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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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Coordinated Program Review  Read more... 

Superintendent's Winter Update  Read more...


Announcements and News

Professional Development Day

Nashoba Regional School District has planned a full day of professional development on April 18, 2014 for all staff. The day will focus on a variety of topics. Read more... 

All Day Kindergarten Transition Planning 

Welcome to NASHOBA Regional School District.  Your child entering kindergarten in the fall of 2014 will be part of a new model of early childhood programming for NASHOBA.  Read more...

School Choice 

The Nashoba Regional School District is no longer accepting applications for School Choice for the 2014-2015 school year, the deadline for applications was March 28, 2014 at 2:00 pm.  Read more...

April Vacation Enrichment Academy

The April Enrichment Academy is an amazing opportunity for students in grades Pre-K - 8 to explore athletic opportunities, educational challenges and socialize with friends during April vacation week (April 22-25). Some of the exciting activities include Science Academy, A Capella Boot Camp, Cheering Club, Soccer Olympics and Improv /Acting Class.  Read more...

FY2015 Budget

The Nashoba Regional School Committee has approved the FY15 Budget at their March 11th school committee meeting.   Read more...

AP Participation and Success Rates Continue to Rise:

More Massachusetts public high school graduates are succeeding on Advanced Placement (AP) exams today than took them a decade ago, according to the 10th Annual AP Report to the Nationfrom the College Board. Last year, 27.9% of MA public high school graduates in the class of 2013 scored a 3 or higher on an AP exam during high school, up from 25.5% two years ago and 16.8% a decade ago. A score of 3 or higher on an AP exam is predicative of college success and college graduation. For more info, go to http://www.doe.mass.edu/news/news.aspx?id=8051

Nashoba Regional High School 2013-2014 School Profile   Read more.... 

 

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