Mission Statement

Note: Student absences can now be reported through the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Please see the Parent Information page for instructions. At this time, this option is available only to students who attend WRHS.

2021-2022 School Opening Plan

2021-2022 School Opening Plan - Addendum

2021-2022 Bus Dismissal Map

District COVID-19 Information


Effective March 2022, Wachusett Regional High School’s SAT Administration will now be a mask optional testing site. Students are not required to wear a mask when taking the SAT, but those who wish to continue to wear a mask will be permitted to do so.

"Wachusett Regional High School is committed to an educational process that fosters independence and responsibility in our students. By offering diverse, challenging, academic programs and rich co-curricular activities, WRHS strives to provide students with the skills and knowledge to achieve their potential as life-long learners."

We work toward achieving this mission by promoting our core values of Citizenship and Responsibility, Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, and Creativity and Innovation.

Wachusett Regional High School was founded in 1955 as the first regional high school in Massachusetts. Located just off Holden center, WRHS educates children from five towns in Central Massachusetts: Holden, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, and Sterling. The school population in the 2018-19 school year is 2,115.

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