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Admissions Open House Announced

Tours available November 28th

The annual Open House for parents, guardians, and prospective students will be held at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 from 5:30-8:00 p.m. The evening is an opportunity to tour the campus at 65 Pleasant Street in Upton and gather information regarding the national recognized vocational technical system.

Seventh-and eighth-grade students, interested transfers, and their parents/guardians are welcome to view first-hand the rigorous academic and high quality vocational technical educational opportunities at Valley Tech. Information about the application and admissions process will be available and visitors can tour the vocational technical training areas. Members of the BVT staff will be available as a resource to discuss curriculum, college and career planning, and vocational opportunities.

Prior to the Open House, BVT staff will host two admissions workshops at 5:00 p.m. for parents of special education students and Spanish immersion students. The Special Education workshop will discuss the supports available for students applying to BVT as Special Education students. The Spanish Immersion Program workshop will discuss the school’s Spanish Immersion program and how parents can enroll their students in it.

Ample parking will be available and shuttle service will be provided in the event of inclement weather. A snow date of Thursday, November 29, 2018 is planned in case of severe weather.

Parents should be aware that all applications for admission to the Class of 2023 must be received at Valley Tech by Friday, February 1, 2019. Some sending school systems may have an earlier submission deadline. Details on the admissions process and the recently upgraded admissions policy can be found by visiting www.valleytech.k12.ma.us.

Valley Tech, a Massachusetts Green School and nationally recognized model school system offers 18 different consolidated, state approved vocational technical programs in addition to a challenging academic curriculum. The system has been lauded at the state and national level for impressively high student achievement.