Narragansett Regional High School

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Narragansett Regional High School
NarragansettSeal.png
Address
464 Baldwinville Road
Templeton, MA, Worcester 01436
USA
Information
Type Public secondary
Open enrollment[1]
Motto Crescat scientia
(Let Knowledge Grow)
Established 1955
Opened 1958
Superintendent Dr. Christopher Casavant
Principal Mandy H. Vasil
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 382 (2014-2015)[2]
Campus type Rural
Color(s) Royal Blue, White & Silver               
Mascot Warriors
Average SAT scores 502 verbal
510 math
487 writing
1499 total (2015-2016) [3]
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. The principal for the 2016-2-17 academic school year is Mandy H.Vasil. Vasil, previously principal pf Millbury Jr./Sr. High, began her tenure with Narragansett on July 1, 2016. The new vice principal, John Vancelette, is a two-year veteran of Narragnsett having taught Biology and Environmental Science and joined the administrative team July 1, 2016. Also beginning July1, 2016, new superintendent of Narragansett Regional School District is Dr. Christopher Casavant, previously the Business Manager for Gardner Public Schools. The school is located in Baldwinville, a village that is part of Templeton.

In 2010, a multimillion-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 make the project a reality. LeClerc valiantly battled cancer but passed following the turbine's completion. The LeClerc 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 Narragansett Cross Country Runners.

Athletics[edit]

Cheering Basketball (girls and boys) Football Soccer (girls and boys) Ice hockey Swimming Softball Baseball Fieldhockey Track (winter and spring) Cross country

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