Ralph C. Mahar Regional High School
507 South Main Street
|Superintendent||Tari N. Thomas|
|• Grade 7||125|
|• Grade 8||143|
|• Grade 9||139|
|• Grade 10||126|
|• Grade 11||99|
|• Grade 12||96|
|School color(s)||Red and blue|
|Rival||Athol High School|
|USNWR ranking||3 Stars by Schooldigger|
$15,765 per pupil
|41.4% of student body receives free or reduced lunch (2011).|
Ralph C. Mahar Regional High School is located on South Main Street in Orange, Massachusetts, United States. The public school currently[when?] serves students in grades 7-12 in the four towns of New Salem, Orange and Wendell in Franklin County, and Petersham in Worcester County. The school is ranked 62nd within the state of Massachusetts.
Known for its strong rivalry with Athol Regional High School, the Thanksgiving Day football game is a cherished tradition at Mahar.
- "Ralph C Mahar Regional Student Body". USNews. Retrieved 9 March 2015.
- "About us". Ralph C. Mahar Regional High School. Missing or empty
- "Ralph C Mahar Regional". Retrieved 9 March 2015.
- "Mahar Regional Football Rival". Retrieved 9 March 2015.
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