About North Tech

In collaboration with partner districts, North Technical High School provides technical education designed to ensure the student's successful contribution to our community.

Our 25, tuition-free, CTE majors allow students to explore their career interests.

While earning industry certifications, college and high school credit.

At North Tech...

AT NORTH TECH . . . We provide students with Career and Technical Education (CTE) that prepares them for continuing education and the workforce.

Our 25, tuition-free, CTE majors allow students to explore their career interests while earning industry certifications, college and high school credit, and skills that will last a lifetime.

Partial day schedules keep students engaged in their home high school academics and activities while they make new friends with similar interests from all over North County.

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are an integral part of Career and Technical Education. CTSOs prepare students to become productive leaders in their communities, help them build confidence and increase their ability to solve real-world problems.

North Tech Administration

We provide students with the resources and supports necessary to be successful at North Tech.

Jim Hieger

Jim Hieger

Principal

314-989-7771

Kevin Edson

Kevin Edson

Assistant Principal

314-989-7605

Esthere Scott

Esthere Scott

Assistant Principal

314-989-7608

Dr. Ronda Wallace

Dr. Ronda Wallace

Assistant Principal

314-989-7604

Our Partner Schools

Partners for every student's success.

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