COVID Protocols for the 2022-2023 School Year
The Quabbin Regional School district is following the MA DPH/CDC guidelines. These guidelines, as well as COVID-19 symptoms, may be accessed by visiting the following link:
Quabbin Regional Middle/High School is a collaborative learning community, where all students have opportunities to achieve personal excellence in a safe and accepting environment.
Our mission is to prepare students to become self-reliant, life-long learners who are responsible and resourceful citizens in a global society.
800 South Street
Barre, MA 01005
Phone: (978)355- 4651
School Hours: 7:25 am – 2:00 pm
Janet Hicks (Grades 8 & 9)
Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs
Jason Gilmartin (Grades 10 – 12)
Assistant Principal for School Culture
Director of Athletics
Steve Nicora (Grades 6 & 7)
Dean of Student Success
Plant & Facilities Manager
Kim Staiti, BSN RN NCSN
Located on 109-acres less than 2 miles from the center of Barre, Quabbin Regional Middle/High School serves students in grades 6 – 12 from the towns of Barre, Hardwick, Hubbardston, New Braintree and Oakham as well as school choice students from surrounding towns.
The campus includes the middle/high school building complete with an outdoor track, lighted athletic field, dedicated field hockey field, baseball, softball and soccer fields, a cross-country course for both varsity and JV competitions. Tennis and golf competitions are held off site. The campus also sports a pond for environmental study, a greenhouse for horticultural study, a vegetable garden with composting, an observatory for astronomy study, and an alternative energy trailer complete with photovoltaic cells, a wind turbine and solar hot water heating panels.
Within the building, art students have a diverse course selection, complete with a kiln for firing ceramic sculptures. The middle/high school also has fully-equipped science labs for biology, chemistry and physics. Students of World Languages, including French and Spanish are privileged to travel overseas to Europe and Asia to experience the cultures. ASL (American Sign Language) has recently been added to the program of studies. Drama enthusiasts participate in the drama club and perform in the 300-seat, acoustically designed auditorium. Music students, both voice and instrument, learn, perform and compete with an award-winning curriculum.