Superintendent Joseph Mastrocola
250 Pawtucket Boulevard,
Tyngsborough, MA 01879
For Immediate Release
Friday, June 14, 2019
Contact: Jessica Sacco
Email: [email protected]
Greater Lowell Tech Welcomes Class of 2023 During Accepted Students Night
TYNGSBOROUGH — To welcome the class of 2023, Greater Lowell Tech recently held an accepted students night.
On May 22, Greater Lowell Tech welcomed several hundred students from Dracut, Dunstable, Lowell and Tyngsborough to get a firsthand look as to what the next four years of their lives will look like at the school.
“Our accepted students night is a great opportunity for the incoming class to learn more about the place where they’ll be spending the majority of their time over the next four years,” Superintendent Joseph Mastrocola said. “We’re excited to welcome this diverse group of students, who come from different towns with different interests, but with one common goal: a desire to obtain a unique set of skills that will prepare them for future education and job opportunities.”
Upon arriving, students and their parents/guardians gathered in the cafeteria, where administrators and students presented on Greater Lowell Tech’s wide range of career technical education programs and challenging academic courses.
Families were then free to walk around to visit the school store and learn more about athletics, extracurricular activities and other services available to students.
Elias Hall, of Lowell, chose to come to Greater Lowell Tech because of the real-life work experience he’ll obtain. He’s hoping to enter either the Automotive Technology or Automotive Collision and Repair programs while also making a name for himself on the football team.
Kathleen Machado, of Lowell, is excited about starting at Greater Lowell Tech and hopes to enter the Health Assisting program given her desire to help others. For her, she’s open to finding out more about all the school has to offer.
“There are a lot of opportunities here and I thought it would be very interesting to try it out and explore everything,” Machado said of her decision to attend Greater Lowell Tech.
Nichollas Frusco, of Lowell, also hopes to enter the Medical Assisting program to start working toward his goal of becoming a doctor.
“I wanted to come here because I heard the medical assisting field is good and it helps a lot of people,” he said. “I just want to help other people.”
Brendan Clawson, of Tynsgborough, came to Greater Lowell Tech with the hope to expand his coding and web design skills. He is excited about the number of career technical and academic options the school offers.
“I feel like this is a better use of your time, your fours years in high school,” he explained. “You’ll do way more in this school than you would in other schools.”