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2018-2019 School Bus Schedule School Bus
Set for Success Set for Success
"Farm to School Cook-off" Competitions
Lincoln Academy Students bring home Gold, Silver & Bronze at 2018 SkillsUSA Competition Lincoln Academy students take home Gold, Silver & Bronze
Letter from Superintendent Patrick Manuel Regarding School Safety Screen Capture of the letter regarding school safety
All Clear - Response to possible threat at Bath Middle School (there was none) RSU1 compass rose logo
Eighth Grade Visit Eighth Grade Visit
Cookie Exchange in Culinary Cookie Exchange
Adopt a family Adopt a family
Culinary Cafe Culinary Cafe Hours

Culinary Cafe Hours

The Culinary class fabricate and butcher pig On December 8 the Culinary class had a former student come in, who is now a farmer. He fabricated and butchered a whole pig for the class.

On December 8 the Culinary class had a former student come in, who is now a farmer. He fabricated and butchered a whole pig for the class. The students were able to help.

The students in Culinary Arts are busy working on gingerbread creations. Culinary Arts class make Gingerbread creations.

The students in Culinary Arts are busy working on gingerbread creations.

Plan to Make-Up School Days Thumbnail of Patrick Manuel's letter about  making up days of school lost to storms
 
   

 

Culinary Arts hosts Annual Lunch for the Good Morning Program Good morning program
Engineering & Architectural Design students visit Hathorn Block image
Nov 7, 2017 Board of Director Election and MHS-BRCTC Building Project Referendum MHS
Notice of Public Hearing for the New MHS-BRCTC RSU1
MHS-BRCTC Building Project Presentation & Straw Poll Vote Sept 12th RSU1
Meet the Lenovo N23 Yoga Chromebook for student use Lenovo N23 Yoga ChromeBook for Education
A Growing Relationship Growing
RSU1 Budget Validation Referendum June 13, 2017 Vote
RSU1 Regional Budget Meeting Annual Budget Meeting
MHS-BRCTC Building Project Community Presentation and Straw Poll Vote April 11, 2017 RSU1
Students of the Semester Students of the Semester
RSU1 Awarded AP District Honor Roll for U.S. and Canada! RSU1
KICK OFF THE NEW 826! M for Morse
Thanksgiving Pie Sale Pie Sale
Parent Forum Featuring SASSMM - Wednesday, September 21 at 6:00pm at Bath Middle School Cafeteria

 

 

Senior Reflection
2016-2017 Annual Budget Approved!
RSU1 Teacher Named 2016 Sagadahoc County Teacher of the Year
SkillsUSA Competitions
Proficiency Based Learning Resource Page
2016 State of the Schools Presentation
2016 State of the Schools Presentation
Superintendent Newsletter January 2016
Superintendent Newsletter October 2015
Maine Retired Teachers Luncheon
Frazier Metcalf Swim for Health Memorial Fund for RSU1 3rd Graders
Thanksgiving Pies
Meet the Candidates for RSU1 Board of Education
Letter of Thanks from Freight Shed Full Moon Dinner
SkillsUSA Penny Wars

 

 
Preschool Programs Beginning Soon

The Early Childhood Education program will beginning the preschool programs soon!  

The morning program, offered to children ages 6 months to 3 years of age, will begin on Monday, September 28th. This program will run on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 8:30-10:15. 

The afternoon program, offered to children ages 3 and 4, will begin on Tuesday, October 20. This program will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 12:00-1:30. 

Email Gretchen Parlin at gparlin@rsu1.org for more information and availability. 

SkillsUSA Penny Wars
Check out the new BRCTC Viewbook!

BRCTC View Book

BRCTC Hosts Bath Rotary Luncheon

 

 

 

Commercial Arts Partners with BackPack Program
Student of the Year
Engineering Students Prepare for Maine Windblade Challenge
RSU1 Now on Facebook
BRCTC Electricity Students Working With Bath Food Pantry
RSU1 Wellness Council Annual Survey
State of The Schools Invitation! Promotional flyer for the 2015 RSU1 State of the Schools presentation
Interviewing 101 A BRCTC female student wearing her red SkillsUSA jacket
Culinary Arts Turkey Throwdown Photo of BRCTC students who will be competing in the Turkey Throwdown Thanksgiving competition.
BRCTC Open House Banner promoting the BRCTC open house for November 2014
Notice of Public Hearing for the “Withdrawal Agreement between the Town of West Bath and RSU 1” A bullhorn clipart image for the notice of public hearing for withdrawal of West Bath Elementary School.
Maine DOE Health Priority Notice Regarding Mosquito Borne Illnesses in Maine The Maine Department of Education Logo
2014-15 School Start/End Times and Bus Routes Clipart school bus image
Coffee is Coming To Morse High School Coffee
Earn College Credit! College Credit
Kings cake in honor of Mardi Gras Kings Cake in honor of Mardi Gras


 

Student Built Home flyer
BRCTC Ice Cream Social
BRCTC at State of the Schools
College Acceptance Acceptance
CTE in Maine CTE
Center-Wide Program Advisory Program Advisory Breakfast
Parent Forum with Maine Children's Trauma Response Initiative RSU1
Welcome to the 2016/17 School Year
Rockingham Electric Sponsors BRCTC Student for SkillsUSA
Advisory Breakfast image
Program Advisory Breakfast

Program Advisory Committee Breakfast

Open House Open House
New RSU1 Website
Students of the Semester
Come Help Us Design the Next Morse High - BRCTC! Morse M
Automotive Students working with Maine National Guard Humvee
Career & College Fair
Screenagers Information and Resources
10-Hour OSHA Training Photo of the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Association) trainer in front of a whiteboard when giving a class to students at BRCTC.
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year, from Superintendent Manuel
First Day of School 2016-17 at BRCTC

Who we are

Bath Regional Career and Technical Center is a technical high school located in Bath, Maine. The school offers eight Career and Technical Education courses to students enrolled at Morse High School, Boothbay Region High School, Lincoln Academy, and Wiscasset Middle High School.

BRCTC programs offer students applied learning experiences, dual enrollment college opportunities, and industry recognized certification testing. BRCTC has adopted national and/or state industry skills standards in each program, preparing students to enter a trade or continue their education in a post-secondary program after graduation.