of the Norwell Public Schools is to harness the resources of the entire community to provide excellence in education in a caring environment, resulting in well-rounded, self-reliant, responsible citizens who strive to reach their full potential in an ever changing world.
is the only independent nonprofit home health care agency serving Boston's South Shore.
Founded by a small group of caring individuals dedicated to the mission of "neighbors helping neighbors," the Norwell VNA has provided essential health care and education to South Shore residents since 1920.
The agency's reputation for providing cost-effective, exceptional services with innovation and integrity has established its position as a regional leader in 21st century home health care.
A multi service agency that serves the Town with Fuel Assistance, Head Star and Transportation
South Shore Vocational Technical High School is dedicated to providing students with personal, technical, academic and life skills. Teachers and staff members take extra care to promote the acquisition of knowledge.
Our purpose is to help students develop technical skills and make well-considered, informed choices about careers, further education and training