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Hopkinton Students Semifinalists in National Merit Scholarship Program

Hopkinton Students Semifinalists in National Merit Scholarship Program

More than half of the finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.
Holliston Student Semifinalist in National Merit Scholarship Program

Holliston Student Semifinalist in National Merit Scholarship Program

More than half of the finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.
Holliston Ranks 32 on Boston Magazine's Best Schools List

Holliston Ranks 32 on Boston Magazine's Best Schools List

Holliston ranks fourteen spots lower than last year.
Hopkinton Ranks 24 on Boston Magazine's Best Schools List

Hopkinton Ranks 24 on Boston Magazine's Best Schools List

Hopkinton ranks four spots higher than last year.
Holliston High Ranks in Top 50 Best Public Schools

Holliston High Ranks in Top 50 Best Public Schools

Boston Magazine announced its 50 best public high schools in greater Boston.
Hopkinton High Ranks in Top 30 Best Public Schools

Hopkinton High Ranks in Top 30 Best Public Schools

Boston Magazine announced its 50 best public high schools in greater Boston.
McAuliffe Charter School Move Delayed to New Campus

McAuliffe Charter School Move Delayed to New Campus

The Christa McAuliffe Charter School will close early on Friday, Sept. 1, and not re-open for students until Monday, Sept 29 due to the move
Dykema: Keefe Tech to get $25K

Dykema: Keefe Tech to get $25K

South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District will use money for Culinary Program.
MetroWest Chamber Awards $11,000 in Scholarships to 11 Seniors

MetroWest Chamber Awards $11,000 in Scholarships to 11 Seniors

The MetroWest Chamber of Commerce awarded $11,000 in scholarship money to 11 graduating seniors from the MetroWest region yesterday, May 28.
Marian High Names New Principal

Marian High Names New Principal

The new principal, an English teacher at a public high school in Worcester, will start in July.
SLIDESHOW: 5th Annual McAuliffe 5K Attracts More Than 250 Participants

SLIDESHOW: 5th Annual McAuliffe 5K Attracts More Than 250 Participants

The charter school's 5K celebrated health and wellness; and funds raised will benefit the school's new campus project and fieldwork program.
12 School Districts to Receive Stipends for Substance-Free Post-Prom and Post-Graduation Events

12 School Districts to Receive Stipends for Substance-Free Post-Prom and Post-Graduation Events

Funds will help defray expenses associated with these events.
Holliston, Hopkinton Students Named to the Keefe Tech Honor Roll

Holliston, Hopkinton Students Named to the Keefe Tech Honor Roll

Here are the students who earned the designation for the second term of the year.
DeMello Finalist for Dedham School Superintendent’s Job

DeMello Finalist for Dedham School Superintendent’s Job

Two others also being considered.
McAuliffe Charter School Held Lottery For Its Largest Class From Its Largest Applicants Pool

McAuliffe Charter School Held Lottery For Its Largest Class From Its Largest Applicants Pool

McAuliffe Charter School had its largest number of applicants ever for the sixth grade class at 283 students.
Theater Troupes Compete Saturday

Theater Troupes Compete Saturday

Massachusetts high-school students compete in festival preliminaries.
Holliston School Calendar Approved for Next Year

Holliston School Calendar Approved for Next Year

What do you think about next year's school calendar?
Snow Days Don't Impact Student Learning, Harvard Professor Finds

Snow Days Don't Impact Student Learning, Harvard Professor Finds

New findings from Harvard reveal that keeping schools open during a storm could be potentially more detrimental to learning than school closure.
School Cancelled Due to Weather

School Cancelled Due to Weather

Happy Snow Day!