If you missed our Open House, contact the Admissions Office and speak with a counselor about opportunities to visit the school and the application process. To view our Admissions FAQs click here.
Planning for graduation even before freshman year. At South Shore VoTech, we are continually focused on preparing students for making progress after they graduate. If you are thinking about entering the work force, continuing on to college, or entering the military, our Guidance Counselors are here to help. Counselors are assigned to individual shops and are also the primary contact for enrollment from specified towns.
Consider school as an investment. If you make a smart investment, your return will be larger and more productive. Over time, your learning, your experiences, and your effort will pay off in the form of a better career or admission into college.
Why should you think about SSVT? Two educations in one! Being able to complement your academic progress with a hands-on learning environment allows your high school career to show even greater growth. It is proven that through hands-on/technical learning (as experienced at SSVT) students improve their critical and creative thinking skills, problem solving skills, and are more prepared for post-secondary endeavors.
What technical programs are offered? 12 Programs include: Allied Health, Automotive, Carpentry, Computer Information Tech, Cosmetology, Culinary, Electrical, Graphic Communication, Horticulture, HVAC-R, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Welding & Metal Fabrication.
Can I go to college after graduation? YES! In fact, not only can you go to college, you will be more prepared to face the challenges college courses will present. Every high school graduate across the country can be considered “college eligible.” At SSVT we are working, engaging, and encouraging students to be “College- and Career-Ready.” Our students not only have the course work required, they have the critical and creative thinking skills and problem solving skills to be successful.
Admission information for Pembroke Families applying for grade 9 admissions
In December 2017, the Pembroke Public Schools’ policy changed with regard to vocational-technical education options. Please review the enclosed policy and contact the Pembroke Middle School Guidance Department or Superintendent’s Office with any questions. Applications to SSVT are still permitted, and we will process all applications received from Pembroke families. The process for admission cannot move forward without approval from the Superintendent of Schools in Pembroke.