Mohawk Trail Regional High School

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Mohawk Trail Regional High School
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Address
24 Ashfield Rd
Buckland, Massachusetts 01370
United States
Coordinates 42°38′38.62″N 72°45′15.16″W / 42.6440611°N 72.7542111°W / 42.6440611; -72.7542111Coordinates: 42°38′38.62″N 72°45′15.16″W / 42.6440611°N 72.7542111°W / 42.6440611; -72.7542111
Information
Type Public
High School
Open enrollment[1]
Established 1967
School district Mohawk Trail Regional School District
Superintendent Michael Buoniconti
Principal Lynn Dole and Marisa Mendonsa
Grades 7–12
Color(s) Blue and Gold         
Nickname Warriors
Average SAT scores 597 verbal
571 math
1168 total (2016-2017)[2]
Website

Mohawk Trail Regional High School is a school located on Route 112 in Buckland, Massachusetts, United States. The public school currently serves grades 7–12 for nine towns: Ashfield, Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Hawley, Heath, Plainfield, Rowe and Shelburne.

History[edit]

Mohawk opened in September 1967, at a construction cost of $2,705,000.[3] Previously, middle school and high school students from western Franklin County, Massachusetts had attended smaller schools, including Sanderson Academy in Ashfield, Charlemont High School in Charlemont, Arms Academy in Shelburne, and Crittenden Junior High School in Buckland.

Administration[edit]

Lynn Dole became principal after the departure of six-year principal Brian Beck, who left Mohawk to become the principal of Athol High School. Joey Kotwright-Clark served as vice-principal from the 2009–2010 school year to the end of the 2013–2014 school year after the departure of Robert Thibault, who chose to work closer to his own home. As of the beginning of the 2014–2015 school year, Jesse Porter-Henry took over as vice-principal. Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, Mohawk is led by two Co-Principals, Lynn Dole and Marisa Mendonsa, rather than a Principal and Assistant Principal.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.doe.mass.edu/finance/schoolchoice/choice-status.pdf
  2. ^ "Mohawk Trail". School and District Profiles. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  3. ^ News » Mohawk turning 40 from The Greenfield Recorder

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