What do you believe is the magic ingredient in creating a happy, healthy, and successful future for your child?
For us, it’s passion.
You’ll find it in our dedicated teachers, instructors, administrators, and support staff who share your commitment to your child’s success. At the heart of this commitment is a dynamic relationship between our teachers and your child, and a culture of learning that is transforming education in new and exciting ways.
Blackstone Valley Tech is not your typical high school. From the vocational technical shops, to state-of-the-art laboratories, and Advanced Placement courses, our school is home to teachers who creatively share their expertise through an integration of classroom learning and real world, hands-on projects. Understanding that every student learns differently, our teachers take the time to nurture your child’s interests while teaching them to navigate obstacles, strategically embrace challenges, and celebrate achievements. Students in turn have a unique opportunity to explore multiple career paths, hone their skills, and discover their passion and purpose in life.
As a result of the BVT culture of respect and high expectations, your child will graduate as a confident and empowered young adult — one who has found a voice, charted a course, and is ready to make a mark on the world.
Come share the passion, and be part of the BVT family!
Monday, September 20th • Seniors: Financial Aid Lessons
Monday, September 20th – Friday, September 24th • Spirit Week • Monday: Comfy Day • Tuesday: Soccer Moms vs. Grill Dads • Wednesday: Dynamic Duo • Thursday: Country vs. Country Club • Friday: Class Colors
Tuesday, September 21st • MEFA’s Webinar Series: College Financing
Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School
65 Pleasant Street, Upton, MA 01568
P: 508-529-7758 I F: 508-529-2403
BVT welcomes and is open to all students, and offers equal opportunities in all approved programs and courses of study without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, homelessness, or disability.