• Admission Update

    Released on March 30, 2020

    Dear Applicants and their Parents and Guardians,

    Today at approximately 4:30 p.m., Blackstone Valley Tech sent out notifications via email to all of the applicants for 9th grade admission.

    Given our mode of communication for distributing admission status letters this year is via email, if any of our applicants did not receive notification due to any email address issues, please contact us directly at admissions@valleytech.k12.ma.us to receive your admission correspondence.

    During this time of statewide closures, we are operating our admission department remotely, thus we are only reachable via email for questions during this time.

    • Applications for Upperclassman (Grades 10, 11 & 12) are now due on May 15, 2020.  Please stay tuned to this website for updates on 10th, 11th and 12th grade admission applications.


    Released on March 18, 2020

    Dear Applicants and their Parents and Guardians,

    As we face the new reality of managing our school functions from remote locations, we are facing a short delay in our annual timeline for admissions.

    Our admission process is a comprehensive collection of data for your student’s 7th and 8th grade years along with individual interviews. As a result, it takes a good amount of time to load that information into our system. We were in the final week of inputting our data when we were issued the school closure order by the State.  Thus, we are facing a delay in the distribution of our acceptance letters.  Today, we are able to remotely re-establish the ability to input data to complete the admission process.  We plan on working diligently during this time to complete the admission process.

    Although we are unsure at this time if you will receive a physical letter or if this communication will come via email, it is our target to get this correspondence into your hands the first week in April. During the time leading up to our admission notices, please refer to our Admission page on the BVT website for up-to-date status information on the release of the letters. It will have updated notices on dates and timelines.

    Understandably, this delay adds more anxiety to the wait. However, we are committed to completing the process as quickly as possible to support your ability to make plans for your student’s high school plans.

    As we have seen, each day brings new developments, directives, and guidelines; we will continue to keep you informed during this time. Please be well, and stay healthy.

    • Incoming Freshmen Testing schedule for Saturday, April 4th has been Postponed to TBA
    • Applications for Upperclassman (Grades 10, 11 & 12) are now due on May 15, 2020.

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    Is BVT right for you?
    Making the decision to attend a vocational technical high school might just be one of the most important decisions of your life thus far! But how do you know whether BVT is right for you?

    It’s simple, really. Start by answering these questions: 
    • Do you love a good challenge?
    • Do you learn best when your hands, mind, and heart work together?
    • Are you open to new ideas, working collaboratively, and listening intently? 
    • Are you ready to expand your outlook and make meaningful connections within a
       unique community?
    • Do you believe it’s never too soon to begin planning your future? 

    If your answer to any of these questions is an enthusiastic “YES!” we’d love to hear from you. Take some time to browse through this view book and read about our 18 exciting career vocational technical programs and rigorous academic offerings. See how many extracurricular activities are available to help you develop your interests, fuel your passion, make new friends, and have fun!

  • How to Apply
    Students with a passion for learning who reside in the 13-town of Blackstone Valley Vocational Regional School District and who will have completed Grade 8 prior to enrolling, may apply. An application may be obtained from your school guidance counselor, downloaded and printed or by calling our Admissions Office at 508–529–7758  x3141. Private school students may obtain an application through the BVT website. NOTE: The deadline to apply for grade 9 is Friday, January 31st.  Upperclassman Applications are due April 1, 2020. 

    Subject to the availability of openings, upperclassman, like 8th grade students looking to apply for the 9th grade, must obtain an application from their local school Guidance Counselor or on BVT's website and proceed through the admissions process in the same way. Applications for upperclassman are due April 1st.

    The following time line should be kept in mind:
    October: Presentations of BVT at district schools during the school day arranged by
       each sending school’s guidance department.
    November: Tours of BVT during the school day arranged by each sending school’s
       guidance department. Private school students call x3020 for the private school tour
       date/time or check current tour schedule.
    November: Our Annual Admissions Open House is open to Grade 7 & 8 students and
       their families for self-guided tours and informational activities throughout the building.
    Friday, January 31: Application Deadline.
     February: Interviews are conducted at district schools. Private school student as well
       as absences are interviewed at BVT.
    March (late): Notification/acceptance letters mailed.
    • April 1st: Upperclassman application deadline.
    April: (1st Saturday in April)  Placement testing for accepted incoming freshman students.
    April (late): Deadline to accept for those who received an acceptance letter. 
    • June/July: Subject to availability of openings, applications for upperclassmen
       are reviewed.

    For complete details on what it takes to become a BVT Beaver, check out our BVT Admissions Policy.

    For questions please contact the Admission Office:

    Michele Denise
    508–529–7758  x3141

    Anne-Marie Colonero
    508–529–7758  x3020

  •    “Valley Tech can be such a good inspiration and something to strive for.
    If you’re not doing well in school, you might say to yourself,
    ‘I want to go to Valley Tech, so what do I need to do to improve?’” 
    — Elizabeth DeCosta,
    Manufacturing & Engineering Technology, Class of 2017

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