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Admissions Policy


I. INTRODUCTION

An admission process is necessary in vocational technical schools where space is alimiting factor. Vocational technical laboratories (shops) are designed and equipped toserve a specific maximum number of students safely. Consequently, a complex of suchlaboratories lacks both the space and flexibility to accommodate the possible needs and/orinterests of all applicants. Therefore, a selection process is necessary. All applicants tograde nine through twelve at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School will be evaluatedusing the criteria contained in this Admission Policy. This policy was approved by theMassachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on August 11, 2010 and by the Cape Cod Regional Technical School District School Committee on March 22, 2012 and revised and approved on September 25, 2014.

II. EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School admits students and makes available to themits advantages, privileges and courses of study without regard to race, color, sex, religion,national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or homelessness status.If a student voluntarily self identifies as limited English proficiency, a qualifiedrepresentative from Cape Cod Regional Technical High School or contracted professional(at Cape Cod Tech’s expense) will assist the applicant in completing the necessary formsand assist in interpreting during the entire applications and admission process upon therequest of the applicant.Students with disabilities may voluntarily self-identify for the purpose of requestingreasonable accommodations during the entire application and admission process.Information submitted voluntarily by students with limited English proficiency andstudents with disabilities, for the purpose of receiving assistance and accommodationsduring the entire application and admission process, will not affect their admission to the school.

III. ELIGIBILITY

Any eighth, ninth, tenth or eleventh grade student who is a resident of the Cape CodRegional Technical High School District (which includes the towns of Barnstable,Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro,Wellfleet and Yarmouth) who expects to be promoted to the grade they seek to enter bytheir local district is eligible to apply for fall admission or admission during the schoolyear subject to the availability of openings to Cape Cod Regional Technical High School.The federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act requires schooldistricts to enroll a homeless student in school. Homeless students have a right to eitherremain in their school of origin or to attend school where they are temporarily residing.Homeless students will be accepted to Cape Cod Regional Technical High Schoolaccording to the selection criteria contained in this admission policy. Resident studentswill be evaluated using the criteria contained in this Admission Policy. Priority foradmission is given to Cape Cod Regional Technical High School District residentsaccording to the District Agreement. The family and/or school district may be asked toverify residency within the District if Cape Cod Regional Technical High School isuncertain about residency.

School Choice

Although Cape Cod Regional Technical High School does not currently participate in theSchool Choice Program, the District School Committee considers this option and votesevery spring on whether to participate in the School Choice Program.

Non Resident

Students who are non-residents of the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School District(Out of District students) are eligible to apply for fall admission or admission during theschool year subject to the availability of openings to Cape Cod Tech provided they expectto be promoted to the grade they seek to enter by their local district. Out of Districtstudents will be evaluated using the criteria contained in this Admissions Policy.Nonresident students will be evaluated according to the criteria contained in thisadmission policy and according to M.G.L. c. 74 s. 8A (please see the “guidelines forVocational Technical Education Program Nonresident Student Tuition Process Pursuantto M.G.L. c. 74 located at www.doe.mass.edu/cte/admissions/nonresguidelines). Priorityfor admission is given to Cape Cod Regional Technical High School district residents.Transfer students from other Chapter 74 state-approved vocational technical education areeligible to apply for fall admission and admission during the school year to grades 912 atCape Cod Regional Technical High School provided they expect to be promoted to thegrade they seek to enter by their current school. Transfer students will be evaluated usingthe criteria contained in this Admission Policy.

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Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

Dedicated faculty

Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

Dedicated faculty

Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

Dedicated faculty

Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

Dedicated faculty

Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

Dedicated faculty

Our teachers are engaging, experienced, and deeply dedicated to our students’ success. With class sizes averaging just 12, our faculty and students form powerful partnerships. Our teachers know each student individually, recognizing his or her unique strengths and needs, and beyond class—as advisors, coaches, and dorm parents—they come to know our Saints as more than just students. The results are strong and lasting bonds, and a level of trust and mutual respect that makes for outstanding learning.

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