Construction P-Tech Information

P-TECH Construction


What is P-Tech?

P-TECH is an innovative partnership between a school district, a community college(s), and one or more local high-growth industry employer(s).

  • Students begin in ninth grade and continue for up to six years (i.e. high school and two equivalent years of college), and will graduate with both a high school diploma and an industry-recognized associate degree, in addition to gaining relevant workplace skills.

  • Students receive intensive student support services, mentoring, job shadowing, internships, pre-apprenticeships, and other workplace educational experiences.

  • P-TECH is open to all students, with a special focus on encouraging enrollment of students who are socio-economically and racially diverse, first-generation college students, English language learners, and students with disabilities.

Who can apply for a P-Tech program?

P-TECH is open to all students in grades 9-12. Students can enter a PTECH program starting in 9th, 10th, 11th grade, or 12th grade.

How does P-Tech support academic requirements for graduation?

P-TECH programs provide a structured pathway within these academies for students to earn their high school diploma, an associate’s degree, and gain career experience.

What Pathways are offered?
Electrical Lineworker


Construction Technology

Land Surveying & Geomatics

Career Center

*Note: Career Center offers preparatory courses (Construction Tech. Levels 1 and 2) associated with the P-TECH programming found at Western Colorado Community College.

To Enroll.
You can contact your homeschool counselor and express your interest.

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