Twenty nine students in Worcester Public Schools — Burncoat, Doherty, and South high schools — have been recognized for their musical skills by the Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) and invited to perform at the Central Massachusetts Senior Music Festival on January 13, 2024 at Mechanics Hall.
The following high schools with career technical education programs will hold open houses for eighth-grade students: Doherty, North, South, and Worcester Technical, beginning November 29.
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has granted varsity status to the Worcester Public Schools’ (WPS) rugby team, the WPS Wildcats. The MIAA granted the team Division 2 status at its October 25 full board meeting.
The Pleasant Street Neighborhood Network Center is looking for youth ages 15-24 to participate in the Youth Advisory Council, a paid, six-month commitment to give Piedmont youth community a voice to speak about issues or ideas that concern them. If you are, or know of, any youth who are interested, please email PSNCC or call 774-823-3311.
Do you have what it takes to be Worcester’s next Youth Poet Laureate? Applications are due on November 12, 2023.
The Gerald Creamer Center is implementing a school-wide effort to ensure that all students demonstrate measurable growth in the mastery of competency benchmarks in all content areas with a focus on reading and writing. This will be measured by formative and summative assessments, such as, the mastery of course level Competencies, MCAS growth, Plato Accuses growth and Common assessment
View Plan to Improve Student Outcomes for more details about our school.