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Natick Public Schools
13 E. Central Street    
Natick, Massachusetts  01760  
Public School District
Coed Day pre-k 12 5400 students


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Employer Description

The Natick Public Schools educate approximately 5,300 students from Pre-K through age 22. We are an innovative, supportive, and high-performing district whose outstanding staff provides high quality services for our diverse students and their families from Natick and Boston.


We are home to families that speak almost 60 different languages, and our student population is approximately 27% Students of Color and 73% White students. With a graduation rate of 97% and 82% of our students attending post-secondary schools, we are proud of our commitment to excellence in educating students to be informed and successful citizens of a global world. We enthusiastically welcome educators to our district who seek and thrive in a diverse environment that focuses on the whole child in a strengths-based approach.


Natick Public Schools is an innovative and dynamic learning community dedicated to ensuring all students achieve success in a safe, trusting, respectful environment where learning is exciting and engaging. We are a community interested in driving innovation to transform learning and increase student achievement.

Our district boasts outstanding student performance, innovative thought leadership, and overall excellence as an educational powerhouse in Massachusetts.

Diversity Mission Statement

Natick Public Schools' current strategic plan outlines five key focus areas: our Profile of a Graduate; Dismantling Systemic Barriers for Equitable Access to Opportunity; Social-Emotional Learning and Healthy Living; Financial and Strategic Planning; and Communications and Engagement.

Our equity focus area is designed to combat systemic barriers that limit student, family and staff equitable access to opportunity and cherish them to such a degree that they thrive. Our social-emotional learning and healthy living efforts revolve around developing a systematic, developmentally appropriate social-emotional learning (SEL) and healthy living framework for student learning and parent engagement and partnership.