In the Early Education program, tomorrow's teachers are working with toddlers and pre-schoolers. Around the corner, Culinary Arts students are preparing lunch for a restaurant patron who just received a haircut inside the Cosmetology Program's teaching salon. Down the street, Carpentry students are putting the finishing touches on a home they built for the Town of Franklin. While this may sound very exciting, this is just a normal day for Tri-County students.
Walking through the building on a typical day, Tri-County often feels more like a school full of career-focused professionals than teenagers. Whether they plan to attend college or enter the workforce upon graduation, our students have goals and plans for achieving them. Our goal is to facilitate those plans by providing students with an education that fosters their strengths and abilities.
Tri-County offers many of the same opportunities as a traditional high school. A Tri-County student can take Advanced Placement courses, join a sports team, attend prom, and move on to a selective four-year college. What makes a Tri-County education different is the additional doors it can open. Our 16 Career Programs and rigorous academic courses equip students with the state-of-the-art technical skills and scholastic proficiency necessary to succeed in the twenty-first century workplace.
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For those who would prefer to fill out a paper application, Tri-County applications are available through the Tri-County Guidance Office. To obtain a paper application, please contact Ms. McNamara at 508-528-5400 or send her an email to email@example.com. After completing a paper application, please deliver it to your sending school guidance counselor. The guidance counselor completes the form and attaches the necessary records. If you apply online, we'll take care of delivering the application to your sending school guidance counselor.
Tours of Tri-County are available to the public every Tuesday morning that school is in session at 10 a.m. Please call 508-528-5400 to schedule a tour.
Criteria for admission includes:
- Scholastic record
- Attendance record
- Recommendations of the sending school
- An interview with a counselor from Tri-County
- Discipline record
It is the policy of Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, homelessness, and veteran or military status in its educational programs, full range of any occupational/vocational education program, extra‐curricular and school based activities or employment policies as required by Title IX of 1972 Education Amendments and Chapter 622 The Acts of 1971. Our policy is also in full compliance with the laws of The United States and Commonwealth of Massachusetts and all applicable regulations thereto with regard to special education and education of the handicapped [Chapter 766, PL94‐142 and section 504 of Rehabilitation Acts of 1973 and Chapter 74 Vocational Education in Massachusetts. To contact the Title VI or Title IX coordinator, call or write Michael Procaccini, Principal, Tri-County RVTHS, 147 Pond Street, Franklin, MA 02038, 508-528-5400. To contact the 504 Coordinator, call or write Scott O'Brien, Head of Guidance, Tri-County RVTHS, 147 Pond Street, Franklin, MA 02038, 508-528-5400.
- Admissions Policy - English (pdf)
- Admissions Application - English (pdf)
- Politica de Admision y Procedimientos (pdf)
- Formulario Para Solicitud de Admission (pdf)
- Regulamento e Procedimento de Admissoes (pdf)
- Formulario Para Admissao (pdf)
- Sample Interview Questions
- FAQs for Parents
- FAQs for Students
- Apply Online
- Paper Application
- Welcome to Tri-County Class of 2021
- Non-Discrimination Policy