Minuteman recently hosted a visit from high school and middle school teachers from China. The delegation wanted to visit Minuteman’s career and technical programs and learn about its efforts to promote science, technology, arts, engineering and math (STEAM) education.
Arlington EATS helps provide students in the Arlington public schools with nutritious food at other times, such as school vacations and weekends.
Minuteman’s Career Pathways Afterschool Program is an opportunity for sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students to explore a host of career pathways through project-based learning.
The Minuteman School Building Committee has selected the Gilbane Building Co. to serve as Construction Manager for its new high school.
The District was assigned the highest short-term municipal bond rating possible by rating agency Standard and Poor’s.
Minuteman High School improved its performance on state MCAS tests this year, with that improvement extending to all disciplines and all student subgroups.
Melanie Hennessey, a Minuteman student from Dover, is the winner of a logo design contest sponsored by the Battlegreen Run Foundation.
Students at the Florence Sawyer Middle School in Bolton now have a brand new computer lab, thanks to a unique partnership with Minuteman High School
Residents in 16 communities voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to support a new high school for the Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School District.
Director of Career Technical Education Michelle Roche and Principal Jack Dillon look over plans for the new Advanced Manufacturing program at Minuteman High School.