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Programs & Majors

We provide students with Career and Technical Education that prepares and inspires them for college and the highly competitive world of work.
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Auto Body

Our Auto Body major focuses on the repair and appearance of the interior and exterior of vehicles. Students learn how to assess, estimate, and repair using modern welding, sanding, masking and painting techniques and the same advanced equipment found in professional auto collision repair companies. Students can earn I-CAR certification and advanced college credit from State Technical College in Missouri.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    Universal Technical Institute, 12 units
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Automobile Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification in Nonstructural/Paint & Refinishing, S/P2 Safety Certification

Automotive Technology

Our Automotive Technology major is driven by the 4 main systems of vehicle operation: brakes, suspension and steering, engine performance, and electrical/electronics. Students will diagnose, service, and repair a wide range of vehicles alongside their ASE certified Master Technician instructor. The classroom includes modern diagnostic equipment which students operate as they work toward multiple ASE certifications.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    Universal Technical Institute, 16 units
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Automobile Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification in Brakes, Electrical, Engine Performance, Suspension, S/P2 Safety Certification

Career Exploration

This program is for Sophomores only.
Choosing your major will be easy after this fun and engaging Career Exploration class designed just for sophomores. Over the course of one or two semesters, you will rotate through up to 8 career clusters while being introduced to all of the majors available to you in 11th grade. Explore through hands-on projects, exciting activities, and shadowing experiences to discover the program that fits your interests and aspirations.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • COURSE ROTATION:
    Advanced Manufacturing Pathways, Arts Pathways, Construction Pathways, Human Services Pathways, Information Technology Pathways, Medical Pathways, and Transportation Pathways
  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF PARTIAL-DAY ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 3 core credits (.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    1.5 Electives for 1 semester Sophomore Year OR 3 Electives for 2 semesters Sophomore Year

Carpentry

Our Carpentry major helps students build a skill set including framing, estimating, roofing, and interior finishing. Students learn how to read and interpret blueprints and build structures using a wide range of professional power tools and carpentry materials.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 11 core credits (2.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 6 credits
  • APPRENTICESHIP CREDIT OFFERED:
    Carpenter’s Apprentice, 1 – 3 days of Pre-Employment Course, 1 specialty or elective unit of training, advanced placement testing in related areas per joint agreement with St. Louis Carpenter’s Joint Apprenticeship Program • Construction Craft Laborers – credit for 40 hours of apprentice training and 500 hours of on-the-job training
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Home Builders Institute (HBI)– Pre-Apprenticeship Training Core Certification • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10 hour Construction Industry Certification

Cisco Networking Academy

Our Cisco Networking Academy is an honors course in which students learn how to design, install and troubleshoot complex computer networks. Students will navigate a variety of projects as they complete Cisco’s online curriculum in preparation for their certification exams.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English, 1 must be Algebra), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 10 credits • St. Charles Community College, 25 credits • University of Central Missouri, Dual Credit available
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    CompTIA A+ Certification, Cisco Certified Entry Level Network Technician (CCENT) Certification

Construction Innovations

Our Construction Innovations major allows students to customize a year or semester of construction exploration to match their interests. A wide variety of quarter long courses give students a solid foundation of basic knowledge and experience. Students can continue into an Advanced Construction course in their second year. Students choose from: Carpentry, Electrical Trades, General Construction, Floor Layers Middle Apprenticeship, or Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    1.5 TO 3 Electives Junior AND/OR Senior Year
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Home Builders Institute (HBI) – Pre- Apprenticeship Training Core Certification • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10 hour Construction Industry Certification

Construction Trades

Our Construction Trades major provides students with general skills in carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electricity, and heating and cooling. Projects allow students to take complete construction projects from blueprints to completion.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    State Technical College of Missouri, 15 hours
  • APPRENTICESHIP CREDIT OFFERED:
    Construction Craft Laborers – Credit for 40 hours of Apprentice Training and 500 hours of On-The-Job Training
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    American Welding Society (AWS) – multiple entry-level welding certifications available, S/P2 Safety Certification

