Cape Tech’s Adult Division Receives $104,578 State Grant

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The Community School at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, one of Cape Cod’s leading vocational schools for students seeking trade education and certification, has been awarded $104,578 in grant funding by the Baker-Polito Administration.

The grant will fund the Community School’s Winter 2023 Landscape Maintenance program, enabling The Community School to offer this program to accepted students free of charge.

To learn more about the Landscape Maintenance program, visit*

The Landscape Maintenance program is a comprehensive, four-month program designed to provide students with the introductory skills and knowledge needed to secure a job in the Landscape Maintenance industry. Students will complete 200 hours of training at Cape Cod Tech’s fully equipped classroom and receive field experience with local partner employers, such as Cape Coastal Landscaping, Coy’s Brook Landscaping, E.J. Jaxtimer, Outerland and TruGreen.

Applications for this program will be accepted until Nov. 29, 2022. Twelve applicants will be accepted into the program based on financial eligibility, CORI status and individual application responses. To request an application, visit visit

Information sessions, covering the details of the program, will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. on Nov. 16 and 21 at Cape Cod Technical High School, 351 Route 124 (Pleasant Lake Avenue).