Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School contains an all new full athletic complex on campus. The complex will not only serve the athletic and physical education needs for the school, but also the community organizations and residence of Lexington and Lincoln.
The complex includes a multi-sport synthetic turf field within the track, track and field events, a synthetic turf softball field with a multi-sport practice field in the outfield, and a synthetic turf baseball field with a full-size multi-sport field in the outfield.. The complex is designed to meet the requirements of MIAA and NFHS, while providing fields that are flexible to accommodate a wide variety of sports programs.
The baseball/softball fields include dugouts, bleachers, bull pens, and batting cages. All fields and courts have LED lighting, include the track which is programmable to have lighting for evening walkers. The track and field create a game stadium with bleachers, a press box, tennis courts, and an athletic building housing concessions, rest rooms, locker rooms, training room, and storage planned for phase 2.
Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School is located on a 65.71 acre site that straddles both Towns of Lincoln and Lexington and is bordered by Minuteman National Historic Park to the north. The site is strewn with wetlands, watercourses, and vernal pools. The project received Conservation Commission, Historic, and Planning Board approvals from both Towns, as well as approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for the project.