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This is the official website for the North Middlesex Regional High School building project. It is regularly updated with the latest information about the project, its current status, and photos of the progress. Have a question for the committee? Submit your questions and feedback online. »

Attention: Due to construction activities, athletic fields for different sports will be reallocated during the multiple phases of the project. View the updated Field Schedule [PDF] »

Latest News:

Project Update

Our next meeting will be held on Monday, August 14, 2017, in the Professional Development Room at the Peter Fitzpatrick school at 5:00 PM. Agenda items will be included in a future update.

The NMRHS administration offices have been moved to the new high school site as of Friday, July 7, 2017. The administration suite is the only area that can be accessed at this time for new student registrations, transcripts, and working papers. The direct phone numbers for North Middlesex Regional High School have been successfully migrated to the new high school. Final steps for administrator and summer high school staff phones will be completed on Monday, July 17th. In the event you cannot reach the high school, please call Superintendent Landers directly at 978-597-8713 ex. 1201.

Thank you for your patience during the final stages of phase 1 construction. We are very excited to welcome our new and returning students to our new educational facility.

Access to the new high school from now through August 18, 2017 must be made from Proctor Road. View a map showing how to access the high school »

Upcoming new building walk-throughs and orientation:

DATE EVENT TIME
Thursday, August 24 Class of 2018: New Building Walk Through 9:00 am – 9:45 am
Thursday, August 24 Class of 2019: New Building Walk Through 9:45 am – 10:30 am
Thursday, August 24 Class of 2020: New Building Walk Through 10:30 am – 11:15 am
Thursday, August 24 Class of 2021: Freshman Orientation 12:15 pm – 2:00 pm

View updated photos along with a layout detailing the five “Areas” of the building.

View previous updates »