Community Seminar

General Information

Community Seminar is a program developed by faculty members and implemented by all faculty, administration, and supporting staff. The goals of this program are to improve student respect for themselves and others, and to create a positive culture at Natick High School. 

Community Seminars provide the opportunity for students to engage in respectful dialogue about school and social issues, develop positive relationships and foster responsible thinking, thereby creating a sense of community within the school.  According to research, students who are more connected to their school experience greater success both academically and socially. 

Every student in the high school is assigned to a group of between 8 and 18 students (depending on the group theme) that is led by an adult advisor.  Meeting about 18 times per school year, this is a required course which receives 1/2 credit per semester and is graded on a credit / no credit basis. 


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