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Welcome to the Randolph Technical Career Center

The Randolph Technical Career Center (RTCC) is committed to providing students with a challenging academic and technical education in a supportive, engaging, and respectful environment. Students learn the skills they need to become responsible and productive citizens who are able to take advantage of educational and career opportunities now and in the future. Read more...

Directors Weekly Acknowledgements 

May 19th- 27th, 2017 

Dear Students and Parents & Guardians of RTCC Students:

Thank you to everyone who purchased a raffle ticket for our scholarship fund, with your help we were able to raise over $2,850 for our students. We will be reaching out to the winners and letting them know how to pick up their prizes. 

Thank you to Mr. Lyman and the Diesel Technology Program for providing us with a wonderful Career Fair, that included three colleges, and over ten leading industry experts all willing to talk with our students about potential career paths waiting for them in Building Trades, Automotive, Engineering, Hydrolics, and many more. Nice work team! 

Congratulations to all of our students from all of our programs who earned National Technical Honor Society and Technical Excelelnce at our ceremony on May 18th. Over 16 students earned NTHS and over 30 students earned Techncial Excellence. Each student had to have excelelnt grades, nominations from a program teacher, community service, and great attendance. We are very proud of your accomplishments. 

We have officially entered fourth quarter, and the year has gone by very quickly. This is the time of year when programs are completing Technical Projects, earning Industry Recognized Certificates, and competing in State wide technical skills organizations. We are very proud to acknowledge our competitors this year in Skills USA; Luke Durkee (Chelsea) Building Trades program won Gold in Carpentry, Caleb Bisson (Northfield) Diesel Technology program who won Gold in Diesel Equipment Technology, and Bruce Bradbury Digital Film (Randolph) who won Silver in Film making. Both Caleb and Luke will now move on to the National Competition at Kentucky, in June. We also want to aacknoledge the students who participated but did not place, we are proud of you all. 

Here is a great commentary about CTE Education in our State. The jobs are there for skilled workers.


Also, congratulations to Bruce B, in Digital Film. This past month, he's been working with classmates Naomi and Amber, as well as a bunch of friends, to create a Music video for a competition on the community access television network in Hanover. Click on the link below to see the winner of second place and Audience choice.

Communication- Visit our Website
www.orangesouthwest.org/rtcc includes information on every program, a calendar of events, Friday night dinner menus, and contact information for all staff, and our school handbook. We are also on www.facebook.com/rtcc/  as well that you will be able to follow us and the learning that happens daily. 

In closing, I again want to encourage your support for your daughter or son and their participation in our technical education program.  Our expectations for positive behavior and hard work pay off for everyone involved.  Please do not hesitate to contact us!


Jason Gingold, Director

Here's What's Happening At RTCC

RTCC is First VT High School to be Approved for Vermont’s Automated Vehicle Inspection Program

Randolph Technical Career Center’s Automotive Tech program has become the first high school in Vermont to be approved for the Automated Vehicle Inspection (AVI) Program.

RTCC Business Management Students Excel at State Competition

Two RTCC students studying Business Management won first place in their academic category at the DECA Vermont State Career Development Conference held on February 10 at the Davis Center at the University of Vermont.

New York Times Publishes Top 20 Fields for Internships

The NY Times has published the top 20 fields for internships, and RTCC's 12 programs are all represented on the list.



May 23rd Culinary Arts & National Guard MRE Challenge Day 
May 26th  Half Day at RTCC- 11:30 Dismissal 
June 12 RTCC Field Trip to Silver Lake 
June 15 RTCC Recognition Night 




Non-discrimination Notice

RTCC provides equal education opportunities to all learners regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital/civil union status. Questions about this policy should be directed to our Guidance Coordinator – 728-9595. Click for full Statement of Non-discrimination

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