GLTHS-HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUSTER
250 Pawtucket Boulevard
Tyngsboro, Massachusetts 01879
Map of GLTHS-Health & Physical Education Cluster
Phone:  9784545411
Fax:  Not provided
Web Site:  Not provided

Grades: 

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Enrollment:  Not provided
Setting:  Not provided
District:  Greater Lowell Technical High School

Welcome to GLTHS-Health & Physical Education Cluster!
Mission Statement: Greater Lowell Technical High School commits to ensure students’ readiness for career, college, and citizenship in the 21st century. We challenge and support students as they realize their individual potential for personal and professional success.

The Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical School District is comprised of the city of Lowell and the towns of Dracut, Dunstable, and Tyngsborough, communities with a combined population of about 150,000 residents and a FY19 budget of $44M. The school first opened in 1974 and recently completed a $65M construction/renovation project. In addition to a grade 9-12 enrollment of 2,184 students, the school also offers Practical Nursing and Adult Education Programs.

The school is ranked in the 46th percentile of all high schools in MA which represents a 30 point increase over the last 4 years. As a modern vocational technical high school we are able to offer students two educations in one. We offer challenging and rigorous academic courses in the four core subjects of English, math, science, and history. In addition, rather than supplementing our academics with an array of elective courses, our students explore, select, and focus on one of our 23 vocational technical program majors. As a result, Greater Lowell Tech students are prepared to either enter college or the workforce upon graduation.

Teacher Salary & Benefits
Level Starting Maximum
Salary schedule not provided
Employer    Employee
Medical 75% 25%
Dental 75% 25%

Additional Benefits Information
Greater Lowell Technical High School provides eligible employees an array of benefits including Health, Dental, Life and Disability Insurance, and retirement benefits administered by the Massachusetts Teachers Retirement System (MTRS) for educators and administrators, or Middlesex Retirement System for non-educational staff. A deferred compensation plan is provided to individuals, such as per diem teachers, that are not eligible for membership in one of the State Retirement Systems. In addition a Voluntary Supplemental Retirement Plan, 403b, is offered as well as an Employee Assistance Program and other benefits.