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    Nauset Regional High School is going through the NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges)
    re-accreditation process.
    The community at large is invited to join us as we welcome the visiting committee on 
    Sunday, April 29th, 2018 @ 1:00pm in the NRHS auditorium followed by a reception in the cafeteria.
    The New England Association of Schools and Colleges, founded in 1885, is the oldest accrediting agency in the
    country and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a reliable agency to award accreditation
    in the New England area.  The Association is a voluntary accrediting agency of approximately 2000 public
    and independent schools, colleges and universities, and vocational, technical and career institutions. 
    Of these, approximately 656 public K-12 middle/high, and high schools have been accredited through the Associations's Committee on Public Secondary Schools.


    Congratulations to the NRHS Music Department on their recent trip to Atlanta!


    Silver Medals won by our

    • Treble Chorus
    • Concert Chorus
    • String Orchestra
    • Concert Band

    Gold Medals won by

    • Honors Chorus
    • Jazz Ensemble

    Adjudicators’ Award

    • The Jazz Band - the highest overall instrumental ensemble of all participating ensembles

    Maestro Award to eight individual students recognized for excellence in solos

    • Keb Hutchings-McMahon
    • Acacia Nelson
    • Lucy Pollock
    • Gordon Clark
    • Parker Mumford
    • Sean Chung
    • Gavin Rice
    • Jessica Williams




    Join the NRHS Drama Players 

    on Friday, April 27th


    Italian Cuisine Dinner and a 

    Show of Student Performances!

    Dinner - 6:00pm in the Cafeteria
    Show - 7:00pm in the Auditorium

    NRHS is Officially Authorized International Baccalaureate World School

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    We are excited to announce that Nauset Regional High School is now officially authorized to be an International Baccalaureate World School!

    The addition of the IB Diploma Programme at NRHS adds another dimension to an already renowned school. 

    We are proud of this great accomplishment and recognize the immense effort on behalf of all those involved! To learn more about the IB Diploma Programme, please visit or
    view our site at NAUSET IB.

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  • DON'T MISS OUT! - Buy your 2018 Yearbook NOW
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    Nauset Tides, the NRHS yearbook, costs $80.00.  
    Purchase can made online HERE
    OR bring a check made out to NRHS-Yearbook or cash 
    to Room B201 (Mrs. McGown) or to Mrs. Labranche.



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NRHS Vans Custom Culture Shoe Designs

Vans Custom Culture was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets. Vans believes everyone should be empowered to express themselves creatively and should be given the tools to do so.Custom Culture is a national high school customization competition using blank Vans shoes to be customized around specific themes. Once your school's designs are completed, they go through a judging process to narrow down our top 50 entries. Then, it's up to your school and classmates to garner votes from the public to help us choose our top 5. One school will be chosen as the Grand Prize Winner, receiving $75,000 for their art program!

NRHS Spotlight

  • Witness to War: Serving a Nation

    Created by NRHS History and Government students, this online collection of oral history is dedicated to all brave men and women who served our nation as members of its armed forces. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and make accessible the stories of veterans now living on Cape Cod. It is our hope that these stories will inspire others, as they have inspired us, with real-life examples of service and sacrifice. We also hope these stories will encourage future generations to explore the human costs of war, with the goal perhaps, of someday preventing it. The Witness to War: Serving a Nation project is a proud contributor to the Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.

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