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Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School Superintendent Dr. Michael F. Fitzpatrick Principal Christopher Cummings Location Upton, Massachusetts Colors Gold and Purple           Nickname BVT Mascot Beaver Website This article is written like an advertisement. Please help rewrite this article from a neutral point of view. For blatant advertising that would require a fundamental rewrite to become encyclopedic, use {{db-spam}} to mark for speedy deletion. (December 2008) Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School is a technical high school in Upton, Massachusetts serving the thirteen towns of the Blackstone Valley. The school offers seventeen technical programs that students can enroll in to learn more about that trade. The school was originally designed to serve students who could not or did not want to go to college. However, it aids students in going on to post-secondary school or into the workforce, since many of the school's graudates choose to continue their education. Contents 1 School District 2 Technical programs 2.1 Freshman Exploratory 3 Athletics 4 SkillsUSA 5 Accreditations and Associations 6 External links // School District Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational School serves thirteen towns in Blackstone Valley, Massachusetts: Bellingham Blackstone Douglas Grafton Hopedale Mendon Milford Millbury Millville Northbridge Sutton Upton Uxbridge The largest town, by population, is Milford. It is accessible within an hour's drive of Boston, Providence, Worcester, and Hartford. Technical programs Blackstone Valley Tech offers seventeen technical programs, called "shops," that are offered: Auto Body Auto Tech Business Technology Carpentry Cosmetology Culinary Arts Dental Assisting Drafting Electrical Electronics Graphic Communications Health Services HVAC/R Information Technology Manufacturing Technology Painting and Design Technology Plumbing Freshman Exploratory During students' Freshman year, students explore seven of the school's seventeen technical programs. Following the completion of the Freshmen Exploratory, students choose three technical programs they most desire for permanent placement. Sorted by grades and attendance, students are placed in their permanent technical programs. Parents of the students are notified of their placement. The students will remain in their technical program for the remaining 3½ school years. Athletics Blackstone Valley students have the opportunity to participate in 16 various athletics. Blackstone Valley competes in the Colonial Athletic League. Fall Football – Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman Golf – Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleading - Varsity and Junior Varsity Soccer (Boys) – Varsity and Junior Varsity Soccer (Girls) - Varsity and Junior Varsity Cross-Country – Boys and Girls Varsity Volleyball (Girls) – Varsity and Junior Varsity and 2 Freshman Teams Winter Basketball (Boys) – Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman Basketball (Girls) – Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleading – Varsity and Junior Varsity Hockey – Varsity (Co-op with Grafton High School) Spring Baseball – Varsity and Junior Varsity and Freshman Softball – Varsity and Junior Varsity Lacrosse – Varsity and Junior Varsity Track and Field – Boys and Girls Varsity Volleyball (Boys) – Varsity and Junior Varsity The 2008-2009 Boys Varsity Soccer Team was recently ranked Number 1 in the MIAA Central Division II Tounament with a 16-1-2 (10-1-1 C.A.L.) regular season record. The Boys team is also the current Massachusetts State Vocational Champions. MIAA Central Division II tournament, the team got a first round bye being the number one seed in the tournament. In the quarter final round, the team had an astonishing 4-0 victory over league opponent Bay Path now advancing to the MIAA Central Division II semi finals for the first time since 2006. Hudson High School, ranked number 4, would be the opponent after a penalty kick shoot-out against Northbridge High School, ranked number 2. Hudson overcame BVT with a final score of 3-1. SkillsUSA Blackstone Valley has been involved with the SkillsUSA program (formerly known as VICA) for many years. Blackstone Valley is in the West District when competing on the district level, and is the current host of the state level competition, often sending students to the national competition. Blackstone Valley is typically a fierce competitor at the SkillsUSA competitions. Students from every program have a good record of winning medals at all levels of SkillsUSA competitions. The Patrick Soullier award is given to any student who scores marks which exceed expectation. This award is given by the current principle. Accreditations and Associations Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. It is regulated by the Massachusetts Board of Education and is a part of the Massachusetts network of regional vocational high schools. External links School Website Town of Upton, Massachusetts website