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​We are highlighting all of the programs at Sanford Regional Technical Center. Read more about the Precision Manufacturing Program below:
Representatives from Nikel Precision Group in Saco visited SRTC’s Precision Manufacturing Program yesterday.
​The Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone.
As the Career Exploration Coordinator at Sanford High School (SHS) and Sanford Regional Technical Center (SRTC), Katie Schindler helps students prepare for their post-high school pursuits.
Exciting times ahead! Tuesday was the first day of school for our Pre-K students. They are eager and ready for a fantastic school year.
Stuff the Bus
Sanford Regional Technical Center hosted its four-day Summer Camp for middle school students entering grades 6-8 from all of its sending schools last week.
Matt Petermann named Director at Sanford Regional Technical Center
SRTC Home Building Scholarship
As current students were wrapping up this school year, Sanford Regional Technical Center was busting at the seams, hosting nearly 1,400 8th-grade students from all nine partner schools for an event called “Techsploration.”
Margaret Chase Smith Kindergarteners take field trip to SRTC
​​Sanford Regional Technical Center students Camden Roux and Blair Martin, both from Sanford High School, are among twelve SRTC students in the Engineering and Architectural program who earned a college certificate from York County Community College.
Sanford Regional Technical Center Recognition Night
Step into the wonderful world of Pre-K!
Sanford Regional Technical Center had its Health Occupations Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday night.
​Sanford Regional Technical Center accepted a donation from Springvale Lodge Tuesday night to help fund their National SkillsUSA competition.
​Before the state Skills USA competition in March, SRTC students Alexander Barth and Melody Schaeffer expected they were presenting an animation short they had prepared months in the making for the 3D Visualization and Animation competition in Bangor.