Shepherd Hill Regional High School

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Shepherd Hill Regional High School
Shepherd Hill Regional High School, Dudley MA.jpg
Dudley, Massachusetts 01571
Type Public
High School
Open enrollment[1]
Established 1973
Principal William F. Chaplin, Jr
Color(s) Maroon and gold          
Mascot Ram
Average SAT scores 506 verbal
525 math
494 writing
1525 total (2015-2016)[2]

Coordinates: 42°3′13″N 71°55′9″W / 42.05361°N 71.91917°W / 42.05361; -71.91917 Shepherd Hill Regional High School is located in Dudley, Massachusetts, USA. It is a regional high school covering the towns of Dudley and Charlton. The school is part of the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District. The principal is William F. Chaplin, Jr. Shepherd Hill has over 1200 students.

Mission Statement[edit]

"Committed to excellence through pride and unity"


Shepherd Hill was established in 1973. The school formerly included grades 7-12, but in 2000 Dudley and Charlton opened separate middle schools and the school is now restricted to grades 9-12.


On 18 January 1999 the school was selected by U.S. News & World Report as one of ninety-six 'Outstanding American high schools' and the school was congratulated in the Senate of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.[3]


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  3. ^ Resolutions, UNCORRECTED PROOF OF THE JOURNAL OF THE SENATE, Senate of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, January 19, 1999

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