Greater Lawrence Technical School

Established in 1965, Greater Lawrence Technical School is a four-year regional technical high school, located in Andover, Massachusetts, United States. It serves the communities of Andover, Lawrence, Methuen, and North Andover.

Greater Lawrence Technical School
57 River Road


Open enrollment[1]
MottoExpect More - Demand More - Achieve More
School districtGreater Lawrence Technical School
SuperintendentJohn Lavoie
PrincipalElizabeth Freedman
Assistant PrincipalsGregory Haas, Kelly Doherty
Administrative DeansChrista Gillis, William Vogel
Faculty140 (on FTE basis)[2]
Grades9 to 12
Enrollment1,473[2] (2017)
Student to teacher ratio11:1[2]
Color(s)Black and orange          
Athletics conferenceMIAA District A[3]
Commonwealth Athletic Conference
Sports2007 Superbowl Champs
2008 Wrestling Champs
Team nameReggies
RivalsLawrence High School (Lawrence, MA); Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical High School (Tyngsboro, MA)
Budget$30,545,587 total
$20,488 per pupil
Communities servedAndover
North Andover


As of September 2017, GLTS offers 21 CTE programs, organized into three academies.

Business, Consumer Services and Transportation Academy (B.C.S.T.)

  • Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing
  • Automotive Technology
  • Barbering
  • Business Technology
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts

Construction Technology Academy

  • Carpentry
  • Electricity
  • Horticulture/Landscaping (new for 2017)
  • HVAC/Refrigeration
  • Metal Fabrication & Joining Technologies
  • Plumbing

Medical, Engineering, Technology and Arts Academy (M.E.T.A.)

  • Biotechnology
  • Dental Assisting
  • Electronics/Engineering
  • Graphic Communications
  • Health Assisting
  • Information Technology
  • Machine Tool Technology
  • Medical Assisting (new for 2017)
  • S.T.E.A.M. Program (new for 2017)

School Committee members

  • Andover
    • Marilyn Fitzgerald, Vice Chair (April 2012-present)
  • Lawrence
    • Stephany Infante (January 2018–present)
    • Leo J. Lamontagne, Chair (January 1986–present)
    • Gary Mannion Jr., Assistant Treasurer (January 2014–present)
  • Methuen
    • Russell Bourassa (January 2018-present)
    • Barbara Grondine (January 2014-present)
  • North Andover
    • Frank A. Rossi (April 2011-present)


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  2. ^ a b c Greater Lawrence Regional Vocational Technical - Enrollment/Indicators. Massachusetts Dept. of Elementary & Secondary Education. Retrieved on 2008-07-06.
  3. ^ Member Schools. Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Retrieved on 2008-07-06.
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2018 Massachusetts gubernatorial election

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Shortly after polls closed at 8 p.m. local time, the Associated Press declared the race in favor of incumbents Baker and Polito. Shortly after 9 p.m. location time, Gonzalez conceded the election.Baker was reelected with the highest vote total in the history of Massachusetts gubernatorial elections and by the widest margin since Bill Weld was reelected governor in 1994.

Andover, Massachusetts

Andover is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. It was settled in 1642 and incorporated in 1646. As of the 2010 census, the population was 33,201. It is part of the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, Massachusetts-New Hampshire metropolitan statistical area. Part of the town comprises the census-designated place of Andover. It is twinned with its namesake: Andover, Hampshire, England.

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Diana DiZoglio

Diana DiZoglio is an American state legislator serving in the Massachusetts Senate. She is a Methuen resident and a member of the Democratic Party. In 2018, DiZoglio won the 1st Essex District State Senate seat, which includes Newburyport, Methuen, Haverhill, Merrimac, Amesbury, Salisbury, and four of eight precincts in North Andover. DiZoglio previously represented the 14th Essex District, which includes portions of North Andover, Methuen, Lawrence and Haverhill. She previously served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 2013 until her election to the Massachusetts Senate in 2018.

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It has two traditional county seats: Salem and Lawrence. Prior to the dissolution of the county government in 1999, Salem had jurisdiction over the Southern Essex District, and Lawrence had jurisdiction over the Northern Essex District, but currently these cities do not function as seats of government. However, the county and the districts remain as administrative regions recognized by various governmental agencies, which gathered vital statistics or disposed of judicial case loads under these geographic subdivisions, and are required to keep the records based on them. The county has been designated the Essex National Heritage Area by the National Park Service.

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Manufacturing products of the city include electronic equipment, textiles, footwear, paper products, computers, and foodstuffs. Lawrence was the residence of poet Robert Frost for his early school years; his essays and poems were first published in the Lawrence High School newspaper.

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