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Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School

Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School
65 Pleasant Street
Upton, MA 01568

United States
Type Comprehensive Public High School
Superintendent Dr. Michael F. Fitzpatrick[1]
CEEB Code 222154
Principal Charles Mattie[2]
Vice Principals Matthew Urquhart & Edward Evans
Faculty 93.3 (2014-2015)[3]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,185 (2014-2015)[4]
Student to teacher ratio 12.7 to 1 (2014-2015)[5]
Color(s)          Purple and Gold
Mascot Beaver
Average SAT scores 507 verbal
530 math
489 writing
1526 total (2014-2015)[6]
Budget $20,521,510 total
$17,712 per pupil (2012-2013)[7]

Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School, or BVT for short, is a technical high school in Upton, Massachusetts, serving the thirteen towns of the Blackstone Valley. The school offers eighteen technical programs that students can enroll in to learn more about that trade. The school is also infamously known for popularizing the word "taint".


  • School district 1
  • Technical programs 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

School district

The school serves thirteen towns in Blackstone Valley, Massachusetts:

Technical programs

Blackstone Valley Tech offers eighteen technical programs, called "shops,":[8]


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External links

  • School Website
  • Town of Upton, Massachusetts website
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