High school students, families can check out tech programs

Courtesy photos Left: Champlain Valley Union High School students, Emma McSalis and Lizzy Jones, prepare to dissect a sheep brain as members of Burlington Tech Center’s Health Science Academy program Right: CVU student Jane Lindsley listens to her “patient’s” heart sounds during class at BTC Health Sciences Academy. 

 

The Burlington Technical Center hosts an open house this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until noon for families and students in grades 9-12 this fall.

The center offers a range of programs for ninth and 10th graders including Design Tech and Health, Hospitality, and Human Service Tech.

Programs for students in grades 11-12 are: Auto Body, Auto Science and Tech, Aviation and Aerospace Technology, Programming and Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Design and Illustration, Digital Media Lab, Human Services, Health Science Academy, Programming, and Welding and Metal Fabrication.

The Burlington Technical Center is a regional tech center supporting students in Chittenden County including high school students at Champlain Valley Union, along with middle school-aged students in the community schools of Shelburne, Charlotte, and Hinesburg.

Parking is available at Burlington High School’s main parking area on 52 Institute Road; enter through the main high school entrance from the parking lot.

For more information, contact Jason Raymond, outreach coordinator at BTC, 864-8426.

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