Sophomore and senior engineering students had a unique assignment to do this Holiday season. They were given the task of creating a gingerbread house architectural design. The theme was the architecture of ancient civilizations such as Greek or Roman architecture. Then, they had to research the architectural features that were indicative of that style of the time. Next, they
Tri-County Early Education sophomore and senior students attended a WPI STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education professional development training day.
The grand opening of the Tri-Dent office was a success! Dental Assisting Sophomores created a mock dental office that is run as a real dental business. Every student has been given a responsibility as if they’re running an office and working on "patients". The Tri-Dent office will help prepare students for upcoming Co-Op positions when they become juniors next year.
There was a time in the field of cosmetology when it used to be viewed as a women-only career. Now times have changed and more men are enrolling in cosmetology schools. Talent is no longer gender specific. Some of the most successful stylists in the world are men, and there’s no limit to their success.
Tri-County RVTHS Student Council recently coordinated donations for all these gifts for children and families in a bridge home. Each vocation was given the first name of a child and/or a family in need and a list of their wish list. Students and faculty donated items from the wish list and more. The Holidays are a great time of year to give back to the communit
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School senior Jeffrey Blenkhorn has been chosen as this year's recipient of the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.) Certificate of Academic Excellence.
Six Tri-County AP Physics students recently participated in the Women of Science scholarship competition in Bedford. The 15th run of this annual event drew 45 teams from 28 high schools in eastern Massachusetts.
Tri-County Cosmetology students recently performed complimentary manicures at Traditions Living Center in Dedham and then went shopping for a little boy in need.
Medical Careers Juniors sang Christmas carols for the residents at Countryside Healthcare in Milford. Adrianna Celeste played the guitar and sweetly sang solo with others joining in once they were comfortable. Words cannot describe how much the music meant to the residents. They enjoyed it so much.