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The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) must provide a rigorous course of study that allows students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and enable a student to combine high school courses and college-level courses with the goal of earning industry-based certifications, certificates, and/or an associate degree and engage in appropriate work-based learning at every grade level.

4.1 - Regional Need

  • Documentation detailing courses of study examples that outline student pathways from high school to associate degrees, certificates, or industry-based certifications and beyond

  • Current dated regional high-demand occupation list

4.3 - Course Sequence

  • Crosswalk aligning high school and college courses, grades 9 through 12, which enables a student to earn an associate degree or up to 60 college credit hours toward a baccalaureate degree

  • Master schedules

4.7 - College Readiness


  • Calendar of scheduled TSI test administration dates, sign-up process, and intervention expectations

  • Aggregate reports of TSI exam performance

  • Testing calendar and schedule for SAT, ACT, or other college readiness assessments

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in pursuit of academic and athletic excellence."

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