The Business and Technology curriculum is dedicated to preparing students for the business world of today and tomorrow. The course selections will be continuously updated to provide the latest in advances in the field while building a firm business foundation based on best practices and experiences. Toward that end, course content may be expected to change from year to year, and course offerings may alter as business and computer education evolve.

Business courses will foster collaboration and an understanding of our diverse world. Students will be expected to apply business and communication skills and knowledge, and develop critical thinking, and problem-solving. These courses allow students to begin to build a business knowledge foundation and to discuss the strategies behind today's interactive marketplace.  

Business students are eligible to participate in DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) Massachusetts) a national association of business students. Students compete in three levels of competition against high school students from around the country. Competitions consist of role plays, presentations and simulations. 

Technology and Computer courses allow students to keep their technology skills current while expanding their knowledge of our technological world. From the user side of computers to software programming to hardware design, students are able to move their skills forward in the direction that best fits their needs and learning style.

See our Program of Studies and our Staff Directory/Websites to learn more. 

Common Core for Technical Subjects 

Science & Technical Subjects


Technology and 21st Century Skills (Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21)

According to the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) listed below are Twenty-First Century Skill and Student Outcomes. 21st-century student outcomes are the skills, knowledge and expertise students should master to succeed in work and life in the 21st century.

1. Core Subjects (the 3 Rs) and 21st Century Themes

2. Learning and Innovation Skills

3. Information, Media and Technology Skills

4. Life and Career Skills

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