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Athletic Facilities Improvement Project

rendering of the Athletic Field proposed plans

View the Superintendent's Information Session on 3/11/23 here.

The Athletic Facilities Improvement Project is an initiative, supported by the district and powered by volunteer community members, to raise funds to improve our athletic facilities. The plan includes turf main field and track, ADA compliant press box, restrooms/amenities and concession/ticket building, tennis courts, a turf softball field, and a large turf practice area capable of accommodating baseball, soccer, field hockey, football, lacrosse, and other uses on regulation-sized fields. Lights are also being considered for all playing surfaces, as well as egress and safety lighting.

Goals of the Project:

  • Bring students/events back on campus
  • Enhance youth and community athletic experience
  • Relieve pressure on town parks and fields
  • Address the NEASC critical school facility needs for accreditation
  • Build community pride and attraction for families
Bids were due the week of May 6, 2024 for the Athletic Facilities Improvement Project. Once reviewed and finalized, a final bid letter will be sent mid-next week to the contractor who won the bid. If all goes well, we can begin construction as early as the week of May 20th. Although six or eight weeks behind the original schedule, it will be great to get the project started. The full scope of the project will take about 1 year to complete

HWRSD Athletic Facilities Improvement Project School Committee Presentation 3.2.23

PFAS Information:  

PFAS Contamination in Turf Fields & Stream Determination
Hamilton Wenham Regional High School – Athletic Campus Redevelopment 2/15/23


graphic of the proposed athletic facilities improvement project
Arial photo of the HS/MS with fields in the background

Back Field & Baseball FIeld 

Softball Field

Stadium Field


Photo of a banner on the stadium fence that says %22home of the generals%22
"We sit on the precipice of some wonderful upgrades and improvements for our school system that ultimately upgrade and update our communities. The success of these projects will need all of us to come together to decide if we are, or are not ready and willing to fund these projects on behalf of our children."
- Eric Tracy, Superintendent

Superintendent's Presentation with Q&A