Minuteman has landed another major grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to help upgrade its Biotechnology program.
What do you find when you spend five days digging through hard New England soil in freezing conditions? For a four-member crew from The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. (PAL), the answer was short and simple.
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.
A fund-raising event benefiting the Sarcoma Foundation of America and the Catherine J. Malatesta Scholarship Fund, is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at Arlington 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.
Education Commissioner Outlines Plan for Implementing Non-Member Capital Fee
Director of Career Technical Education Michelle Roche and Principal Jack Dillon look over plans for the new Advanced Manufacturing program at Minuteman High School.
Dana Ham, Director of Facilities for the Wynn Boston Harbor Project, is thinking big these days!
Minuteman is one of a dozen educational institutions and only five vocational schools selected by the state to study innovative programming to expand career and technical education.
Minuteman's School Committee has finalized the warrant for a September 20 district-wide election that will decide on bonding for a new Minuteman High School.
With a new school year beginning in just a few weeks, significant developments are ahead for Minuteman High School.
In hopes of saving a $44 million state grant and securing final approval to build a new high school, the Minuteman School Committee has decided to submit the issue directly to the voters of its member towns.
Top MSBA executives told the MSBA board of directors that they would be granting Minuteman an extension until November 30, 2016 to secure local approval.
Click to view a video about this important Conference and Career Fair
Tyler was recently announced as a 2016 Poster Project Winner by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.
All types of media from students will be on display, including Photography, Fine Art (sculpture, drawing and painting) and Graphic Design.
Groundbreaking event is outgrowth of newly-formed partnership between education, labor, industry and unions
Just days after receiving state approval of a new Regional Agreement, the Minuteman School Committee has voted to borrow money to build a new high school.
Led by the nation’s Minister of Science and Technology, a five-member delegation from Thailand visited Minuteman.
Minuteman High School will launch a new Advanced Manufacturing & Metal Fabrication program to train high school students and adults.
Plans for a new Minuteman High School have moved another step closer to reality.
Vocational-technical high schools give students a decisive edge in college, careers and the global economy.
Listen to a recent interview focusing on “Meeting the Commonwealth’s Workforce Needs”
Perceptions about the value of Voc-Tech education are improving and there will be increasing demand for Voc-Tech education over the next five years.
Karyn Polito voiced strong support for vocational-technical education.
"Strong positive feeling in the district about Minuteman High School and its programs," says pollster David Paleologos.
The State has authorized officials to move forward!
Minuteman High School Students Participate in Paper to Plastics Program at Boston College