Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School is a high school in North Dighton, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Dighton-Rehoboth School District which also serves the neighboring town, Rehoboth, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1961.
The school 's mascot is the "Falcon". It is unknown what type of falcon on which it is based, and there are inconsistencies in various illustrations. The falcon lacks a malar stripe in most instances and is of a color unseen in North America.
|Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School|
North North Dighton,
|Motto||Be the DR Difference|
|School district||Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District|
|NCES District ID||2504200|
|NCES School ID||250420000568|
|Color(s)||Green and Gold|
$13,694 per pupil
It features curricular both academic and vocational, as well as enrichment in music (such as choir and band) and other arts and special education. Academic coursework focuses on language arts, mathematics, science and social studies as well as foreign languages Latin, Spanish, and Portuguese. Other courses at the school focus on current events, and technology.
As well as many other clubs and organizations.
The Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons have a number of teams, such as
The fourth Berkley–Dighton Bridge is a four-span concrete arch bridge with closed spandrel walls of cast-in-place concrete, using pile-supported abutments and piers. The bridge was made such that it appears to be constructed of stone masonry rather than concrete. The two end spans are 74 feet (23 m) and the two center spans are 92 feet (28 m) for a total bridge length of approximately 350 feet (110 m).Bridges at this location are the only crossing over the Taunton River between the Veterans Memorial Bridge in Fall River and the Weir Street Bridge in Taunton.
Beginning in August 2010, a temporary bridge was in place while the new bridge was being built. Construction on the bridge began in July 2012. The new bridge opened to traffic on August 28, 2015.Dighton, Massachusetts
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Massachusetts public high schools
Italics indicates closed schools