P-TECH

Two male P-TECH students working on network cables during their IBM internship.

P-TECH

Two male P-TECH students working on network cables during their IBM internship.

Pathways in Technology Early College High School

St. Vrain Valley Schools is home to Colorado’s first Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program, now offered at three district high schools. P-TECH is a new type of school that brings together the best elements of high school, college and the professional world, allowing students to earn a high school diploma as well an Associate degree at no cost to the student. The program includes significant internship and mentorship opportunities alongside industry partners, giving students a head start in their career after completing the program. Students enroll in 9th grade and complete the program in 4-6 years.

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FalconTECH at Skyline High School

Students enrolled in FalconTECH at Skyline High School earn an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems from Front Range Community College, and receive significant mentorship and internship support from industry partner, IBM.

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WarriorTECH at Frederick High School

Students enrolled in WarriorTECH at Frederick High School earn an associate degree focusing on biochemistry from Aims Community College, and receive significant mentorship and internship support from industry partners, Tolmar, Agilent, KBI Biopharma, and Novartis Gene Therapy.

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RaptorTECH at Silver Creek High School

Opening in Fall 2021, students enrolled in RaptorTECH at Silver Creek High School earn an associate degree focusing on cybersecurity from Front Range Community College, and receive significant mentorship and internship support from industry partners, Cisco, Comcast, PEAK Resources, and Seagate Technologies.