Deerfield is the central member of Frontier Regional and Union 38 School Districts, which also includes Conway, Whately and Sunderland. Each town operates its own elementary school, with Deerfield Elementary School serving the town's students from kindergarten through sixth grades. All four towns send seventh through twelfth grade students to Frontier Regional School in the town. Frontier's athletics teams are nicknamed the Red Hawks, and the team colors are red and blue. There are many art programs available during and after school at Frontier. Several private schools in the town include The Bement School (a coeducational boarding school, grades K-9), the Eaglebrook School (a private boys' boarding school for grades 6-9), and Deerfield Academy, a private school for grades 9-12. There are other private schools in the Deerfield area.
The nearest community college, Greenfield Community College, is located in Greenfield. The nearest state colleges are Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, in North Adams; and Westfield State College; and the nearest state university is the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The nearest private colleges, including members of the Five Colleges and Seven Sisters, are located southeast in the Northampton area.
Historic Deerfield includes a museum with a focus on decorative arts, early American material culture and history. Its house museums offer interpretation of society, history and culture from the colonial era through the late nineteenth century.
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