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.

You can follow the below link and The D51 Career Center will contact your home school counselor and advocate on your behalf.

The D51 Career Center Enrollment:

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