Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School


Dr. Jeanne Bonneau

Interim Principal

Dr. Bruce W. Tench, II, Ed.D

Vice Principal

Marie Juanita DiGioia

Vice Principal

Stasia Peters

Director Career & Tech Ed

Doug Kelley

Dean of Activities and Athletics

Dawn Dailey-Begin


508-252-5025 (main)

508-252-5050 (guidance)

508-252-5055 (athletics)

508-252-5060 (special services)

508-252-5030 (vocational)

Emails: first name initial followed by last name at: drregional.org



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Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee Meetings

Second and Fourth Tuesdays at 6:30 PM

DRRHS Media Center


With weekly input from faculty, D-R administration recognizes two students each week for outstanding achievement within the school community.  Along with having their names read on Friday morning, they receive a tee-shirt to wear that day and recognition in the Falcon Weekly on the school website. The program is supported financially through a donation from Bristol County Savings Bank. 


The mission of Best Buddies is for students to develop one-to-one relationships with peers. To learn more, please visit bestbuddies.org/best-buddies.


Peer Leaders represent a sense of belonging to the community, community service, and providing a positive role model in school. Some of the activities that Peer Leaders organize each year are the following. Those interested in Peer Leaders can pick up an application in the main office.



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(Article from DRRHS Blog)

Sixteen seniors and 27 juniors were inducted into the James F. Frates chapter of the National Honor Society in December.  The 43 students have earned a weighted 96.0 GPA or higher throughout their years at DRRHS.  In addition, they went through a rigorous application process in order to be admitted which included creating a portfolio to highlight the four pillars of the National Honor Society:  Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership.  Each year our inductees nominate a distinguished faculty member to serve as the key note speaker.  Mr. Kurt Loell was nominated to address the students and families for the second year in a row.  

    We are proud of these accomplished young men and women and welcome them into the James F. Frates Chapter of NHS.  The friends and family of inductees enjoyed the fine music of DR high school's very own Brandon Weddell's jazz ensemble, the Evolution Jazz Quartet.  Finally, at the end of the night, we congregated in the media center to celebrate these students with coffee and refreshments.  Congratulations inductees! Megan Alves

  1. Aaron Alves

  2. Jenna Barlow

  3. Benjamin Bellavance

  4. Sydney Borrello

  5. Caitlin Carro

  6. Kirsten Chambers

  7. Owen Conti

  8. Jarrett Cordeiro

  9. William Davis

  10. Madison Dewey

  11. Samuel DuBois

  12. Madison Fagan

  13. Sydney Flanagan

  14. Christopher George

  15. Emily Greenberg

  16. Jillian Henrique

  17. Megan Kelley

  18. Jacqueline Kucia

  19. Lauren Labouliere

  20. Andrea Lawler

  21. Emily Leonard

  22. Peyton Maccarone

  23. Kylah McKeon

  24. Celina Medeiros

  25. Kyle O’Connell

  26. Garrett Paquette

  27. Hannah Peixoto

  28. Hannah Phillip

  29. Charles Pike

  30. Calli Pratt

  31. Aaron Ramos

  32. Joseph Reed

  33. Emily Reid

  34. Kyle Rendon

  35. Evaline Rodrigues

  36. Jacob Rogers

  37. Mikayla Silva

  38. Lindsey Silvia

  39. Anna Stone

  40. Ian Sullivan

  41. Emma Thompson

  42. Cassidy Vincent



Students, families and the community are invited to attend the school’s first college fair on Thursday, March 9 from 6 to 7:30 PM in the high school gymnasium. There will be admission counselors from 35 colleges in the New England area and representatives from different branches of the U.S. military. For more info, contact Assistant Principal Dr. Bruce Tench at 508-252-5025, ext. 5614, or email btench@drregional.org.