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    Blue Hills Regional Technical High School
    Welcome
    800 Randolph St., Canton, MA 02021 | (781) 828-5800
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    Design & Visual Communication
    DVC
    Poster Design & Manufacture
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    Information Support Services & Networking
    Computer Technology
    Hardware, programming, web development & design
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    Repairing HVAC Units
    HVAC/R Program
    Practical Day
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    Capacitor replacement
    Electronics
    TV Circuitry
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    3-D Printer
    Engineering
    Physics Practical
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    Logo Design
    Graphics
    Company Marketing & Photoshop
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    Rose teaching kids colors
    Early Childhood
    Sensory awareness study
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    Another successful project.
    Construction Tech
    Ready for roofing!
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    Students help each other
    Sharing Knowledge
    Working together
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    Students use their Chromebooks
    Technology in the Classroom
    Blue Hills is a 21st-century high school
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    Come have lunch in our restaurant
    Cooking up something exciting
    Learning the food service industry
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    Mastering the latest software in Drafting / CAD
    Building the Future
    Many possible careers with this training

Welcome to Blue Hills Regional Technical School 800 Randolph Street, Canton, MA 02021  |  Tel: (781) 828-5800  |  Fax: (781) 828-0794  |  Email: info@bluehills.org

School Overview

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

Featured Information

Seniors, please read these three documents below which have imprtant information about Graduation and end of the year activities.

End of the year activities 2016

2016 parent letter for graduates

2016 reminders for seniors

 

Please come to the Car Wash on Saturday May 14 and support the BHR chapter of SkillsUSA!!

Click here for flyer   SkillsUSA Car Wash

Beach Scene Painting Class sign up sheet and details  click here

Come join us for an evening of fun, even if you don't think you are artistic. Our instructor, Joanne Wayland, will walk us through the entire process. You do not need to feel intimidated, even if you have never picked up a paintbrush. There is a creative side to all of us! So, grab a group of friends and come join us. You can have fun and help support the Blue Hills Boosters at the same time.

When: Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Irish Cultural Center Pub, 200 New Boston Drive (off Route 138),
Canton
Price: $35.00
Hosted by: Blue Hills Regional Boosters
RSVP: By Monday, May 9, 2016 to kellioleary@verizon.net.
Space is limited, so make sure to RSVP early!

***** Cash bar, raffles, light refreshments provided. *****

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kelli O'Leary at kellioleary@verizon.net or 617-549-3874.

Apply now for home construction projects for the 2016-17 school year!

See details in the PDF.

Home construction projects - details

Cover letter from Principal Rossetti click here for document

Parent Student Handbook revised 9-3-15 click here for document

Letter for Freshmen from Principal Rossetti  click here for document

X2 Access Letter click here for document

My School Bucks Flyer - Paying Student Fees  click here for documen

Media permission form   click here for document

OPTIONAL DOCUMENTS:

Compact letter  click here for document

Military Opt-Out letter  for Grade 9 and New Grade 10 students  click here for document

Student Parking Form Grades 11 and 12  click here for document

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FREE AND REDUCED PRICE LUNCH APPLICATION HAS CHANGED.

PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION SHEET FIRST.

THE APPLICATION GETS TURNED IN TO THE STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE.

Free and Reduced Price lunch information

Free and Reduced Price Lunch Application

First Student Bus Company suggests students arrive 15 minutes before the times listed and those times may vary pending current traffic and bad weather.

Please click on the link below for the bus routes for this school year.

Bus routes SY 2015-16 Updated on 12-18-15

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.


Articulation Agreements 2016

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. 

--Francis Howley, BHR Director of Vocational Programs

PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION

The Early Education Center at Blue Hills Regional Technical School is now accepting registrations for September enrollment. The center offers a high quality, model preschool program, Tuesday-Friday from 8:30-11:30 for children ages 2 years 9 months to kindergarten. Please call: 781-828-5800 X 295 or email: ecoutu@bluehills.org.

Sports for the week of 5-1-16

The track meet today 5/5 vs Sacred Heart and West Bridgewater has been postponed for today and moved to Friday May 6that BHR

Freshman softball BHR vs NFA at BH postponed for today

Boys varsity baseball vs BP will be moved to BH on 5/5

Boys jv BB vs BP has been cancelled for 5/5

Girls varsity softball on 5/5 has been moved to 5/12

Girls jv softball has been moved to 5/12

BHR vs SER at SER in freshman baseball 5/4 has been moved to May 19

Track  Boys and Girls  BHR vs TC and BP @ BP has been moved to 5/9

Varsity Baseball  BHR vs Bristol Aggie  @ BA has been moved to 5/23

The track meet BHR vs Sacred Heart at Sacred Heart today has been
cancelled for 4/12 and moved to May 5th

 
Event

JV SB    BHR vs Bristol Plymouth @ BP  on 4/6 has been moved to 5/12
Var SB   BHR vs Bristol Plymouth @ BHR  on 4/6 has been moved to 5/12


This spring, BHR will be offering the following sports

Boys Baseball; Varsity, JV,and Freshman
Girls Softball; Varsity. JV and Freshman

Track and Field Boys and Girls
Co-Ed Lacrosse; Varsity and JV
Club Sport; Rugby

SAVE THE DATES: May 12 and May 19. BHR SEPAC is hosting two transition workshops presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs

Please click on this link to a flyer for more information:

Transition Workshops

 

The Blue Hills Athletic Hall of Fame will be hosting its annual golf tournament on Monday, July 25 at Ponkapoag Golf Course in Canton. This is the Hall of Fame's only fundraiser and we need your help!

We are looking for foursomes to play in the tournament. It is a Florida Style tournament, registration begins at 7:00, and the tournament tees off at 7:30. The cost is $125 per player and includes the greens fees, cart, lunch, and a golf shirt. Following the tournament, there will be a full buffet and prizes given out at Foley's Backstreet Grille in Stoughton. If you are interested in playing in the tournament, please fill out the entry form provided.

Can't make it to the tournament? You can still help out! The Hall of Fame is also looking for hole sponsors. There are three levels of hole sponsorship: Platinum $250.00, Gold $100.00, and Silver $50.00. Your company logo or name will be displayed at your sponsored hole.

We are also looking for people able to donate prizes to the tournament. We are looking for things such as gift certificates (restaurants, movie passes, etc.), sporting goods (golf equipment or clothing), and sporting event tickets (Red Sox, Patriots, etc.).

Anything you can do to help the Athletic Hall of Fame will be greatly appreciated!

If you are interested in playing in the tournament, sponsoring a hole, or donating a prize, please contact the tournament directors Brian Gearty or Ryan Kiff at bgearty@bluehills.org or rkiff@bluehills.org

Thank you,
The Blue Hills Athletic Hall of Fame



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. 

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