Welcome to Old Colony! Set on a rural 80-acre campus, Old Colony provides state-of-the-art technical training with an applied academic curriculum. A small, safe, immaculate school and meticulously maintained grounds provide the ideal environment for the development of the region’s future technicians and skilled labor force.
After placing Gold in Web Design at the 2015 SkillsUSA State Competition, CIS Seniors Mack Chabot and Chad Underhill will be heading to Louisville, Kentucky to represent Old Colony at the 2015 SkillsUSA National Championships. The team had just 5 hours to build a website from scratch, being given just the name of a nonprofit company, Catie’s… Continue Reading »
Congratulations to OC’s Vex Robotics Team for taking 1st place in the Skyrise trial at Bristol Community College on 5/23/15. Team members Ryan Andrade, John Barnes, Evan Phaneuf & Nick Smith, all of our Electronic Engineering Technology program, finished 1st in 8 of their 9 rounds of competition! This was the final Skyrise trial of… Continue Reading »
Rochester, MA – May 13, 2015 – Old Colony has been chosen to receive $3,981 to support its Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative, the New England Dairy & Food Council announced today. Old Colony was selected from among hundreds of schools across the country that applied for funding to help them jumpstart and sustain… Continue Reading »
(Last Updated 5/13/2015 9:50AM) The Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School will be doing a mandated BMI Screening for 10th graders during the fourth week of May. The purpose of this screening is to identify signs of possible weight related issues. A simple height and weight measurement will be taken and recorded. Complete privacy will be… Continue Reading »
Are you a member of Old Colony’s Class of 2005? Your classmates are planning a 10 year reunion and want you to come. It will be held on Saturday, November 14, 2015 -6:30 pm – midnight at the Century House in Acushnet. Contact Kristy Lynn Bell @ Kristyb0711@yahoo.com for more information and tickets. Connect with old… Continue Reading »
Postural screening for ninth graders will be conducted during gym class on Friday, April 17th. If you wish to exclude your son/daughter from this screening please sign and return the screening exclusion form by April 13th.
Are you heading to the prom? Get the best deal possible at the 5th Annual Project Dress Up. Over 1,000 free prom dresses to give away! When: Saturday, April 11th from 10am to 3pm St. Nicholas of Myra Parish Hall 499 Spring Street N. Dighton, MA More information available in the Guidance Office~
Boys/Girls Lacrosse and Freshman Baseball – New Location for Home Games Boys/Girls Lacrosse and Freshman baseball will play home games at the Dexter Lane Fields in Rochester, MA. Directions to Dexter Lane follow: Dexter Lane Fields Dexter Lane Rochester, MA 02770 From the West Rte. 195 E to exit 19B (N. Rochester)Go to end of North St. Take… Continue Reading »
What interests you? Old Colony offers twelve different areas of study to help you progress toward your personal goals. What are you most interested in learning? Click the shop(s) that interests you the most to get a glimpse into a day of an OC student. You can even create your own playlist of the shops… Continue Reading »
Mrs. Ward, the school nurse, would like to warn everyone about measles: U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recently sent a letter to superintendents with links to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and suggested ways to disseminate the information and to implement best practices in districts with help from local public health authorities. The U.S. Department of Education’s… Continue Reading »
“Paying the College Bill Seminar” – MEFA, the Massachusetts Education Financing Authority will be hosting free “Paying the College Bill” seminars. These are designed to provide information and guidance regarding financial aid and financing options. Local seminars available include Plymouth North High School on April 1st and Southeastern Voc Tech on April 9th. For more information,… Continue Reading »