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Career Technical Education | Haverhill High School

Haverhill High School students in grades 9-12 can participate in one of five Career Technical Education programs that focus on such areas as healthcare, information technology, programming, biomedicine, and engineering. The icons above will guide users to more information about individual programs. Students must apply and be accepted to a program in order to enroll in courses. Eighth grade students from the four HPS middle schools (Consentino, Hunking, Nettle, and Whittier), as well as other public or parochial schools (Hillview Montessori Charter Public School, Sacred Hearts School, and St. Michael’s School etc.) are welcome to apply to begin their program in the 9th grade at Haverhill High School..

Please use the tabs at the top of this page to access additional details including the application process and admission policy.

Haverhill High School Students Enrolled in CTE Programs have been Accepted to the Following Colleges & Universities:

Assumption College

Baylor University

Belmont University

Berry College

Boston University

Bridgewater State University

Bunker Hill Community College

Cape Cod Community College

Champlain College

Chapman University

Curry College

Dartmouth College

Emmanuel College

Endicott College

Fitchburg State University (MA)

Gordon College

Holyoke Community College 

Keene State University

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA)

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MA)

Massasoit Community College

Merrimack College

Middlesex Community College

Mount Holyoke College

NHTI Concord’s Community College

Northern Essex Community College (MA)

Plymouth State University

Regis College

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Roger Williams University

Sacred Heart University

Saint Anselm College

Salem State University (MA)

Simmons University

Southern New Hampshire University

University of Connecticut

University of Maine

University of Massachusetts – Boston

University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth

University of Massachusetts – Lowell

University of New England

University of New Hampshire

University of Rhode Island

University of Tampa

Wellesley College

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Westfield State University

West Texas A&M University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

Worcester State University