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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. Read more...

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Announcements and News    

2015-2016 SY Extended Learning Program

Registration for the Extended Learning Before and After School Programs is now open and will close July 31, 2015.  Click here to register.   Extended Learning Registration.  

Underage Substance Use Forum 

On Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Nashoba Regional High School auditorium, the Middlesex Partnership for Youth, Inc. will sponsor a presentation by a drug and gang State Police Sergeant. During the presentation the Sergeant will illustrate the current state of youth drug use in Middlesex County and the signs and symptoms that parents, school staff and other adults should be looking for regarding potential drug use by young people in their community.   Please RSVP to Donna Linstrom.

School Choice

At their April 8, 2105 meeting the Nashoba Regional School Committee, voted to close the School Choice Option, no new students will be accepted.  As required by law, all students currently enrolled will retain their seats until they graduate or voluntarily give up their seats. If you have any questions, please contact Aleta Masterson

Enterovirus D68 Parent Information....Read more 

Nashoba Ranks High...Read more

Nashoba Regional High School 2014-2015 School Profile   Read more.... 

 

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Student Achievements

Congratulations to Zach Hill, a Junior at Nashoba Regional High School who has been awarded a fellowship to conduct research at the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston. This is a very prestigious award. Zach is planning on researching the role of slavery in the early history of Boston.

You can learn more about the fellowship here

http://www.masshist.org