Nauset Regional High School

Nauset Regional High School

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  • Congratulations to the Class of 2018! 

    Pictures from the Class of 2018 Celebrations

    2018 Prom Slideshow 1   -  Prom Slideshow 2
    Senior Banquet Pictures
    Class Day Senior Slideshow
    Graduation Slideshow

    Finals Exam Schedule Grades 9 - 11 

    Mon.

    6/18

    Tue.

    6/19

    Wed.

    6/20

    Thu.

    6/21

               A1

    8:35-10:35

    A3

    8:35-10:35

    B1

    8:35-10:35

    B3

    8:35-10:35

    A2

    10:45-12:45

    A4

    10:45-12:45

    B2

    10:45-12:45

    MAKE UPS

    School will be dismissed after the second exam each day with buses leaving the school at approximately 12:47 except on Thu. 6/2;, buses will be leaving campus at 10:47.  No lunch will be served. 
    Please note: There will be breakfast and snack items available in B Lobby before exams and snacks between exams. If possible, have a healthy breakfast before you get to school.

    There will be NO LATE BUSES ON EXAM DAYS.

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  • 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. 

     

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  • 2018 YEARBOOK!

    Yearbooks may still be purchased for $80.00 while they last. 
     
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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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