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Students must apply for admission to Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. All students must meet the Admission Policy standards established by the WRVT School Committee to be considered for admission. To be eligible for a vocational/technical certificate, students must attend both academic and vocational classes on-site at the school. The Massachusetts Department of Education and Massachusetts Board of Education have approved this policy.
At its discretion, the Whittier School district may admit out-of-district students under the provisions of Chapter 76, Sections 12 and 12B of the M.G.L., providing that such students have met the standards of the Admission Policy. Acting on behalf of the WRVT School Committee, the Superintendent, or his/her designee, will see that procedures are developed by which applications for admissions from out-of-district students will be received and processed.
Complete information regarding the policy and application procedures can be found in the Admission Policy.
Whittier Regional Vocational High School admits students and makes available its advantages, privileges and courses of study without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or homelessness status. Whittier Tech has a published admission policy that is made available to all applicants and parent(s)/guardian(s) as part of the admission process. The policy gives the admission criteria, as well as a description of the entire admission process.
This application form must be completed and submitted to Whittier Tech. In addition to this application form, the applicant's current guidance counselor will submit transcripts of the criteria that will be used for admission that includes the applicant's grades, attendance record and discipline/conduct record. For fall admission, this would include terms 1 and 2 of the current school year and terms 1-4 of the previous year. In addition to grades, attendance and discipline/conduct, the current guidance counselor's recommendation on this form will used. A fifth criteria consisting of an interview with the applicant will be also used.