Shepherd Hill School

Shepherd Hill Regional High School

Shepherd Hill Regional High School is a high school 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 Timothy M. Schur. Shepherd Hill has over 1200 students.

History

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. nuh uh

Athletics

The school's athletic teams are the Rams and the colors are maroon and gold. The school's sports teams have generally met with success in recent years, and in 2007 the school had SWCL West Champions in girls' soccer, boys' cross country, golf, and football. Football also captured the DII Super Bowl in Central Massachusetts.

Other Activites

Other activites include Show Choir, Band, V Dance Committee, Prom Committee, Student Council, and Junior Booster Club.

Award

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.

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