All students must be 18 years or older unless specifically indicated in a course description


Refunds requested at least 2 weeks prior to class will be refunded 100% minus a $10 processing fee and 3% credit card fee. If you financed your class through Shop Pay you will be refunded as above but with a 5.9% fee. Any cancellations less than two weeks before the start date will not receive a refund or credit. For medical emergencies with proper doctor’s note, you will receive a school credit for a future class for the full price of the class less a $10 processing fee and credit card fees, as applicable


All classes are filled on a "first come, first served" basis.  Please register early.  We do NOT send course confirmations, but will contact you if there are schedule changes or cancellations.

First Night of Class

Students should proceed to their Continuing Education Class as outlined in the class welcome email.  The email will be sent to the student's email address on file approximately 3 days prior to the start of class.


In case of inclement weather or an emergency, there will be no evening classes on days when day school has been closed. On days when school is in session and evening classes have to be cancelled due to weather, an e-mail will be sent to the e-mail on file for those taking classes. In some cases, when classrooms are needed for evening meetings, or an instructor needs to cancel a class for personal reasons, evening classes may be rescheduled, this is done through your e-mail on file as well.


No School/Holidays

There will be no classes held on the following dates unless otherwise noted by an individual class:

  • 10/9, 10/11, 10/18, 10/26, 11/10, 11/22-24, 1/15/24

Refund Policy

There is a $10 processing fee for all refunds.  If you withdraw:
  • 2 weeks or more before the start date, you will be refunded 100% minus the processing fee and 3% credit card fee.
  • Less than 2 weeks before the start date, you will not receive a refund. 
  • In the event that remaining classes are cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control, a prorated refund for remaining classes will be calculated and returned, if due.

Certificates and Course Credits

Unless otherwise specified, all Blue Hills Regional evening courses are non-college credit.  Certificates of attendance and completion will be issued to students upon request.

Smoke-Free/Drug-Free School

Blue Hills Regional Technical School is a smoke-free/drug-free school.  This includes use of all tobacco products in buildings and buses, on school grounds or at off-campus work sites by students, school personnel and visitors.

Books and Supplies

Students may be required to purchase a textbook or supplies/equipment at an additional fee.  Instructors will advise.  Please remember to bring any supplies listed in the course description to the first night of class.  If there is a materials fee payable to the instructor, please remember to bring a check or cash for that amount on the first night of class.  *Registrations received less than one week before class cannot be guaranteed books/supplies for class.

Handicapped Access

Our building is handicapped accessible.  Please contact the Continuing Education Office for information if special arrangements are needed.

Disclaimer:  Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy within this publication as of the publishing date.  All policies, procedures, tuition fees, and curriculum, however, are subject to change at any time by the appropriate action of the instructor or the administration of Blue hills.  This publication is not intended to be a contract, explicit or implied, and the school reserves the right to make changes regarding the information contained herein. The Blue Hills Regional Technical School District is an equal opportunity employer and coeducational high school that does not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation, or disability in its employment policies, in the enrollment of students, or in eligibility for programs and activities in compliance with Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  To contact the Title VI, Title IX or 5044 coordinator call or write Angelo Dimitriou, Director of Student Services, Blue Hills Regional, 800 Randolph Street, Canton, MA 02021, 781-828-5800, www.bluehills.org.  Funding of this publication is made possible through Public Law 105.332.