Opening in 1972 on top of Muggett Hill, Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School serves students from its member Worcester County communities of Auburn, Charlton, Dudley, N. Brookfield, Oxford, Paxton, Rutland, Spencer, Southbridge, and Webster. The school's programs are also available to pupils outside these areas on a tuition basis. Bay Path is located 60 miles southwest of Boston, 10 miles south of Worcester, and 40 miles east of Springfield. Bay Path has been a visible part of our community by providing services to nonprofit organizations and municipalities. We offer a diverse course selection that addresses both your academic and career goals. Explore our 21 career areas at Bay Path.
Watch our video to learn more about our school.
Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School is a multifunctional educational facility established to serve the needs of a diverse population in the Southern Worcester County Regional Vocational District. It is the mission of the school, in cooperation with the district, to provide an integrated academic and vocational technical education. Our students are being prepared with a broad range of knowledge and job skills necessary to function effectively as productive and contributing members of multicultural communities. Bay Path has 21 trade areas to choose from.
The topping off ceremony was held on Tuesday February 18th with many friends and state representatives helping celebrate the final piece of steel for the new addition at Bay Path. The morning was a bit snowy but everyone present enjoyed the day and had an opportunity to sign the final piece of steel. Select pictures of the event are available here and we want to thank all those who support the construction project and those who were able to attend our event.
How to Assist Your Teen with Homework
A presentation will be given February 12, 2014 at 7pm
in the Lecture Hall
for all parents of Bay Path students. This informative session will review strategies to help and guide your child with doing homework. Hope to see you there!
Congratulations to the culinary students who won the gingerbread castle competition. People’s choice AND judges choice professional division.
CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
The After School Art Program will be featuring Watercolor Painting in this 10 week program. The program meets Thursdays starting in January.
Guest Artists include: David Baggarly - Artist/Illustrator and Lisa Kretchman - Artist/Illustrator
Any interested students should submit a letter of interest along with an art sample. (Students that have already been in the ASAP need to submit a letter of interest) addressed to : Mrs. Wilson, Graphic Communications. The letter and artwork are due on or before Friday ,January 10th 2014
Applications are now being accepted from anyone interested in having a house built in one of our 10 member communities.
Deadline for applications: 1/6/14 @ 3:30 PM
Interested applicants should call Peggi Corsi at (508) 248-5971, Ext. 1700 for an application and guidelines.
Member Communities are: Auburn, Charlton, Dudley, North Brookfield, Oxford, Paxton, Rutland, Southbridge, Spencer and Webster.
The following images are from last years house building project.
The Flu season is upon us and Bay Path would like to provide the following link to an article answering many questions about staying healthy this season. The PDF article can be found here.
And..... we're LIVE with Nicole Smith's LaunchPoint Profile!
Check it out at: https://www.edgefactor.com/nicole
Last school year when Nicole Smith(class of 2008) was here for the filming of Edge Factor she was chosen out of 1000’s of potential young people in the United States that chose a career in Manufacturing. The 5 city series is wrapping up filming. Bay Path will be in the first episode(Boston). Below is a link to the live stream that went up today with the press release. The final show should be done by the end of this year. It’s a great way to promote the awesome School that we work at.
The bts video tab is Jeremy Bout the producer of the series here at BP
Please congratulate the following students and their instructors who received medals and awards at the National Skills USA competition. If there is a SP after their name, then this means they received
A skills Point (SP) certificate as well. A Skills Point certificate means they received the required score and met the industry standards in their competition area. They can take this certificate and show they are proficient and employable in their discipline……Please congratulate these students as they represented Bay Path and the State of Massachusetts well!
Kevin Maynard Gold medal (SP) Sheet Metal
Kyle Jankowski. Bronze medal (SP) CNC Turning
Danika Rhodes. Bronze medal (SP) Basic Health Care
Rachael sandman. 10th Place (SP) Screen Printing
Joe Dwyer kiley 10th Place. (SP) Welding sculpture
Team works 10th Place (SP) Logyn Shea, Robert Oullette, Bryan Gibree, and Joshua St. Laurent
Cam Fournier 9th Place (SP) Power Equipment Technology
Dillon Abbott 7th Place (SP) Industrial Motor Control
Michael Daoust 6th Place (SP) Electrical Construction Wiring
Entrepreneurship 4th Place (SP) Brittany Boyle, Jessica Cahill, Danielle MacNeil, and Michael Torres
National delegates, these students were involved in campaigning for a student from Massachusetts (Monty Tech) to become a National Officer.
Mandi Strzelewicz, Joseph Danna State Officer, Andrew Richards, Gabrielle Bailey, and Stephen Mayo. The student was elected from Massachusetts as a National Officer
Gabrielle Bailey also received the Presidential Service Award for the second consecutive year.
Bay Path held its groundbreaking ceremony on June 10th at 9am. The following video was recorded of this exciting event. The new addition and renovation are expected to be completed in 2015.
In an effort to improve communications between Bay Path and the parents and guardians of current students, we are asking all parents/guardians to select this link to supply us with your current email address. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.
STOP & SHOP is pleased to announce the continuation of the A+ School Rewards Program during the 2013- 2014 school year and its' commitment to Bay Path and the community. If you shop at Stop and Shop please indicate that you would like to be part of this program. The Bay Path School Code is: 08937 - your participation will help support Bay Path.
For ten years, the Price Chopper Tools for Schools program has helped parents like you support Bay Path just by shopping with your AdvantEdge card. Many parents have registered their AdvantEdge cards to support their chosen school, but over time school closings, school consolidations and other changes among participating schools have invalidated school selections.
To ensure Price Chopper credit Bay Path accurately with the points you will earn on our behalf when their program relaunches July 31, they will require you to re-enroll in the program. You must re-enroll to continue to earn credit for Bay Path High school in the upcoming academic year.
You may re-enroll your card to support our school for the 2013-2014 school year. Enrolling is simple and takes just minutes. To enroll now, click here.
We want to thank all of you who have been so supportive of Tools for Schools and encourage anyone who is new to the program to join today by registering and choosing a school to support.
If you have any questions or need assistance with your Tools for Schools efforts please contact Price Chopper toll-free at (800) 352-4658, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, EST.