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- Check out out this year's Outstanding Vocational Students, and live-stream the event at 6:00 on 5/18.
- Seniors, check out our public scholarships listings. Good luck!
- Covid Protocols (11/7/22)
- College Acceptances for the class of 2023
- Used Equipment for Sale (5/23/23)
- Opening of School 22/23:
- Family Connection
- 2021 Annual Report (see all reports)
- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Use by Students Prohibited
- District Report Card
- Lead Letter to the Public
- Safety for Students
- Use of Facilities form
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In the News
HVACR students invited to business opening
The HVACR department would like to thank RST Thermal for inviting the program to their grand opening at 52 Ferry Street. In attendance were Mayor Paul Coogan, President Evan Trethewey, Vice President & ”This Old House’s” Richard Trethewey and multiple brand representatives. (6/2/23)
After a Somerset woman's father died she decided to give his room to a Ukrainian family
For one teacher at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, welcoming a Ukrainian student and his parents who fled the Russian invasion into her home felt like a no-brainer. (5/15/23)
Business Professionals of America Results
In its first year as an extracurricular activity, 15 students qualified to attend Business Professionals of America nationals in California. Six of those students were finalists in their respective competitions. (5/8/23)
SkillsUSA States Success
Hard work pays off! At this year's SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Leadership & Skills Conference, 38 Diman students received a medal, while 17 students won gold medals and are heading to compete on the national stage in Atlanta in June. The gold medalists will be joined by three other students that earned spots - one as a state officer and two as voting delegates. (5/1/23)
Diman helps lead the state to top of AP exams
For the second year in a row, Massachusetts has ranked first in the country for the percentage of graduating high school seniors who scored above a “qualified” score on advanced placement exams. (4/10/23)
Fall River teacher and her students develop special bond with Ukraine and its people while learning
A Fall River teacher is helping her students learn and develop a bond between students in the Ukraine all while experiencing a closeness to the community herself. (3/13/23)