About Our School

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 22 career areas at Bay Path.

Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to offer the public services listed below. Whether you are looking to have lunch at the Hilltop Restaurant, grab a coffee and pastry from the Cafe, stop in for your Bay Path apparel from the Minuteman Shop, get pampered at the Minuteman Salon, or complete your regular banking transactions at the in-house Southbridge Credit Union Branch, Bay Path is here to help!

Our Mission Statement

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 22 trade areas to choose from.


At Bay Path, we understand that the success of our students in their chosen career area is dependent on a strong academic background. To ensure the success of our students, Bay Path offers vigorous academic classes as well as Advanced Placement courses in English, Math, Science, and Computer Science.

Career Areas

Now offering over twenty career choices to our students, Bay Path has an area of study for each and every student. Whether you are looking to prepare to enter the workforce or better prepare for a post-secondary education, Bay Path can help prepare you for a successful career!

Athletic Department

Bay Path is extremely proud to offer fall, winter, and spring sports programs to our students. Whether you are looking to compete in a competitive team environment or whether you are just looking for an after school intermural program, you will find a program to suit your needs!

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Yearbooks Now on Sale!

Order your 2015-2016 Bay Path Yearbook online now at www.jostens.com through May 31, 2016.

Monday is

June 20, 2016 - B Week Day 2

Tuesday is

June 21, 2016 - B Week Day 3

School Events

Freshmen & Junior Finals: English, History, Junior Related
Noon dismissal for all students
Freshmen & Junior Finals: Science, Math, PE Health
Noon dismissal for all students
Underclassmen Awards
During School Hours
Last Day of School
11:00 am dismissal for all students

Bay Path News

2016 Awards Ceremony

2016 Graduation Ceremony

QCC Maker Academy Summer Exploration and College Readiness Program

QCC is running a free student program this summer along with our teacher professional development under a similar name — Maker Academy Summer Exploration and College Readiness Program –for students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. The student program runs for two weeks, Monday through Friday, from July 11th – July 22nd. This full-day program includes morning college readiness programs in math and English, as well as an afternoon program in QCC’s Fab Lab.

2016 Summer Reading

Spring 2016 Spark Literary Arts Magazine!

Staying Alive with OSHA!

The Junior Cosmetology Students need your help!!

They entered OSHA’s National Video Contest and were selected as finalists! Winners will be chosen by the number of votes they receive. Please go to the link below and vote for; “Staying Alive with OSHA”. Vote as often as you can and share the link with family and friends to help our students and school win the scholarship prize. Voting ends May 12, 2016.

Click here to vote! or Click here to watch Staying Alive with OSHA!

ITAC - Great Careers Start at Quinsigamond Community College!

2016 QCC College Courses

As part of Bay Path’s Early College High School initiative, we will be offering an opportunity for our students to enroll in FREE COLLEGE CLASSES through Quinsigamond Community College (QCC). The courses fulfill the core requirements that most colleges require for a variety of degree programs. The courses will run from January 19, 2016 to the week of May 2, 2016. The courses are free, they will be held at Bay Path after school, and a late bus will be available. Please note that enrollment is competitive and based on grades, attendance, and discipline records. The courses are:

  • ENG 101: English Literature and Composition (Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30 PM)
  • CIS 111: Introduction to Computer Science (Thursdays, 2:30-5:30 PM)
  • PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology (Thursdays, 2:30-5:30 PM)

2016 SkillsUSA State Competition!

Congratulations to all of the Bay Path students who competed in the 2016 State SkillsUSA Competition! Our students displayed great amounts of hard work and perseverance during their competitions! Nine students will be traveling to Louisville Kentucky, June 20-25 for the National SkillsUSA competition! Good luck Bay Path!

View the 2016 State SkillsUSA Bay Path Medalists

Congratulations Bay Path Robotics!

Congratulations to the Bay Path Robotics Team for an outstanding job in sunny Chicago. Robbie Star took Donkey Teeth to a 3rd place finish; While Jake Ledoux drove Mrs. Plow to a 2nd place finish. These students define team work and Bay Path Pride.

Travel Team:

  • Adrianna Rocheleau
  • Kelly Moriarty
  • Lucas Gordon
  • Nicholas Mandella
  • Michael Gordon
  • John Trainor
  • Evan Mantiatis
  • Angelo Lameroureux
  • Jacob Ledoux
  • Matthew Roberston
  • Robert Star
  • Jacob Morin