Silver Lake Regional High School is home to over 1,000 students in Grades 9-12 from the Halifax, Kingston and Plympton communities. Our school provides all students with a rigorous academic program based on the Massachusetts Common Core Standards. All students are required to take four years of English, three years of social studies, four years of mathematics, three years of science, four years of wellness, two fine or practical arts courses, demonstration of computer competency, with the remainder of students' programs filled from a variety of elective courses including two world languages.
Silver Lake Regional High School is a comprehensive high school that offers a four-year Chapter-74 approved Career and Technical Education program in allied health, automotive technology, carpentry, horticulture, culinary arts, metal fabrication, welding, and childcare. All Career and Technical Education students complete a senior exhibition and summative assessment. CTE students can earn a high school diploma and a certificate of vocational proficiency.
Silver Lake Regional High School offers a variety of co-curricular activities for its students, including 18 athletic programs, a variety of music programs including, concerts, and select choirs, modern / jazz band and over 30 different clubs, including student government opportunities. Over 88 percent of students every year participate in at least one of these activities.