Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School

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.[9]

The school educates students in 9th through 12th grades.[2] Student enrollment is approximately 1,000.[2][9][10] It has over 80 educators[11] and a student-to-teacher ratio of 14 to 1.[2]

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
Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School 2015
2700 Regional Rd.[1][2]


United States
Coordinates41°51′09″N 71°11′46″W / 41.85250°N 71.19611°WCoordinates: 41°51′09″N 71°11′46″W / 41.85250°N 71.19611°W
TypeHigh school
Open enrollment[3]
MottoBe the DR Difference
School districtDighton-Rehoboth Regional School District
NCES District ID2504200[4]
SuperintendentAnthony Azar
CEEB code221645
NCES School ID250420000568[5]
PrincipalJohn Gould
Enrollment928 (2016-17)[6]
Color(s)         Green and Gold[1]
NewspaperFalcon Flyer
Budget$40,090,520 total
$13,694 per pupil

School facilities

The school has a library, a yearbook, and an on-site nurse (Dawn Dailey-Begin MSN, RN).[12]

It features curricular both academic and vocational, as well as enrichment in music (such as choir and band) and other arts and special education.[11] 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.[11]

Extracurricular activities

  • Mock Trial - which has come in the top sixteen for the state four years running
  • Theatre Company - Director Ellen O'Reilly-LaSalle. Past performances over the past 15 years have included Cats, Evita, Big Fish, The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, Xanadu, The Little Mermaid, and numerous others. The director is known for including technical choreography and big dance numbers not seen in most High School productions.
  • Student Government - which oversees many student outreach programs and events, including Prom
  • National Honor Society
  • Environmental Club
  • A Speech and Debate team
  • A large Leo club presence
  • DECA - prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
  • Dighton-Rehoboth Marching Band - The band has made numerous trips to Disney World to perform for crowds of thousands on Main Street of the Magic Kingdom. The DRMB has had the honoring of performing for 94 HJY, the Taunton Christmas Parade, and represented the state of Massachusetts in the National Fourth of July Parade in Washington D.C. in 2014.

As well as many other clubs and organizations.[13]


The Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons have a number of teams, such as

  • Wrestling
  • Lacrosse
  • Track
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Baseball/Softball
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Cheer-leading
  • Field Hockey

Notable alumni


  1. ^ a b c "Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School - Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District".
  2. ^ a b c d Dighton-rehoboth Rhs at trulia.com
  3. ^ http://www.doe.mass.edu/finance/schoolchoice/choice-status.pdf
  4. ^ "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Dighton Rehoboth School District". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved Apr 16, 2012.
  5. ^ "Search for Public Schools - Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School (250420000568)". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved Apr 16, 2012.
  6. ^ "Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 4, 2019.
  7. ^ "2017-18 SAT Performance Statewide Report".
  8. ^ "2016 Per Pupil Expenditures Statewide Report".
  9. ^ a b Info page at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School's official Facebook site
  10. ^ Dighton-Rehoboth RHS at greatschools.org
  11. ^ a b c Contacts> Contact Information at the school's website
  12. ^ Our School> Nurse> Nurse at the school's website
  13. ^ Extracurricular> Activities at the school's website

External links

Berkley–Dighton Bridge

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

Dighton is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 7,086 at the 2010 census. The town is located on the western shore of the Taunton River in the southeastern part of the state.

List of high schools in Massachusetts

This is a list of high schools in the state of Massachusetts.

Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. Established in 1643, Rehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. The population was 11,608 at the 2010 census. Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites including 53 historic cemeteries.

SAILS Library Network

The SAILS Library Network, formerly Southeastern Automated Integrated Library Services, is a non-profit library consortium of 72 member libraries in 40 communities located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts. SAILS was founded in 1995 to link the ABLE and SEAL library networks, which were later dissolved into SAILS in 2000. The network provides library patrons with access to check out and return items at member libraries, interlibrary loans through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners' Commonwealth Catalog, mobile app access, and access to electronic collections (including OverDrive). Member libraries are provided customized online catalog services, digital collections storage, internet and telecommunications services, email and Google Apps accounts for library staff, access to SirsiDynix software, and staff training.Approximately 70 percent of funding for SAILS comes from dues from member libraries, with the remaining portion coming from government subsidies and grants. In fiscal year 2017, the network's 463,000 patrons checked out almost 3.6 million items, worth an estimated $44 million. Deliveries of materials between member libraries and other library networks in Massachusetts through an interlibrary loan program are made by the Massachusetts Library System located in Waltham. Member libraries must maintain certification from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners to remain in the network. The network uses SirsiDynix integrated library system (ILS) for staff function workflows: acquisitions, cataloging, circulation, ILL, and serials as well as for their patron's Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC). The libraries provide access to reference databases, digital libraries, access to free music online, museum passes, genealogy, workshops, and other free services that vary from each location. In 2018, the network introduced automatic renewals on most items.

Wallis Eastburn Howe

Wallis Eastburn Howe (1868-1960) was a notable American architect from Rhode Island.

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