Welcome to Nashoba Regional School District 

The PreK-12 Nashoba Regional School District includes students from the towns of Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow. The three picturesque and attractive communities are located 20 miles northeast of Worcester, and 40 miles west of Boston, with easy access off Interstates 495 and 190. The area maintains its rural character with working farms and commercial apple orchards. The area is also home to many excellent golf courses, both public and private.  Parents in the district value and support their children's education. The residents of the three communities are also vitally concerned with education, support the schools financially and help to maintain an active community volunteer program.

What's New

Joe Cabral Representing Mass Advocates and Nashoba Best Buddies
arrowsJoe Cabral Representing Mass Advocates and Nashoba Best Buddies
Joe Cabral from Bolton representing Mass Advocates and Nashoba Best Buddies with State Rep Kate Hogan Chair of the Joint Committee of Public Health and Sponsor of the 495 MetroWest Suburban Edge Communities Commission.
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arrowsFebruary Enrichment Academy
Join Stacy Lucas (veggieartgirl.com), artist extraordinary for four days of illusion, wonder and artistic creation! Dates: 2/16 - 2/19, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Grades K - 8
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arrowsBasic Rights in Special Education
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 7:00 PM
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arrowsWorcester County Superintendent's Award Recipients
Nashoba Regional High School seniors Hannah Stevenson and Jessie Duggan were two of the seventy-one accomplished students representing each school district in Worcester County, to receive recognition for their academic and non-academic accomplishments at the annual Worcester County Superintendents Association Scholars Luncheon January 5th at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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