Tri-County Awarded Football Grant

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School has been chosen as the regional 2017 recipient of the Silvio Cella Family Foundation grant. The grant program provides high school football teams in Massachusetts funding to help improve playing conditions, increase player safety and participation, purchase needed equipment, and build teamwork, pride and confidence.

Tri-County Student from Bellingham Wins Outstanding Vocational Student Award

FRANKLIN, MA – Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School senior Zachary Keeler, of Bellingham, has been selected as the recipient of the 31st annual Outstanding Vocational Student Award.

The Engineering Technology student received the award during a ceremony and dinner on Thursday, April 13, at the Mechanics Hall in Worcester.

Kindness Matters Campaign Wins First Place in the SkillsUSA Chapter Community Service Competition

Three Tri-County RVTHS SkillsUSA students won first place in the SkillsUSA chapter community service competition for high school students.  Esmirna Amaya and Rosa Martines, both of North Attleboro, and Hanna Goudreau of Medway all who are grade 11 Medical careers students created a Kindness Matters campaign for the high school.  The students will now go on to the SkillsUSA State competition.  Kindness Matters is not just another “anti-bullying” campaign.

Three Seniors Win Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

Three Tri-County RVTHS Seniors, Adriana Oliveira of Seekonk; Cara Wolfe of Attleboro; and Ashley O'Handley of Plainville, have received the Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing.  The award, sponsored by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Bank of America, BATEC, Microsoft, Science Club for Girls, UMass School of Computer Science and Wellesley College, recognizes young high school women for their compu

Learning Is Fun for Engineering Students

Three Tri-County Engineering Seniors, Cole Bechet, Ethan Mullin, and Connor Schultz, have built working trebuchets that launch objects.  In medieval times, trebuchets were used in warfare for hurling large stones or other missiles.  The engineering students were challenged to create their own trebuchets not to use for warfare, but for implementing what they’ve learned in physics.

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