Tom Birarelli, a sophomore student in Essex Technical High School’s Electricity program is also a lobsterman, and has been for most of his life. Last weekend, while at sea off Beverly, Tom hauled in a rare blue lobster. Read about this phenomenon and his plans for this blue lobster in The Boston Globe. http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/10/25/beverly-lobsterman-catches-rare-blue-lobster/SCcYUnNMxzRTMpECP4947N/story.html
Girls Soccer is front and center at Essex Tech. Reported in the Salem News, and quoted here, the girls continued their successful season into the play-offs. GIRLS SOCCER Essex Tech 3, Shawsheen 0: The Hawks, who finished the regular season on a 14-game unbeaten streak, clinched the Commonwealth Athletic Conference Large title. Christine Russo... read more »
The first meeting of the new parent group will be held on Wednesday, October 28th at 6:30 pm in Room B119 at Essex Technical High School. Parents who are interested but unable to attend this meeting may email [email protected] to be included in the group.
The Essex Technical High School’s FFA Chapter, a member of the national organization for agricultural education, is sending 10 student delegates to the 88th National FFA Convention & Expo in Louisville, Kentucky next week. Students will compete in several Career Development Events (CDEs) vying for national honors in Creed Speaking, Marketing, Floriculture, and Prepared... read more »
After working on projects requiring team participation, literacy and technical skills learned during tenth and eleventh grade, Essex Technical High School students often join the workforce through the Cooperative Education Program (Co-op). After the second trimester of junior year and during senior year, students with strong academic and technical records may choose to be... read more »
Essex Technical High School is open, but unlike most high schools on the North Shore, several of the school’s career-technical departments are open for business. “There are many opportunities for the community to benefit from what the school offers,” Carol Sullivan, Director of the Career Technical Program offered. “Our school is a one-stop service... read more »
PSAT’s are being held at Essex Tech for any interested Juniors on Wednesday, October 14th. The cost is $15.00. Students can register in their Academy Office with a check made payable to “Essex Tech” or cash. Students will receive more information at the time of registration. Students should contact their Guidance Counselor with any questions.
The first parent coffee this year will be on October 8, 2015 at 5:00 pm in the Maple Street Bistro at the school.
The Essex Tech Guidance Department is hosting a College Fair for Juniors, Seniors and their families on Thursday, October 1st from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Essex Tech. Representatives from over 50 colleges and technical schools will be in attendance. A Senior Parent Informational Session will immediately follow the College Fair at 7pm.