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  • Advanced Manufacturing receives donation

    The Gene Haas Foundation awarded the Advanced Manufacturing program a $20,000 grant. The grant awards graduating seniors studying mechanical engineering with a $2,500 scholarship. (5/16/24)

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  •  The team

    SkillsUSA State Success 2024

    At the 2024 SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Leadership & Skills Conference, 49 Diman students received a medal, while 26 students won gold medals and are heading to compete on the national stage in Atlanta in June. The contest was held in Marlboro on April 25-27. (4/30/24)

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  • Students and staff stand with banner celebrating US News ranking

    Diman ranks as top HS in Fall River

    We're excited to share that US News and World Report named Diman one of the best high schools in the nation for the third time in school history and the third time in four years. Comparatively, we were the #1 ranked school in Fall River and the only school in Greater Fall River to climb in the rankings. (4/24/24)

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  • Diman students grant girl’s wish by building beauty salon playhouse

    On Friday, Diman students made a little girl’s wish a reality at the Rhode Island Home Show at the Rhode Island Convention Center. According to the school, it took more than 6 months and hundreds of Diman students from multiple Diman shops to develop a playhouse for Lanasia and to grant her wish. (4/8/24)

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  • Diman students carrying a board

    Diman students, hiking group connect to improve Fall River's Bioreserve

    On Blossom Road, in a 19th-century timber-frame wagon shed, a half-dozen kids from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School were busy building bridges connecting Fall River’s past to its future.  The carpentry students under instructor Jeff Cabral were building the frames for bog bridges — lengths of pressure-treated lumber that will be topped with planks and installed in the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve to help hikers cross muddy trails.  (4/2/24)

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  • Principal Andrew Rebello Named Massachusetts Principal of the Year

    Principal Andrew Rebello Named Massachusetts Principal of the Year

    Diman Principal Andrew Rebello has been awarded the Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association High School Principal of the Year. Rebello is an award-winning and nationally recognized educational leader, serving in his fourth year as the Assistant Superintendent-Principal at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School. (3/27/24)

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  • Enjoying the food

    Molecular Gastronomy Cook-off

    In mid-March, 2024, Diman's Molecular Gastronomy students competed in their final project: an epic cook off! The 15-week Food Science final project showcased culinary prowess and scientific innovation. Students crafted their own menu projects, integrating 3-4 food science techniques they had meticulously honed throughout the class. (3/21/24)

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  •  The team

    BPA State Conference Results

    Congratulations to our team of 36 students that competed at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference on March 4, 2024 in Norwood, 27 of whom earned invitations to the National Leadership Conference in Chicago in May. (3/15/24)

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  •  Students bending pipe

    Diman gets grant to buy 10 new heat pumps: How HVAC students are training for the future.

    A dozen students were busily bending copper tubing, working together as they measured and mounted it to a wall, each one contributing in their own small way to a cleaner climate.  (3/7/24)

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  •  Testing

    SkillsUSA season begins with a bang

    Diman fielded our largest-ever group of students for the SkillsUSA District competition on 2/29/24, with 138 students participating. Of those, the school earned a whopping 84 medals, with 67 students qualifying for the state competition. (3/6/24)

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  • Diman and HealthFirst have partnered up. Students can get free health care: here's how

    Starting in early March, the more than 1,400 students at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School will have free access to doctors right in their building.  HealthFirst Family Care Center announced it is partnering with Diman to open the area’s first school-based health center. Diman Assistant Superintendent and Principal Andrew Rebello said that means students can see a doctor with no co-pay. (2/23/24)

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  •  Diman culinary arts students Arianna Chase, Ruby Garcia-Carrillo and Maya Sousa work with fondant

    Diman students are headed to a competition at Gillette Stadium. Here's what's cooking.

    hings are heating up in the Diman Voc-Tech kitchen. Four aspiring bakers and chefs were hard at work on a recent Friday afternoon at school sculpting fondant to detail their confectionary creations — getting some practice in ahead of the big day. (2/22/24)

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    Winter track success

    The Diman track and field team had incredible performances at the Mayflower Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, February 3, facing the MAC Conference track teams in addition to Bishop Feehan and Bishop Stang. (2/5/24)

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  • Somerset’s Chace Duarte Welds His Way From Diman to World Stage

    A Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School alumnus and Somerset native looks to represent not only Massachusetts but the entire country during the WorldSkills 2024 Welding Trials in Lyon, France. (1/31/24)

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  • 2023 District Report Card

    Every year, each public school and school district in Massachusetts receives a report card. Just as your child's report card shows how they are doing in different subjects, the school's report card is designed to show families how our school is doing in different areas. Click “2023 District Report Card” above to read more (1/30/24)

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  • DECA state competition success

    Diman's DECA team won 33 medals in the district competition on January 4th and 5th, 2024. The 41-person team won their medals in 15 different categories. (1/12/24)

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  • Diman announces honor roll for autumn of 2023

    Diman is pleased to announce our honor roll for the first term of the 2023-2024 school year. A total of 732 students made the honor roll, with 197 earning high honors and 535 earning honors. (1/12/24)

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  • SkillsUSA Representation at State Conference

    Twelve students and four advisors recently attended the annual SkillsUSA Fall State Leadership Conference. Students participated in leadership training with over five hundred vocational students throughout the state as well as heard from business and industry keynote speakers. (11/21/23)

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  • Automotive Technology Program thankful for DBEF donation

    Diman's Automotive Technology Program is thankful to the Diman Bengal Education Foundation for a generous $10,000 donation to the program. The money will go towards the purchase of individual hand tools for each of the shop's repair locations. (11/17/23)

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  •  Current Diman students pose for pictures at the groundbreaking for the new Diman Regional

    'Diman will absolutely be the best': Voc-tech breaks ground on new building

    Soon, the new Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School will start to take shape. The project reached a big milestone on Friday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

    “Today we stand on the threshold of a new and promising chapter of our community’s educational journey,” said Brian Bentley, superintendent for the Greater Fall River Vocational School District. (11/3/23)

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