Members of the public recently toured the new Minuteman High School during an Open House, getting a first-hand look at the $145 million, state-of-the-art facility, which is still under construction. It is scheduled to open in the early summer of 2019.
Minuteman Students Design Materials for aCATpella Festival The Festival honors Catherine "Cat" Malatesta, who died of sarcoma at age 16. The event is at Arlington High School on January 25, 2019.
Minuteman was commended for high progress and narrowing proficiency gaps on state tests. Minuteman's model of integrating academic rigor with career and technical education (CTE) allows students to accelerate their learning, grasp their full potential, and achieve a competitive advantage.
Governor Charlie Baker awards $495,000 state grant to Minuteman Superintendent Edward Bouquillon and Director of Career and Technical Education Michelle Roche. The grant will be used to modernize and expand Minuteman’s Metal Fabrication & Welding program.