May 25, 2024

Dighton-Rehoboth CTE Program Thriving


Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program continues to thrive under the direction of John Herald. D-R is taking its Engineering Design and Drafting program to the next level with a brand new articulation agreement with New England Institute of Technology (NEIT).

 “This exciting partnership joins existing agreements with Bristol Community College (3+ credits) and Keene State University (6+ credits), offering our aspiring engineers and architects a path to higher education and career success,” said Principal Jacqueline Ash.

“These articulation agreements are game-changers,” Superintendent Bill Runey added. “DRRHS students can now earn valuable college credits while still in high school, placing them ahead of the curve as college freshmen.” Engineering, Design, & Drafting teacher Jessica Nardozzi noted, “this will translate to advanced standing, faster graduation, and potentially significant cost savings - a win-win for students and families.”

Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School also has CTE programs in Early Education & Care, Marketing, Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive Technology, Carpentry, and TV & Radio Broadcasting.


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