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Nipmuc Regional High School

Nipmuc Regional High School
Address
90 Pleasant Street
Upton, Massachusetts, 01568, US
Coordinates 42°09′36.46″N 71°37′00.26″W / 42.1601278°N 71.6167389°W / 42.1601278; -71.6167389Coordinates: 42°09′36.46″N 71°37′00.26″W / 42.1601278°N 71.6167389°W / 42.1601278; -71.6167389

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School type public comprehensive
Established 1950
School district Mendon Upton Regional School District
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 733  (September 1, 2012)
Grade 9 182 (2012)
Grade 10 179 (2012)
Grade 11 185 (2012)
Grade 12 187 (2012)
Color(s)      Green,      White,      Gold
Mascot Warrior
Website

Nipmuc Regional High School is a public high school in Upton, Massachusetts, part of the Mendon-Upton Regional School District.

Nipmuc High School was home to the first gig of the American rock band Aerosmith on November 6, 1970. The school used to be in Mendon, MA, but now exists in a newer building in Upton, MA.

External links

  • Nipmuc Regional High School home page


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