Martha’s Vineyard High School Receives Grant Funding for Greenhouse

MARTHA’S VINEYARD – Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has been awarded $50,000 in state funding aimed at improving and expanding career training programs.

The school will use the funding to install a 23-foot by 84-foot industrial greenhouse and related technology. The greenhouse and conferencing technology will allow students to interact globally.

The Baker Administration awarded $9.5 million in Skills Capital Grants to 32 educational institutions across the state to support vocational equipment and programs.

Over the last two years, the administration has awarded more than $36 million to 78 different schools.

“These Skills Capital Grants will help boost our economy and equip students with new skills, knowledge and experience with state-of-the-art equipment across the Commonwealth,” said Governor Charlie Baker.

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