Current News

Natick High School is on track to offer College Board's SAT on September 26, October 3, and ACTs on October 24. Please be aware that this decision may change in the future depending on evolving conditions and safety protocols for the district. Please check back here before the test as we will provide updates as we get closer to the test date.

Transcript requests for proof of residency for the RMV should be directed to 
Donna Slattery at dslattery@natickps.org or Sandy White at swhite@natickps.org, Monday -Friday, 7:30 -3pm. 

Webinar Team Guidance understands that parents, caregivers and students have many questions about how the impact of school closure due to COVID-19 will affect the college application and admissions process. Accordingly, we are very excited to share a College Panel Webinar the Department recorded recently.  The Panel comprises 8 representatives from a number of notable Private institutions and Massachusetts State colleges.  This compelling and instructive discussion includes many transferrable responses, no matter where a student is considering attending.  So grab your popcorn and enjoy this one hour presentation!

LET'S GET REAL - Alumni College Panel Event '2020


If you have moved and need to change your address please fill out the form below and bring it to the NHS Main Office with the required documentation for approval and we will be happy to make the change for you.



COMMUNITY SERVICE If time allows over the summer, your child may want to consider attending to some  of the community service hours for which they are responsible. All students must  complete 30 hours of community service as a graduation requirement. If you need some ideas you can find them on this link: COMMUNITY SERVICE WEBSITE.

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In the event a student needs to withdraw from NHS please fill out a WITHDRAWAL FORM and return it to the NHS guidance office.

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All Natick Alumni requesting transcripts please CLICK HERE.

Section 8025 of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), a federal law, permits parents to submit a written request to the school and/or school district prohibiting the disclosure of their child's information, including their child's name, address, and telephone number, to any United States military recruiter without prior written consent. A child's name can be removed from these lists by filling out the Military Exempt Form and returning it to the Guidance Department.

Our Mission

  • The Natick High School, Guidance Department is delighted to welcome parents, students and collaborators within the academic community to our website. We are pleased to introduce you to the work we do, which is centered on enhancing the personal, social and academic experiences of the students we are privileged to serve each day.

  • The aim of our website is to provide a comprehensive resource that enables students and parents/ guardians to navigate high school successfully, and complement our personal interactions. As a result you will find information on guidance curriculum, college planning, academic and career development and social & emotional resources. We recognize that living in a world where change is constant, it is more important than ever to be well-informed.

  • The Guidance Department is committed to the positive welfare and academic progress of all our students and anticipates that a graduate from Natick High, has optimized their academic achievement and acquired a cadre of wonderful memories that inspire future success.

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