Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School

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Tri-County Regional Technical Vocational High School
147 Pond Street
Franklin, MA, 02038, USA
Coordinates 42°05′42″N 71°25′18″W / 42.0949°N 71.4216°W / 42.0949; -71.4216Coordinates: 42°05′42″N 71°25′18″W / 42.0949°N 71.4216°W / 42.0949; -71.4216
School type Public Tech School
Superintendent Stephen Dockray
Principal Jean C. Mallon
Grades 9-12
Enrollment approx. 900
Color(s) Blue & Gold         
Mascot Cougar
Rival Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School
Average SAT scores 474 verbal
483 math
457 writing (2010)[1]

Tri-County is a technical high school in Franklin, Massachusetts. After the 2010-11 school year Barbara Renzoni retired after five years as superintendent. The school committee named Stephen Dockray, formerly the district's business manager, as the next superintendent.[2]

Towns in District[edit]

As a regional high school, Tri-County accepts students from a number of towns. The towns composing the district are:



Students receive a full academic education including:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Music
  • Business Technology
  • CAD
  • Physical Education
  • Health

Career Programs[edit]

In addition to the academic education, students major in one career program. The courses offered include:

  • Auto Body Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Carpentry
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Construction Craft Labors
  • Dental Assisting
  • Early Childhood Careers
  • Electrical Technology
  • Engineering
  • Graphic Communications
  • Heating-Ventilating-Air Conditioning
  • Medical Careers
  • Metal Fabrication/Joining Technologies
  • Plumbing-Hydraulic Heating Tech
  • Legal and Protective Services


Tri-County RVTHS is a member of the Mayflower League. The league is made up of the following school districts:

(North Shore Vocational Super bowl only)
(Brighton Playoffs only)
(Keefe Tech scrimmages only)
In 2008 the Tri-County Cougars football team played in the division 4A super bowl at Gillette stadium, losing to Manchester Essex county 36 to 6.[3] The Cougars also made the 2010 Vocational super bowl.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Bobby Santos III, NASCAR Modified division racer
  • Shayne M. Cabino, War hero, US Marine, killed during operations in Iraq.


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  2. ^ Matt, Levine (July 5, 2011). "Leaving Tri-County". The Sun Chricicle (North Attleboro, MA). Retrieved July 11, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Eastern Mass. Super Bowls: Amesbury whips Martha's Vineyard". Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, MA). December 7, 2008. Retrieved June 27, 2011. 

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