Eighteen Dallas ISD P-TECH schools officially part of national network


The 18 Dallas ISD P-TECH schools are now officially part of the national P-TECH network and among the 90 schools featured on the organization’s website at ptech.org.

At Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH), students can choose a career pathway and take courses that provide academic, technical and workplace skills. Students have the potential to earn an associate’s degree in four to six years, along with industry certificates for their selected career pathway — opportunities that can potentially lead to paid internships and job placement after graduation. Students also have the opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of free college credit while pursuing their high school diploma. Best of all, the opportunity comes tuition-free.

The P-TECHs work with industry partners and campuses in the Dallas County Community College District. Some P-TECHs also partner with UNT Dallas.

The current Dallas ISD P-TECHs are:

  • Bryan Adams P-TECH at Eastfield College
  • David W. Carter P-TECH at Cedar Valley College
  • Emmett J. Conrad Global Studies H-TECH at Richland College
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt H-TECH at El Centro College
  • Hillcrest E-TECH at Richland College
  • James Madison P-TECH at El Centro College
  • Justin F. Kimball E-TECH at Mountain View College
  • L.G. Pinkston H-TECH at El Centro College
  • Lincoln B-TECH at El Centro College and UNT Dallas
  • Moisés Molina B-TECH at Mountain View College
  • North Dallas P-TECH at Brookhaven College
  • Seagoville P-TECH at Eastfield college
  • South Oak Cliff P-TECH at Mountain View College
  • Sunset P-TECH at Mountain View College and UNT Dallas
  • Thomas Jefferson P-TECH at Brookhaven College
  • W.H. Adamson P-TECH at El Centro College
  • W.T. White B-TECH at Brookhaven College
  • Wilmer-Hutchins E-TECH at North Lake College

Learn about all of Dallas ISD’s Early College High School options here: https://www.dallasisd.org/collegiateacademies.


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