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    National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    Congratulations to our new Keefe Tech National Honor Society members!  

    On March 30, 2023, Keefe Tech's NHS Chapter welcomed new members.  NHS President, Makenzie Stebbins, welcomed current members, new inductees and their families.  NHS Officers interpreted the four pillars of the National Honor Society, Tricia Richards, Secretary on Scholarship, Lara Paulino, Historian, on Service, Kayla McLean, Treasurer, on Character, and Isabella Vasquez, VP on Leadership. 

    2022-2023 New NHS Members:

    Anna Almeida

    Yarelise Alvarez

    Mark Bingham

    Safir Brown

    Skylar Burke

    Huy Burnham

    Reid Campbell

    Michael Flaven

    Max Fogel

    Ryan Foley

    Leven Ford

    Benjamin Goyette

    Zachary Herhman

    Jayden Lee

    John Richard Martell

    Bryan McLean

    TJ Nickerson

    Rosemery Noriega

    Deborah Oluokun

    Roxana Peraza Hernandez

    Malu Pereira

    Dafne Reyes

    Anjanique Santos

    Evan (Trevor) Seliverstov

    Justin Shick

    Maggie Steiner

    Jerome Strickland


    Keefe Tech's Outstanding Vocational Student of the Year!

    Congratulations to Liam Regan, Keefe Tech's nomination for Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrator's most Outstanding Vocational Student of the Year!

    Liam Regan, son of Sophia and Michael Regan residing in Framingham, is an accomplished student in the Metal Fabrication Program at Keefe Regional Technical High School. 

    Liam ranks in the top 10% of his graduating class.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and is a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship recipient.  In his Metal Fabrication CTE program , his teachers describe him as “highly skilled and motivated to go above and beyond in all areas. His work ethic is a motivator for other students and he is always willing to assist his peers when needed. ”  In addition to Liam’s academic and technical accomplishments, Liam is an integral member of our school community and contributes to the positive school culture of Keefe Tech.  Liam is a Peer Mentor, Captain of the Varsity Cross Country team and is employed at Keefe Tech’s Summer Discover camp as a lifeguard. 

    Liam’s passion for welding and metal fabrication and his academic curiosity has led him to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology.  Upon graduation, Liam will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology.  

    Term II Honor Roll!

    Congratulations to our 2022-2023 Term II High Honor and Honor Roll students.  Keep up the great work!

    Congratulations to our Term II High Honor Roll and Honor Roll students!

    Check out the list of successful students!

    KT Chapter of Business Professionals of America attend Fall Leadership Conference

    Keefe Technical School Business Professional of America Chapter attended the Fall Leadership Conference this past week at the Hogan Center at Holy Cross College in Worcester. Students from Programming and Web and Information Technology attended the conference. 

    Keefe Technical School Business Professional of America Chapter attended the Fall Leadership Conference this past week at the Hogan Center at Holy Cross College in Worcester. Students from Programming and Web and Information Technology attended the conference. 

    Evan Lewis, a Junior in the Information Technology Program, serves as a State Officer and helped design and run the workshops at the event. Bennett Kazanjian, President of the Local Chapter, presented on the status of our membership drive and current events and community service projects for the 2022-23 school year. 

    The students attended workshops on how to prepare for interview skills, building leadership skills through service and how to activate torch award points for services they attend or participate in. Students will be participating in a Community Service Project this weekend, November 19-20 in Framingham. Students will be raking leaves and doing fall clean-ups for the Framingham Council on Aging.

    Keefe Technical Students Awarded Scholarships for the IBEW Local 103 Apprenticeship Program



    Keefe Regional Technical School senior Daniel Quackenbush of Framingham was recently interviewed by WBZ CBS Channel 4’s Kate Merrill about his award-winning “What The Fish” app.

    Quackenbush, a student in Keefe’s Programming and Web Development CTE program, created and developed the app in his Entrepreneurship class during the 2017-2018 school year. He presented his concept at the NFTE New England Regional Business Plan competition in May, where he won the first place award of $1,500.

    According to Keefe Tech Entrepreneurship teacher Matthew Warren, his class curriculum teaches 21st century skills including collaboration, problem solving, creativity, communications and being socially responsible.

    I'm thrilled that Dan has created this plan and accomplished so much with it.  He is a brilliant young man and a great representative of Keefe Tech and all we do here,” said Warren.

    Quackenbush will present at the upcoming 12th annual NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge on October 11 in New York City, where 40 NFTE alumni from across the US who won their spring regional business plan competitions will compete.

    The CBS interview with Quackenbush is scheduled to air during the week of October 8, 2018.


    Future Farmers of America

    Arbor Day Event

    Marketing Plan Team will be attending the FFA National Convention in Indianapolis October 21-28th.


    Recognized Educators over the Years

    Educator of the Year 2018 - Valerie Rector
    students and teacher
    Educator of the Year 2017 - Diane Piccioli
    Educator of the Year 2016 - Doug Paul
    Educator of the Year 2015 - Margaret Ellis


    Dental Assisting Program Grand Opening

    Keefe Regional Technical School held the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on November 9, 2017 to celebrate the opening of Keefe Regional Technical School’s Dental Assisting Program.

    The ceremony included welcoming remarks, and a tour of the new program area. The Baker-Polito Administration awarded Keefe Regional Technical High $397,150 in funds from the Workforce Skills Capital Grant Program.  Keefe Regional Technical High School has used the funds from the grant to roll out a new Dental Assisting Program, including purchasing four dental patient chairs, panoramic X-ray technology, including development capability, sterilizers and autoclaves.

    This is an exceptional new opportunity for the students of Keefe Regional Technical School

    Graduation 2018

    FRAMINGHAM — A year after moving here from Zimbabwe, Mary-Ann Mufute remembers walking into Keefe Regional Technical School overwhelmed and afraid. But four years later, she confidently stood in front of her classmates at graduation to give a speech as salutatorian.  

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