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Northbridge High School

Northbridge High School
427 Linwood Avenue
Whitinsville, Massachusetts, Worcester County[1], 01588
 United States
Coordinates 42°6′33″N 71°39′28″W / 42.10917°N 71.65778°W / 42.10917; -71.65778Coordinates: 42°6′33″N 71°39′28″W / 42.10917°N 71.65778°W / 42.10917; -71.65778

Type Public
School district Northbridge Public Schools
Principal Michael P. Gauthier
Grades 9-12
Number of students 699[1]
Mascot Rams[2]
Average SAT scores 485 verbal
489 math
479 writing (2010)[3]

Northbridge High School is a public high school in Whitinsville, Massachusetts, United States. Michael P. Gauthier is the school's principal.

Northbridge participates in the school choice program that allows parents to send their children to schools in communities other than the city or town in which they reside. Tuition is paid by the sending district to the receiving district

Northbridge High School is widely known for its competitive football program, capturing 10 MIAA Division II, IIA, III, and IV Super Bowl Championships, as recently as 2011. The team has won championships in 1974, 1987, 1989, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2007, 2010,

  • Northbridge High School won the 1999 Division III Baseball State Championship
  • Northbridge High School won the 2010 Division II Baseball State Championship
  • In addition Northbridge Baseball has won MIAA Central Massachusetts titles in 1955, 1979, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2010.
  • Northbridge has captured two Central Massachusetts basketball titles, in 1980 and 2011.
  • Northbridge High School Boys Varsity Soccer captured the 2002 Central Massachusetts Div. II Championship.
  • Northbridge High School Girls Varsity Soccer captured the 2012 Central Massachusetts Div. II Championship.


External links

  • Official site

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