Pathfinder Tech

Pathfinder Athletics

Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical High School offers a variety of different sports to our student athletes. Athletes must pass all core subjects and their shop/ related to be academically eligible. Athletes must have a physical on file with the school within the last 13 months.

For more information please contact the Athletic Director Joe Baldyga (baldyga@pathfindertech.org)

Fall Sports

Varsity Football
Varsity Golf
Boys Varsity Soccer
Girls Varsity Soccer
Cheerleading Team
Co-op Cross Country
Co-op Field Hockey
Volleyball Club

Winter Sports

Varsity Wrestling
Boys Varsity Basketball
Girls Varsity Basketball
Cheerleading Team
Co-op Swimming

Spring Sports

Varsity Baseball
Varsity Lacrosse
Varsity Softball

Booster Club

Pathfinder Booster Club, a parent-run, non-profit organization, supports all athletic activities at Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical High School through membership fees, business sponsorship and fundraising activities.

In addition to providing financial support for all teams by purchasing equipment upon request, the Booster Club:

  • Provides three banquets each school year to allow the coaches of each sport to hand out awards, and share with the parents all the achievements of the players and team.
  • Buys Senior hoodies for Senior athletes.
  • Purchases and presents flowers at Senior games.
  • Gives two scholarships to Pathfinder athletes each June.
  • Contributes money towards championship jackets when a team wins!
  • The Booster Club needs your help to continue providing this support.

Athletic Bus Release Form

Pathfinder offers a wide range of vocational technical programs. We have expanded our offerings to include 15 unique programs. These exciting programs give students a competitive advantage both in college and in the workforce. Our programs are designed to help students create and follow pathways to a career of their choice.  Pursue your passion and enjoy your education!

The Cooperative Education Program at Pathfinder is an optional experience for seniors and juniors (second half of the school year) having a minimum 1,000 hours in their technical area. Through a cooperative arrangement between the school and employer, the student will receive job placement related to their technical area of study during their “shop week” with wages paid by the employer. To be eligible, a student must have the recommendation of their technical program teachers, meet the required grade, attendance, and discipline standards. The student must also have their OSHA 10-hour card. Some technical areas may require additional certifications prior to entering the program.

To schedule a tour please contact our Guidance Department:
413-283-9701 Ext. 247
Email Our Guidance Department