Class of 2016 Graduation

Six Flags Trip – Tuesday, May 31st Bus leaves at 9:00AM and returns at 6:00PM Class Night Rehearsal – Wednesday, June 1st ALL SENIORS MUST ATTEND. Participation in class night and graduation rehearsal is required if you wish to take part in the ceremonies. Students will receive their cap and gown at rehearsal. 8:30AM – 10:30AM Location: High School Gymnasium … read more

May 31, 2016 - Posted in: Alumni

First Students Inducted into Quill and Scroll

Seven students became the first inductees of Groton-Dunstable’s Chapter of the Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. All students have maintained a grade average of B or better and have done superior work in high school journalism, especially in their contributions to The Key yearbook, a 144-page publication featuring stories and … read more


It’s Not Too Late: Buy a Yearbook Today!

If you waited to buy a yearbook, it’s not too late! Though you can no longer purchase yearbooks online through Herff Jones Publishing, you can still purchase one directly through the high school while they last. Distribution of the yearbook begins on May 23rd. Write a check to GDRHS Yearbook for $75 and either have … read more

May 16, 2016 - Posted in: Alumni

Senior Art Show

The artwork of several graduating seniors at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School will be featured in the 2016 Senior Art Show. The show runs from May 19th to May 25th, and everyone is welcome to attend the Opening Reception on Thursday, May 19th, from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. in the Front Commons at GDRHS. Complimentary hor … read more


Premru, de Groot accepted to Art All-State

Congratulations to Will Premru (2017) and Catherine de Groot (2017) who were both accepted to Art All-State. Each year high schools are allowed to nominate two juniors for the All State application process. Will and Catherine were rigorously interviewed by the All-State panel for the opportunity to be mentored by prominent artists in a two … read more


Woman’s History Month Career Panel Enlightens Students

The Women’s History Month Committee at Groton – Dunstable Regional High School held their last event of the month on Wednesday, March 30th in the high school library. The committee hosted a career panel made up of Lisa Ansara, a Professor of Psychology at UMass Lowell with a background in social work, Dr. Katie Novak, … read more


Fitchburg Mayor Wong Encourages Students to Make a Change

Mayor Wong, "Everyone in this room is here some of our ancestors took a profound risk.”

On Wednesday March 16th, Mayor Lisa Wong of Fitchburg spoke at an event hosted by the Groton-Dunstable Women’s History Month Committee and sponsored by the Groton-Dunstable Education Foundation. As both the first Asian American and youngest female mayor in Massachusetts, she recounted about the many adventures that have been a part of her life and … read more


Sam Ferraro, Boston College Bound

“My parents are awesome, a big part of sports for me” shared Sam.

By Robert Mingolelli – “Her judgement is beyond reproach, evidenced by her decision to attend, the greatest college on the planet,” offered Groton-Dunstable principal and Boston College alum Mike Mastrullo, regarding senior Sam Ferraro who will attend his alma mater in the fall. Sam and her sister Lexie, her best friend, live in Groton with … read more