Established in 1972, Keefe Regional Technical School is a four-year public high school accredited by the New England…More Association of Schools and Colleges. Keefe Tech serves students from the the towns of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton and Natick. Keefe's principal is Jonathan Evans. The school is part of the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District lead by Superintendent/Director James M. Lynch. Keefe offers students a complete college preparatory and honors academic curriculum and 14 career and technical programs.
The career and technical program component of Keefe consists of a freshman exploratory year, followed by three years of preparation in one of fourteen different career and technical areas. Beginning in the tenth grade, an alternating week schedule of vocational and academic instruction is introduced. The career and technical training programs offered at Keefe include: automotive technology, carpentry, cosmetology, culinary arts, design and visual communications, early education and care, electrical, graphic communications, health careers, horticulture, information support services & networking, metal fabrication and joining technologies, office technology and plumbing.
The South Middlesex Regional Technical School District offers a fall and spring continuing education program at Keefe…More Technical School, under the direction of Superintedent James M. Lynch.
Courses are varied. Some are a couple of hours one night a week. Some are for a couple of hours for one night. Some are long range courses lastling eight and even 20 weeks.
Course categories include computers, cooking, art, music, theatre, health, fitness, sports and photography. More than 2,000 students enroll in continuing education programs per fall and spring semester.
Continuing Education offers English as a second language courses, GED courses, and trade and certification programs.
Registration is available via online, via phone or by mail.
The Academy Building is located in Cushing Park. The Building and the Park are maintained by Framingham Parks and…More Recreation. The Academy Building can be accessed by entering the Keefe Technical School driveway and turning left. The building is available to rent for a fee.
Parks and Recreation uses the Academy Building for program registration on occasion during the year.
Framingham Adult ESL Plus 31 Flagg Dr, Framingham, MA01702 Established in 1984, the Framingham Adult English as a Second Language Plus typically has more than 600 students…More each semester. Funded from state and federal grants, as well as community and private donations, the program operates in conjunction with Framingham Public Schools (Fuller Middle) and Keefe Technical Vocational. It provides free English language instruction and life skills training to Framingham area immigrants from more than 30 countries. The program helps students work towards their GED, become proficient in English, develop reading and writing skills, and pass citizenship courses.