Principal's Message 

“Where is your Walden?” was the question posed to student journalists of The Chieftain Press at the premiere of the latest Ken Burns’ documentary about the New England poet and naturalist Henry David Thoreau at Boston College in the fall. Thoreau’s off-the-grid oasis provided him the chance to learn about his strengths and desires, his needs and abilities.  Don Henley, recording artist and Thoreau acolyte, spoke about how Walden was not just a place, but an idea, a goal for each of us. “It’s what you imagine and what you believe in,” said Henley.  [continue to more 

Welcome to Nashoba Regional High School

Nashoba Regional High School is a high achieving school with a talented, dedicated, and professional staff. With approximately 1067 students, we serve the towns of Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow in a suburban/rural setting. Our community is highly supportive of our efforts, and we pride ourselves on our ability to meet our parents' and community's high expectations. We are a comprehensive high school with 90+% of our students going on to post-secondary education each year.

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Staff  Monday Memos and more
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Weekly updates, Staff CORE Monday Memos, Student of the Term and more!
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Academic program and the course selection process for 8th graders and their parents from 6:30 – 8 PM on Monday, March 5th
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The King and I
arrowsNashoba Drama Presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I
Nashoba Drama Presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I - March 16th & 17th @7:30PM and March 18th 2:00PM
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Advocacy -Education- Sharing SEPAC Meeting Dates for 2017-1
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Massachusetts law provides for a discretionary fingerprint-based background check for school volunteers and chaperones.
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Massachusetts School Report Cards
The 2017 state level report cards for the Nashoba Regional School District and all schools are now available.  
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Preschool Information Session
The Superintendent and Administration will host a Preschool Information Session on Wednesday, December 20th 6:00 - 7:00 PM at the Mary Rowlandson School, Lancaster 
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PreSchool Information Packet
In the Spring of 2017, the NRSD School Committee asked district administration to review the pre-existing Integrated Pre-K program. At the November 29, 2017 NRSD School Committee meeting, we presented proposed changes. The NRSD runs an Integrated Pre-K program, in compliance with DESE expectations. Integrated Preschool classrooms exist to provide learning experiences for children, ages three to five, whose special education needs cannot be served at home, preschool programs or daycare centers. Children are educated with typically developing peers who do not have special needs and who serve as role models for learning. We have posted several documents including a proposed tuition chart, FAQ sheet regarding our Pre-K, a newly created pamphlet, and a letter to parents. 
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