Over 600 educators, students, and policy-makers from across the country will be attendance this year. Consequently we have reached the maximum capacity and have closed registration.

Shortly after the conclusion of the conference, we will upload the materials from each of our presenters on the conference website.

High School Redesign in Action is the New England Secondary School Consortium’s fifth annual conference for educators across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century. 

WHEN:  Thursday + Friday, March 20–21, 2014

WHERE: Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood, Massachusetts

WHO: Educators, students, policy makers, and teams from middle and secondary schools along with career and technical education centers and higher education from across the country engaged in school improvement

COST:  $200.00 per person |  High School Students: $50.00


Our block of rooms at the Four Points by Sheraton and the Norwood Courtyard by Marriott is sold out!

We do have another block of rooms available at the The Residence Inn  Contact them at 888.236.2427  Or book directly online

FMI: For questions and additional information, email Becky Vance or call 207-773-0505



Thursday, March 20

7:30 AM

Registration open

8:30 am- 11:30 am Pre-Conference Sessions
(Pre-registration required | No additional Cost)
1:00 pm Opening Session
2:15 pm Concurrent Sessions - Round 1
3:30 pm Break 
3:45 pm Concurrent Sessions - Round 2
5:00 pm- 7:00 pm

Hors d'oeuvres and Networking

Special performance by Cabot School (VT) student band, The Limes!

5:45 pm-7:00 pm Student Networking Session
7:00 pm Dinner on your own

Friday, March 21

7:00 am - 8:00 am

Continental Breakfast

8:15 am General Session
9:15 am Concurrent Sessions - Round 3
10:30 am Break 
10:45 am Concurrent Sessions - Round 4
12:00 pm  Lunch
1:15 pm Concurrent Sessions - Round 5
2:30 pm Adjournment (no closing ceremony)


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For more information:

Stephen Abbott, Director of Communications