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Over 1,000 attend Minuteman open house, a big jump from '19

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Accepting applications for 2022-23 school year

UPDATED Nov. 22: About 1,065 people attended the annual open house at Minuteman High School on Sunday, Nov. 21. Last year, when pandemic-capacities restricted numbers, 200 people attended. In 2019, about 615 people attended.

The open house is an opportunity for current middle school students and their families to tour the school and speak with students and teachers. Minuteman has 19 career technical education (CTE) majors, 14 sports teams, and 20 clubs and activities.

View an online photo album of the open house >> 

Feb. 15, 2022, is the priority deadline date to apply for the 2022-23 school year. Member-town applicants have priority in the admissions process. Minuteman’s member towns are Acton, Arlington, Bolton, Concord, Dover, Lancaster, Lexington, Needham and Stow.

Private tours of the school are available. For more information on the admissions process, visit minuteman.org/admissions >>

A demonstration for a family in the Engineering and Robotics learning space at the Minuteman High School's annual open house on Sunday, Nov. 21. (Photo by Reba Saldanha/Minuteman High School)A demonstration for a family in the engineering and robotics learning space at the Minuteman High School's annual open house. / Photo by Reba Saldanha/Minuteman High School

“Minuteman students gain a competitive advantage by finding their passion, engaging in hands-on learning experiences, and developing professional skills integrated with robust academics and faculty support,” said Edward A. Bouquillon, superintendent-director. “The open house, tours and information sessions are great opportunities for families to make informed decisions about their students’ high school careers.” 

Minuteman High School now offers 19 career technical education majors with the addition of Animal Science this year. Other majors include engineering, biotechnology, environmental science, robotics, culinary arts, cosmetology, plumbing, heating, automotive, carpentry, multimedia and more.
 
In addition to offering 14 sports teams and 20 clubs and activities, Minuteman provides robust academic programming. Last year, Minuteman received the Massachusetts Reading Award from the Massachusetts Reading Association – the first time a high school has ever received the honor. In 2018, it received a Blue Ribbon School Award from the U.S. Department of Education.
 
On Nov. 10, Minuteman held its annual “Showcase Day” during the school day. This year, eighth-grade students from Acton, Arlington, Concord, and Lexington, will spend the day touring the school and meeting with current teachers and students.
 
On Monday, Nov. 15, Minuteman held a virtual information session for parents on Zoom. The session will include a discussion with current parents who will share their experiences with Minuteman. Visit minuteman.org/admissions for more information.
  
If you have questions, contact Anthony Chiariello, Assistant Principal for Admissions, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 781-861-6500.
 

This news announcement was published Monday, Nov. 8, 2021, and updated Nov. 22.

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