• WHAT IS PATHWAYS IN TECHNOLOGY?

     

    The Pathways in Technology at Mountain View High School (P-TECH) model is designed to ensure that high school curriculum focuses on workforce needs and partnerships that support students in obtaining credentials, degrees and certificates. With the support of Educate Texas and the Texas Education Agency (TEA), participating schools target thriving industries in their region, to address key workforce pathways in high-demand fields. The P-TECH Model course of study gives students an opportunity to:

     

    • earn an associate degree while earning their high school diploma

    • earn a two-year postsecondary certificate or industry certification

    • complete work-based training 

    • gain work experience through internships, apprenticeships, or other job training programs

     

    "Pathways in Technology Mountain View High School (P-TECH) provide students with a seamless path from high school, to post-secondary education, to employment.  They also engage in work-based education at every grade level, such as internships, apprenticeships, or other forms of job training programs."

     

    -CCR Schools Model

     

    The P-TECH at Mountain View High School will enable students to begin their college and professional lives more quickly and with more support. Graduates of P-TECH have the opportunity to earn an Applied Associate of Science degree and leave high school with the skills and knowledge they need in order to continue onto a four-year Bachelor's of Applied Science degree, or step seamlessly into competitive, high demand jobs.  P-TECH at Mountain View High School will offer an Associate of Applied Science in Health Science.

     

    PATHWAYS IN TECHNOLOGY IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS, AND IS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT STUDENTS WHO:

     

    • might be the first in their family to attend college

    • want to attend college but need a no-cost solution

    • are motivated to challenge themselves with in depth college-level course work and internships

    • are comfortable in smaller classes focused on academics and workplace learning

    • are open to accept career focused academic guidance from dedicated, collegiate teachers and professors

    • are interested in student-driven clubs and other activities

    • live in the Clint Independent School District

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