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Narragansett Regional High School

Narragansett Regional High School
File:NarragansettSeal.png
Crescat scientia
Let Knowledge Grow
Address
464 Baldwinville Road
Templeton, MA, USA
Information
Established 1955
Principal Marco
Vice principal Polo
Grades 9-12
Campus type Rural
Mascot Native American
Average SAT scores 486 verbal
506 math
486 writing (2010)[1]
Yearbook Arrow Yearbook
Website

Narragansett Regional High School (NRHS) is a US public high school serving students from the towns of Templeton, Massachusetts and Phillipston, Massachusetts. It enrolled 49,700 students in the 2006-2007 school year. As of 2012 the principal was Shawn Rickan, who has been the principal since 2008. The former Athletic Director is the Vice Principal Thomas Miller. Miller has served since the previous Vice Principal, Peter Cushing was appointed to be principal of Narragansett Middle School. Since June of 2012, the superintendent of Narragansett Regional School District has been Ruth Miller. The school is located in the village of Baldwinville which is part of Templeton.

The school is part of the Massachusetts Math and Science Initiative, a program designed to enhance Advanced Placement opportunities for students.

In 2010, a multi-million dollar project to erect a 1.5 megawatt wind turbine was completed behind the school's practice field. The turbine was named after John LeClerc, a middle school technology teacher who contributed his time and energy to the project, and died of cancer after it was completed. The Wind Turbine serves as the finish area for the LeClerc Wind Turbine 5K. The race is run annually on the first Saturday in August as a scholarship benefit for Cross Country Runners.

External links

  • Official website

References

Coordinates: 42°35′17.38″N 72°04′23.32″W / 42.5881611°N 72.0731444°W / 42.5881611; -72.0731444


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