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Concord Regional Technical Center (CRTC)

Want to join one of the elite programs at the CRTC? 

Visit the College & Career Readiness office for application information! Click here to learn about the incredible opportunities at the CRTC! 

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UPCOMING CRTC EVENTS

CRTC Applications for the 2015-2016 school year are available NOW in the College and Career Readiness office!

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015: CRTC Representative visits PMHS

A representative from the CRTC will visit PMHS in the cafeteria during high school lunch.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2015: CRTC Campus Tour

9th and 10th grade students are invited to the CRTC for a tour of the facility and to meet instructors. Field trip permission slips will be handed out during Advisory.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2015: CRTC Representative visits PMHS

A representative from the CRTC will visit PMHS in the cafeteria during high school lunch.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2015: CRTC APPLICATION DEADLINE

ALL CRTC APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2015-2016 ARE DUE!

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CRTC MISSION

    To prepare students with the skills to succeed in postsecondary education and in the workplace of their chosen career. 

A BRIEF HISTORY

    The Concord Regional Technical Center, located at Concord High School, hosts nine surrounding area high schools including Bow, Concord, Hillsboro-Deering, Hopkinton, John Stark Regional, Kearsarge Regional, Merrimack Valley, Pembroke Academy and Pittsfield Middle High School. Pittsfield Middle High School has been partnered with Concord High School since the Fall of 1982 when it was called the Concord Regional Vocational Center. Since inception, there have been approximately ten programs offered each year. These programs have transformed over the years, to remain current as the industry demands. The Concord Regional Technical Center has since become a CTE (career and technical educational center) which is a partnership between the federal government, high schools, post-secondary institutions and industry. It focuses on career preparation and training in high school and college. Students who complete the two year program are expected to demonstrate proficiency at the industry, higher education and CTE-NH approved skills (both hard and soft skills) associated with their chosen program.

THE PROGRAMS

CRTC-Program of Studies-2015-2016

Automotive Technology

Construction Technology

Cosmetology

Criminal Justice

Culinary Arts

Fire Science

Graphic Arts & Digital Communication

Health Science & Technology

Information Technology

Teacher Preparation

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

CRTC-Compass 2014

Concord Mission/Vision

CRTC-Brochure-2014-2015

CRTC-Financial Assistance Form