Oswego County P-TECH
The P-TECH student is a student entering the 9th Grade in who is creative, organized, interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). They are mechanically inclined, work well with others, have a desire to build strong communications, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. P-TECH students have a strong interest in pursuing an Associate Degree (2 Year Degree) in Electrical Engineering Technology or Mechanical Technical and a career in the field of Advanced Manufacturing.
You will need to complete the online application; posted on the P-TECH website as well as the following forms:
1. a counselor recommendation from your home school
2. two teacher recommendations
3. a parent/guardian statement and approval form
These forms can be found online at the P-TECH website - under Prospective Students> New Student Application
The application deadline is March 23, 2017. Informational meetings are being held throughout the county for students, parents, and school faculty. Please check our website for more details on when presentations will be held.
If a student decides the P-TECH Program does not fit their career interests, they are able to transfer back to their local high school. Due to the course instructional model and sequence in P-TECH, it would be most advantageous to transfer at the end of the instructional year. Should a student decide that a career in advanced manufacturing is not best for them, the P-TECH staff and industry mentors will work with the student and parent in discussing what career paths the student may be most interested in.
Yes. The instructional day at the CiTi campus will align with the current Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and bussing schedules. Students would ride district transportation to the CiTi Mexico Campus in the morning and return home in the afternoon at CTE dismissal. Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities and athletics in their home school if they desire.
Yes, students will have the opportunity to earn an Advanced Regents Diploma through their P-TECH high school course of study. Importation to NOTE: While some students may be able to finish the program in less than six years, if they opt for an Advanced Regents Diploma the likelihood of that early graduation becomes less of a possibility.
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