Apply To Keefe
There are many options to apply to Keefe Regional Technical School and we encourage prospective students and families to select what best works for them.
Interested students can apply online:
In addition, a Keefe Tech application is available from the Guidance Department at all sending schools, the Keefe Tech Guidance Office (508-416-2270), or from the downloadable links located on the right of this page.
- To view or download our Admissions Policy, please click the button to the right.
- All completed grade eight applications can be given to the sending school Guidance Counselor or mailed directly to the Keefe Tech Guidance Department.
- Keefe Tech will work with the middle schools to obtain the necessary information if an application is sent directly to our school.
The following information is needed for a complete application:
- Applicant’s grades
- Attendance record
- Discipline/conduct record
- Local Guidance Counselor's recommendation
Any transfer applicant must make an appointment to be interviewed at Keefe Technical School accompanied by their parent/guardian. Please contact our Guidance Department at 508.416.2270.
Any grade eight or transfer application that does not reside in the in-district communities of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, or Natick must complete a Chapter 74 Non-Resident Tuition Application (download below) and submit this form to the sending school superintendent for approval. This form must be signed prior to April 1, 2020. Keefe Tech cannot accept a student from a non-resident community without the sending superintendent's approval.
Class of 2024 - Fall 2020 Admission Interview Schedule:
All students applying for 2020 admission as a member of the Class of 2024 will participate in an interview at their middle school. The schedule will be updated below later this school year as interview dates are confirmed with each sending in-district school.
Students interested in attending Keefe Tech next fall are encouraged to apply by the Priority Application Deadline of January 15th.
Welcome sessions will be scheduled for accepted students!
These sessions are held at each sending in-district Middle School and will include information on course selection and placement in academic programs and course levels for freshman year. Dates will be posted as they are confirmed with Middle School counselors during the months of March and April 2020.
Grade Eight Applicants
All interested students can obtain a Keefe Tech application from their middle school guidance office, the Keefe Tech Guidance Department, or from the links below. Students and their parents may also complete an online application by using the link below. Completed applications should be returned to the applicant's middle school counselor or directly to the Keefe Tech Guidance Department.
All in-district eighth grade applicants will participate in an interview at their middle school beginning in January or February. Interview days will be coordinated between Keefe Tech's Admissions Department and each middle school guidance department. Our priority deadline for applications for the 2019-2020 school year is January 15, 2020. Students may still apply after this date, and acceptances will be issued on a rolling basis until programs are at capacity.
All accepted students will receive information about additional transition programming being offered at Keefe Tech including: Dinner with a Teacher Night in April, Accepted Students Day in June, and Freshman Step-Up Day in August. Our goal is for all accepted students to have the support to make a successful transition to high school. Please contact our Admissions/Guidance Department with any questions or concerns about the application process. We look forward to continuing to work with all eighth grade students and their families for a positive transition to Keefe Tech!
Keefe Tech operates on a rolling admissions basis for students who apply throughout the school year, as well as for high school students who are interested in transferring. Transfer applicants are reviewed once an application is submitted either online, by being dropped off at our Guidance/Admissions office or sent by mail. Student records are required to complete a transfer application. Records needed vary depending on the grade level of the applicant, but will include, grades, school attendance, and school discipline from the current and previous school year.
Once an application is complete someone from our Admissions Office will contact the applicant and family to schedule an interview on our campus. Prospective students and families can contact our Admissions Counselor, Faith Chrisom at 508.516.2305 or email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
The priority application deadline for grade 8 students who are applying for next year's fall admission is January 15, 2020. Our goal is to interview all in-district applicants who apply by this deadline prior to the February school vacation at their middle school.
We do accept applications after this time on a rolling admissions basis, meaning students will be interviewed after they apply and admission will be offered on a space available basis.
Prospective students who reside outside of our 5 in-district communities of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton and Natick are able to apply for admission to Keefe Tech and will be reviewed on a space available basis. The same criteria is reviewed prior to admission. Out-of-district applicants are required to connect with their district's Superintendent's Office regarding the approval of a Chapter 74 non-resident form. Keefe Tech does not have any control of an out-of-district community approving this form regardless if an applicant meets our admissions criteria.
Downloadable Admissions Documents
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Special Education Secretary
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Bilingual School Counselor
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ESL Lead Teacher
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