Sophomore and senior Auto Collision students welcomed Tim Lewis, a 1985 Tri-County graduate, now the founder/owner of Nitro Innovations, where he gave an interactive presentation to the students on Nitrogen Plastic Welding.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School’s Golf team has won the 2018 Mayflower League Championship!
It’s been a great week at Tri-County! The first day of school for all students was on Tuesday, September 4th. Of the 1000-plus students to arrive, 280 freshman students were welcomed to their first day of high school.
Woodworking, from custom-made cabinetry and furniture to unique wooden pieces, is the fine art of the construction trade. The beautiful thing about woodworking is that it can be done by all ages. Whether young, old, or somewhere in between, there are woodworking projects to fit any skill level.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School officially gave 208 diplomas to the Class of 2018 during the school’s 39th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 3rd, at 12 p.m.
Early Education juniors received certificates for attending 51A Online Mandated Reporter Training: Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation. This is a required training by the Department of Early Education & Care.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School celebrated the achievements of 264 students during the school's 27th Annual Honors Night on Wednesday, May 30th.
Mr. McKeown's 10th grade electrical students, Brendan O'Conner of Franklin, Jordan Pina of Seekonk and Alex Trishin of Franklin are pictured showcasing several relay projects completed during shop week. A relay is a switch that is electrically operated with the switch being isolated from the power that causes the switch to operate.
FRANKLIN – Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School’s FIRST Robotics team, Tri-Force Team 3236 has had an excellent year.
Tri-County Regional held its annual Senior Project Fair in the high schools’ gymnasium. The event was held to showcase the three top senior projects from each of the school’s 16 career programs. The seniors presented their innovations to the community. These projects are the result of the applied knowledge and skills acquired in their career programs.