Blue Hills Regional Technical School is located in Canton, Massachusetts, in a geographical region that has abundant opportunities for students. Scores of outstanding colleges and universities are situated in Greater Boston, along with thriving businesses that employ our graduates. With easy access to Boston and Route 128 – an area famous for its high concentration of industrial technology – this location provides excellent opportunities for employment. Situated on a 35-acre campus that borders a tranquil MDC reservation, the school has a beautiful view of its namesake, "Big Blue" Hill.
Blue Hills has nine vibrant towns in its school district: Avon, Braintree, Canton, Dedham, Holbrook, Milton, Norwood, Randolph, and Westwood.
Students at Blue Hills Regional Technical School have a history of academic achievement, superb technical training, and character development. Through a curriculum which emphasizes the integration of cutting-edge technical programs and challenging academic courses, we enable them to become competent, caring and productive people in a diverse and changing world.Principal's Blog
Please join us for this informative and enjoyable evening when families and prospective students can see everything that Blue Hills Regional Technical School has to offer.
More details to come!!!!
Parent, Teacher and Student School Council members are needed!
ü We need three parents of students currently attending Blue Hills
ü Three teachers currently employed at Blue Hills
ü Three students enrolled at Blue Hills
This is a great way to be a part of Blue Hills, to express your ideas and viewpoints, and to perform a valuable service to the entire Blue Hills Regional community. It requires only a small investment of time, but can be very rewarding. Your participation would be greatly appreciated.
School Council is an organization put together by the School Principal, required by law (G.L. c 71, 59C.) This Council is asked to adopt and work on educational goals for the school consistent with School Committee policies and the Board of Education’s standards, including student performance standards. Some items which are usually discussed by the Council are the Program of Studies, School Discipline Policies, the School Building Budget and the School Improvement Plan. The meetings are once a month (October through May) at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday evenings with a light meal served. Meeting dates for SY 2017 will be listed soon.
Should anyone like to be involved with the School Council this School Year, please contact Ms. Cindy Fama by email at email@example.com
(Parents and students may participate separately.)
Health office annual health survey (and Tylenol or Advil consent)
Optional gr 9 and new gr 10:
Optional gr 11 and gr 12 only:
Apply now for home construction projects for the 2016-17 school year!
See details in the PDF.
The Blue Hills Regional Technical School District is an equal opportunity educational institution. All programs, courses of study and activities are open to all students without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin or handicap. The School District is in full compliance with Massachusetts Law, Chapter 622 of the Acts of 1971, and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (U.S. Code), and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Individuals may make inquiries relative to Chapter 622 and Title IX from the coordinator, at the school address or by phoning 781-828-5800.
These Articulation Agreements will allow our students to satisfy course requirements at future higher education institutions through their enrollment in the vocational programs here at Blue Hills.
The hope is this list will expand to include agreements with more institutions over time, particularly with four-year colleges and universities.
A college fair for seniors will be held in the cafeteria on Thursday, October 6 at 1:00-1:35 p.m.
Vocational instructors are requested to escort their senior students to the cafeteria at the announcement at about 1:00 where students will meet with 30-40 college and military representatives. Teachers should please remain with their students for the duration of the fair to provide supervision.
Here is a list colleges and post-secondary schools that have said they will be attending as well as a copy of the College Fair Worksheet guidance will be handing out for your students to use.
Thank you for your time and cooperation--if you have any concerns or suggestions, please contact the guidance department.
Please click on these documents:
Boosters is looking for store volunteers for the following:
THURSDAYS from (alternate weeks)
If you are interested please contact StoreMgr@bh-boosters.org
- District Policy Book
- Employee Resources
- Practical Nursing
- Activity Registration
- Parent/Student Handbook (PDF)
- Cell phone use policy for students
- School Calendar (PDF)
- X2 Parental/Student/Faculty Portal
- Faculty & Staff Contacts
- BHR Students and Grads in the News
- Program of Studies 2016-17 8-22-16
- BHR History Timeline
- Student Fee Payments
- Transcript Request Form (PDF)
- Parent - Guardian Athletics Sign-Off Page
- Lunch menu for the week of October 3, 2016
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Who We Are
Blue Hills Regional Technical School is a recognized leader in career and technical education. For nearly 50 years, we have been preparing the next generation of outstanding young professionals by providing them with practical, hands-on experience in their chosen career path, plus rigorous academics that position them to continue their education. The regional district includes Avon, Braintree, Canton, Dedham, Holbrook, Milton, Norwood, Randolph and Westwood.