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Too Many Students, Not Enough Space

Natick High School (NHS) upperclassmen took note this year when the incoming freshman class arrived; they noticed the school felt much more...

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Natick High Students: Overwhelmed or Underwhelmed?

There has been buzz recently at Natick High School (NHS) about the new policy where students are not allowed to overload their schedules....

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May 5: Young or Old, Singing Lifts You, Heart and Soul

The Golden Tones chorus and the Natick High School (NHS) Advanced Choir invites music-lovers to a free, interactive, intergenerational and...

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‘Bark For Life’ to Celebrate Furry Friends’ Contributions, May 20

Framingham-Natick-Sherborn Relay For Life invites families and their furry friends to celebrate the lifelong contributions of canine caregivers to...

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Sports

Natick High Nine Aiming for Tournament Berth

Jason Hoye has been Natick High’s baseball coach for the last three years, and during that time the Redhawks have missed qualifying for tournament play by narrow margins, falling short by one game in 2014 and by two last year.
So, it should come as no surprise that Hoye...

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Natick Boys’ Five Takes a Giant Step Forward

The Natick High boys’ basketball team carved out some major success during the 2016-17 season as it won the Herget Division title in the Bay State Conference and returned to the playoffs for the first time in three years.
Second-year coach Sam Doner, who took the Newton...

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Natick Girls’ Quintet Has a Bright Future

It’s April and spring sports are about to dominate the headlines, but the Natick High girls’ basketball team deserves another look because of its upside for the future.
Coach Dan Hinnenkamp’s Redhawks, featuring a roster laden with underclassmen, finished their regular...

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