Blue Hills Practical Nursing Program is a full-time, 40 - week, day program running from September through June each year. The class hours are Monday through Friday from 7:45 AM to 2:30 PM. Clinical hours may vary to accommodate clinical agency availability but usually begin at 7 AM.

We provide a rigorous educational experience of theory and clinical practice which prepares graduates to take the NCLEX-PN (National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nursing). Our faculty provides an exceptional learning environment which gives our graduates an important advantage when seeking employment.

Once our graduates successfully complete the NCLEX licensing exam, they are ready for a satisfying, challenging nursing career in healthcare, and opportunities to continue their nursing education.

Open Houses
  • To be announced
Information Sessions
  • To be announced
Work Opportunities
  • Hospitals
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Short-term rehab facilities
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Physician's offices
  • Prison system
  • Home Care Agencies
Educational Opportunities
  • LPN - RN (BSN) programs
  • LPN - Master's degrees
  • Specialty certifications

We are no longer accepting applications for September 2023. Please check back later for information for September 2024. 

Interested candidates can register for the TEAS VII examination through atitesting.com for any available testing site. 

Qualified minimum TEAS Results for application are:

Reading: 65%
Mathematics: 63%
Science: 42%
English: 55%


Overall Score of Proficient: 58.7% - 79.3%

We require a minimum of 60 days between retaking the TEAS exam. If you have taken the TEAS examination within the 12 months from the date of application to the program, please contact atitesting.com to send your qualified TEAS result to the Admissions Office at Blue Hills Regional Technical School.

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Applications for admission, as well as additional information, will be become available in the fall of 2022. 

Recent Alumni Data

Class of 2022 of those returning survey:

  • 94% employed as a licensed nurse
  • 99% average graduate satisfaction with the program

Class of 2020 NCLEX first time pass rate: 93%

Class of 2021 NCLEX first time pass rate: 90%

Class of 2022 NCLEX first time pass rate: 92%