Current News

New Student Orientation will take place Thursday August 26, 2021 and Friday August  27, 2021 from 10:30 am - 3:00 pm. It is our hope that every incoming Ninth grader and new student to Natick High School can join us. The orientation will be led by NHS faculty, administration, and members of the Junior and Senior classes.
Please click here for the letter sent home to families and for registration information.

The recipients of the NHS Local Scholarships will be announced during a virtual Class Night 2021 program on June 2nd at 7pm. Please go to Natick Pegasus to watch the ceremony!
Information about scholarships is being mailed to recipients. If you have any questions please email Donna Slattery at dslattery@natickps.org.

Every spring, we host a STEP-UP-NIGHT FOR 8TH GRADERS AND THEIR FAMILIES to learn about extracurriculars at Natick High School. Unfortunately, we are unable to host the event this year. It was scheduled for April 28th. Instead of Step-up-Night, students in the Principal’s Advisory Class created a website with details, photos, videos and registration information for clubs, activities and sports at NHS. The website is live now and will be available throughout the spring and next fall.



Please save the dates of August 26th and 27th for Orientation. We created this two-day orientation a few years ago to smooth the transition into high school. 150 Junior and Senior mentors are ready to welcome you to Natick High School. Students will experience their schedule, get to know their mentors, classmates and staff and receive their computers. It is a great way to begin your high school career.

Orientation is scheduled from 10:30 am - 3:00 pm both days. Fall sports will schedule tryouts/practices before or after orientation on those days. Please sign up.

Do you know how to use PowerSchool? Access your grades, attendance and schedule? Here is a helpful tutorial if you're having any trouble viewing your account.


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All Natick Alumni requesting transcripts please CLICK HERE.

*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. 

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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