Assabet Valley's Pre-Engineering program 
makes math and science relevant for students. By engaging in hands-on, real world projects, students understand how the skills they are learning in the classroom can be applied in everyday life.  This approach is called activities based learning, and problem-based learning.  Project-based learning is a comprehensive approach to instruction that presents a project or relevant activity that enables students to synthesize knowledge and to individually resolve problems in a curricular content. Problem-based learning is both a curriculum organizer and an instructional strategy that presents a problem, which is relevant and related to the context where students are the stakeholders.


Congratulations Class 2020

Congratulations to the class of 2020 engineering students 43 new students have been accepted into the engineering program.

Congratulations Class 2016

The Assabet Valley engineering students have been excepted to colleges around the county.  Colleges that will have Assabet engineering students in attendance next year are: Worcester Poly Tech, Rochester Institute of Tech, University of Maine, Becker College, Umass Lowell, Quinsigamond Community College, Umass Dartmouth.


Congratulations to Ryan Pantridge on his acceptance and fall enrollment to Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

Skills USA

Sophomore John Baird finished 5th overall at the state skills competition in the Principles of Engineering skills competition. Get first attempt and we are looking to have John Medal in 2017. 

Math Team

The Math Team had a great year, and was anchored by the Pre-Engineering students.  The varsity team won their division in 2015, and the freshman team took third place in their division.