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  • Shawsheen Tech Wins Gold at SkillsUSA Nationals!

    Eight students from Shawsheen Tech took Kentucky by storm! They attended the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, KY where they competed in a variety of skill areas including Basic Health Care Skills, Screen Printing, Technical Computer Applications, and Esthetics, State t-shirt Design, State Pin Design and Masonry. With two students winning gold medals and one winning a silver medal, the students represented Shawsheen and Massachusetts very well.

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  • Shawsheen Tech's Class of 2019 Graduates!

    303 members of the graduating class: 66% will go on to two and four-year colleges and universities, 32% to careers and 2% will join the military •79 students received the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship because of their high-ranking performances on the MCAS. • 68% of the class worked at co-op jobs in their fields of study this year. • 36 seniors earned college credits for successfully completing college-level courses while seniors at Shawsheen, in partnership with Middlesex Community College • Students earned dozens of industry certifications including Adobe Certified Associate, Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, OSHA, The American Heart Association Heartsaver, First Aid and Basic Life Support Certification, and ServSafe. • 5 students were accepted into Union Apprenticeship programs - two at the Local IBEW 103 (Electricians), one at the Plumbers & Gasfitters - Local 12 and two at the Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen - Local 3

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  • Shawsheen student named U.S. Presidential Scholar

    "Megan Brown has known since middle school that she wanted to work in medicine. As a student at Shawsheen Valley Technical High School, she worked towards that goal through the school's Health Assisting program. Now a graduating senior, Brown's hard work has earned her a distinguished award. This month Brown was named a 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholar. She is one of just 161 students across the country to be named U.S. Presidential Scholars and is the only Career and Technical Education (CTE) student in the state to receive the honor. Only 20 CTE students across the country were named Presidential Scholars."

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  • School is implementing a new website!

    Come often and see our improvements!

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