HEY, 8th GRADERS!
The P-TECH application for the 2020-2021 school year is open!
Duncanville High School’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) and Texas Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Academy (T-STEM) programs give students the opportunity to earn college credit, receive industry certifications, and participate in work-based training at no cost to students. Through partnerships with Mountain View College, Cedar Valley College, and local businesses, P-TECH students gain hands-on experience, learn technical skills, and can earn postsecondary credentials while earning their high school diploma.
The programs of study currently offered in the P-TECH program include Architectural Design and Automotive Technology. A third program of study, Education and Training, will launch in the 2020-2021 school year.
Duncanville High School is in its planning year for the T-STEM Academy but rising 9th graders can enroll in the Engineering pathway to participate. More information about the P-TECH and T-STEM programs is available at the links below.
Not sure if a P-TECH or T-STEM program is right for you? Check out these My Future. My Choice. documents to learn more about the unique academic programs available at Duncanville High School. THEN MAKE YOUR CHOICE!
It’s only Monday, but the P-TECH instructors + two rockstar students (sophomore Alexis Solis and senior Jacinto Frias) have already had a BIG week! They were recognized at the @DuncanvilleISD Board meeting & spoke about their experiences in the program 🎉 pic.twitter.com/x5Yim6Rh8j— Duncanville P-TECH (@DvillePTECH) September 17, 2019