Toolboxes in Carpentry Studio

The Carpentry Program is the gateway to one of the highest-paid, in-demand occupations in the United States today. Students get a comprehensive introduction to safety, and hand and power tools. The students then progress to construction techniques and eventually residential house construction and remodeling. Offsite projects are common in the third and fourth year of study. Fourth year students are encouraged to obtain cooperative work placements. Post-secondary articulation agreements are in place and all construction technology students are directed whenever possible to study at the post-secondary level. Business classes make a fine addition to a student's four year course of study.

Licenses, Certifications, and Affiliations 

  • OSHA-30
  • First aid and AED/CPR certification
  • Ladder Safety Certification
  • Carpenter Local 218
  • Laborers Local 55


Mr. Robert Day (x610365)
Mr. Bob Keen (x610366)

Articulation Agreements

  • Bunker Hill Community College
  • Boston Carpenters Apprenticeship Training Center
  • Eastern Massachusetts Carpenters Apprenticeship
  • Construction Craft Laborers Apprenticeship Program


Residential Carpentry graduates are working at the following companies

  • Boston Closet
  • Shanlee Construction