Dekaney High School
The Pathways in Technology Early College High (P-TECH) at Dekaney High School made its debut during the 2021-22 school year with its first cohort of 9th-grade students.
Through a partnership with Lone Star College - North Harris, the program is designed to lead to both a high school degree and Associate of Science Degree with licenses in computer programming. The goal is to prepare students for higher education opportunities, as well as employment, through internships and hands-on experiences.
Key areas of study include:
- Computer programming
The program will give preference to students zoned to Dekaney High School but is also open to other students as space allows.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is P-TECH?
Why should I apply for Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH)?
Who can apply for P-TECH?
Will students who are not zoned to Dekaney be eligible for the P-TECH Program?
Will transportation be provided to students who are out of zone?
What are the admissions requirements for the program? Will there be an interview?
If accepted into P-TECH, will my student also be able to take AP classes and participate in other activities at Dekaney?
When does a student start taking college level courses?
If I’m a district employee and my student would like to attend the Dekaney P-Tech program, is there automatic acceptance?
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