Running Start

The Running Start program allows high school students to take Community College of NH (CCSNH) courses for high school AND college credit while still in high school. Courses covered through the Running Start program are college courses taught at the high school by CCSNH college-credentialed high school faculty as part of the daily class schedule.

For more information about Running Start opportunities, please click the logo below.

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Report Documents

Statement of Philosophy

Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center (SRVRTC) is committed to delivering programs which provide students with technical skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for successful performance in the globally competitive workplace.  Through a stimulating learning environment using the latest technology and teaching strategies, students will be empowered to become valuable contributors in the diverse society in which they live.  SRVRTC is committed to developing students’ career, decision-making and employability skills.

From left to right: Zack Davis, Zen Hall, Cooper Skarin, Garrett Harold.

The Engineering students have been busy programming apps for use on android phones and for self-driving vehicles.  The classroom was busy with motorized robots driving around the cage. The students have also been creating 3D models using inventor and then creating 3D prototypes using the 3D printer.

The entire 7th grade class went on a career trip to Hypertherm in Lebanon, NH.  The students rotated through various hands-on engineering and manufacturing activities.  The students were also allowed to cut metal with a plasma cutter and received a special tour throughout the manufacturing plant.  The students had a great time and were very grateful for all of the time and effort Hypertherm staff put into the event.

The Business student have been busy planning all aspects of the school store.  They are designing spirit gear, choosing nutritious snacks, and other items that would be handy for the middle high school students.  The school store will be open soon and will sell these items as a means to raise money for various activities and trips the program offers.  Contact Christina Anderson at 865-9687 for information on how to get your tiger gear.

The Cosmetology students have been busy in the salon.  The students have been running a live salon providing services to community members, students and staff.  The level 2 cosmetology students are learning the basics of hair color theory and techniques and hope to offer these services soon. The Cosmetology students are also spreading the holiday spirit through the collection of gifts for the Wiley Pera Foundation.  For more information on the services available, please contact the salon at 865-9614.


The auto shop is currently taking appointments Thursdays and Fridays. See the service list here.

Lexi Courtemanche is a student in Introduction to Aerospace Engineering with Mr. Hudon. The objective of the project was to design, build, and program a space exploration vehicle. Lexi did an amazing job creating a remote controlled vehicle with 4 independently powered wheels, 2 lights, and a switch. While her vehicle meets the requirements of the project, she continues to make improvements to her design!

Amelia Gelina shows off her 4-wheel drive, remote controlled robot with fully functional claw. Amelia continues to add functionality to her robot including lights and speakers!

CTE On The Move…  Fall Happenings

The students and staff have been busy at Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center.  

On September 27th, fifty-five students attended the 10th annual NH Constructions career day hosted at the Hillsborough County Youth Center Foundation in New Boston, NH.  The students were able to operate heavy machinery, participate in engineering challenges, practice welding, and learn about all the different aspects of the construction industry.  A group of our engineering students won a Jenga Challenge and Victoria Burroughs, Grade 12, won an engineering challenge.

On October 12th, the Cosmetology, Welding, and Automotive students attended the Fall Skills USA leadership conference hosted at The Falls Event Center in Manchester, NH.  This is the second year that Cosmetology has participated in SkillsUSA but this is the first year for the Automotive Technology and Welding programs. The students participated in team building activities, leadership workshops and were able to interact with students across the state.

On October 18th, all of the students in the Automotive Technology Program attended the at NHADA Automotive Technology Education and Career Expo hosted at Nashua Community College.  The students learned about the different post-secondary pathways that are available after graduation. At the Expo there were hands-on activities that demonstrated the various skills within the automotive technology industry.  The students also had the opportunity to interact with a NASCAR and other high end sports cars. We center would like to thank the local automotive community members that donated the funds needed to provide transportation to the event.   

On October 30th, FACS students attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Fall Leadership conference hosted at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, NH.  Newport is a brand-new chapter of FCCLA and this was the first event that the students have attended. All of the students left the event excited to be a part of this organization and to begin their FCCLA chapter. The group elected Natasha Whipple as President and Fancy Moulton as Vice President of the chapter. At the conference, students participated in various team building activities and competitions.  The Newport group won second place in the Name Tag design contest and they made a great first impression.

All District Calendar of Events

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To view more information about an event, click on the event. There may be information about location, time, etc. available for viewing.

Our key:
District (Blue)
R =  Richards (Gold)
MH = Middle & High School (Red)
SRVRTC =  Sugar River Technology Center (Gray)
Towle Building and Gym Schedule (Green)

Kayla Jensen working on an Engineering challenge.

NHADA Automotive Technology Education 
and Career Expo

The Health and Science Technology students went to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH.  The students were given a tour of the facility and the biomedical research laboratories. The students were able to interact with various professionals in the healthcare field and learn about the different post-secondary pathways available to them in the field of Health Science technology.

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