Cosmetology

Our Cosmetology major offers the same curriculum as a beauty college including all hair, nail, and skincare services. Students learn in a full-service salon along with classroom instruction from licensed Cosmetologists.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits and 12 total credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Cosmetology Missouri State Board Certification

Culinary Arts

Our Culinary Arts major is taught in a modern, fully equipped, restaurant style kitchen. Students plan, prepare, and cater meals alongside professional chefs in both the classroom and at various competitions throughout the year.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 5 credits • Sullivan University, 3 credits • Illinois Institute of Art, 20 1⁄4 hours • Johnson and Wales University, 13.5 1⁄4 hours • Robert Morris University, 9 1⁄4 hours
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    American Culinary Federation Certification • Servsafe Certification

Diesel Technology

Our Diesel Technology major trains students to analyze and repair the complex electrical, hydraulic, and fuel systems of today’s semi-trucks and heavy construction equipment. Students will troubleshoot, overhaul, and assemble diesel engines using the same equipment and techniques as professional mechanics.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 9 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Automobile Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification in Diesel Engines, Electrical/Electronic Systems, Brakes and Steering & Suspension • S/P2 Safety Certification

Early Childhood Education

Our Early Childhood Education major turns the student into the teacher in our certified preschools. Students create, research, and implement lesson plans while learning effective preschool teaching techniques. Upon graduation, students will have a portfolio of work to present to colleges and/or employers.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 6 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) – Early Childhood Certification • CPR and First Aid Certifications

Electrical Trades

Our Electrical Trades major teaches students how to design, stage, and install commercial and residential electrical wiring for power and telecommunications systems. Skills include blueprint interpretation, layout design, and programming equipment while emphasizing logical thinking.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 11 core credits (2.5 must be English, 1 must be Algebra), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    American Trade School, 12 1⁄4 hours
  • APPRENTICESHIP CREDIT OFFERED:
    Construction Craft Laborers – credit for 40 hours of apprentice training and 500 hours of on-the-job training
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Home Builders Institute (HBI) – Pre- Apprenticeship Training Core Certification • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10 hour Construction Industry Certification

Emergency Medical Technician

Our Emergency Medical Technician major brings students into real world emergency scenarios. Students are trained to perform detailed trauma patient assessments using advanced medical and diagnostic equipment, including ambulances.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF SENIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 11 core credits (2.5 must be English, 2 must be math, 1 must be lab based science), 17 total credits, on track to graduate
  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
    “C” or higher in last semester of English, 1 credit of Algebra or concurrent enrollment projected
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 10 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Emergency Medical Technician Basic certification through National Registry, National First Responder certification, Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations certification

Fashion Design

Our Fashion Design major teaches students how to use the techniques of top designers to illustrate and tailor garments. The program produces a full scale fashion show annually which includes model casting, line creation, and styling for the runway.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    Illinois Institute of Art, 8 credits • The Art Institute (multiple locations), 6 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) – Fashion, Textiles and Apparel Certification

Firefighting

Our Firefighting major is an academy level course that allows students to do the bulk of their required Fire Academy hours at the high school level. Using a wide range of firefighting and life-saving equipment, students develop their skills through rigorous mental and physical training.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF SENIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English, 1 must be math, 1 must be lab based science), on track to graduate
  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
    “C” or higher in last semester of English, 1 credit of Algebra or concurrent enrollment projected
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Senior Year
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Fire I and Fire II certifications, National First Responder

Graphic Design

Our Graphic Design major channels students’ passion for art into advertising and marketing projects using the full Adobe Suite of design software. Through advanced tutorials combined with a study of fonts, color theory, sketching and drawing, students produce a professional portfolio of their work to share with prospective colleges and employers.

Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    University of Central Missouri, Dual Credit, up to 9 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Adobe Certifications

Health Sciences

Our Health Sciences major immerses students into healthcare through lab and patient care experiences, high-level academic coursework in anatomy and physiology, and clinical rotations at area hospitals and assisted living facilities.

Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English, 1 must be science), on track to graduate, must be 16 on the first day of class
  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
    “C” or higher in all completed science coursework, 1 credit of Biology or concurrent enrollment projected, 2.0 minimum GPA
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    1 Science (Anatomy & Physiology) and 2 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 4 credits • Missouri Baptist University, Dual Credit, 8 credits • University of Central Missouri, Dual Credit, 2 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – State of Missouri certification • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) –10 hour General Industry – Healthcare Certification • CPR and First Aid certifications

Hospitality & Hotel Management

Our Hospitality & Hotel Management major immerses students into this exciting and people-centered career pathway. Students learn about event planning, social media marketing, customer service and sales, banquets and branding from industry professionals who work for one of the largest hotel companies in the world. Opportunities are available to shadow and potentially intern at well-known St. Louis hotels.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    Missouri State University, Dual Credit, up to 6 credits

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

Our HVAC major teaches students to design, install, repair and maintain residential and commercial refrigeration, heating and air conditioning systems. Students will learn blueprint reading, electrical schematics, and operational sequence charts as they progress toward certification.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF SENIOR ENROLLMENT: Minimum of 11 core credits (2.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    American Trade School, 12 hours
  • APPRENTICESHIP CREDIT OFFERED:
    Construction Craft Laborers – credit for 40 hours of apprentice training and 500 hours of on-the-job training
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Home Builders Institute (HBI) – Pre- Apprenticeship Training Core Certification • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10 hour Construction Industry Certification • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – 608, Refrigeration Handling certification

Information Technology

HYBRID 1-YEAR PROGRAM
Students will be introduced to the technology skills required to work in a variety of industries. These skills include the Microsoft Office Suite, keyboarding, data entry and internet safety.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

North Tech’s Hybrid Programs are designed to accommodate a diverse group of learners, and instruction is differentiated to emphasize the strengths of each student. These programs are taught by a Career & Technical Education Certified Teachers with years of industry experience and are ideal for students seeking to explore particular industries in a smaller setting with additional supports that facilitate learning.
  • GRADE LEVEL:
    Junior and Senior Enrollment
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Elective Credits
  • CLASS TIMES:
    11:53 AM to 2:21 PM
Information Technology

Law Enforcement

Our Law Enforcement major takes students through a one year introduction to the Police Academy through an array of training exercises, crime scenarios, self-defense and fitness training. Students will learn conflict mediation and resolution, investigation techniques, and be trained in the use of advanced security related training equipment, including vehicles.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    University of Central Missouri, Dual Credit, 3 hours

Outdoor Construction

HYBRID 1-YEAR PROGRAM
Students will be introduced to safety, building repair, landscaping, grounds care, preventative maintenance, general building upkeep, and problem solving. They will learn to work through problems and identify the best solutions.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

North Tech’s Hybrid Programs are designed to accommodate a diverse group of learners, and instruction is differentiated to emphasize the strengths of each student. These programs are taught by a Career & Technical Education Certified Teachers with years of industry experience and are ideal for students seeking to explore particular industries in a smaller setting with additional supports that facilitate learning.
  • GRADE LEVEL:
    Junior and Senior Enrollment
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Elective Credits
  • CLASS TIMES:
    7:29 AM to 9:56 AM OR 11:53 AM to 2:21 PM
Construction and Outdoor Maintenance

Pharmacy Sciences

Students enrolled in the one-year Pharmacy Sciences program use the same advanced equipment as industry professionals as they perform testing and research drug treatments and interactions. Internships are available during the second semester of the program.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English, 1 must be Science), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives during the Junior or Senior Year
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    PassAssured

Precision Machining

Our Precision Machining major teaches students to invent, design, and manufacture tools and components for a wide range of production needs. Using advanced computer controlled technology, 3D printing, and traditional machining skills, students develop projects designed with MasterCAM software and computer aided design (CAD).
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    31 Math (Machining Math) and 2 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 5 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) – Measurement, Materials & Safety Certification, Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout Certification

Veterinary Assistant

Our Veterinary Assistant major explores the science of veterinary medicine including animal care and training, clinical procedures, medical terminology, grooming, and disease prevention. Students interact daily with a wide variety of animals fostered in our facilities, providing their medical care, while learning from certified professionals.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits 1.5 must be English, 1 must be Algebra), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 5 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification – HTML5 or Software Development

Web & Computer Programming

Our Web and Computer Programming major teaches students how to write and edit source code and applets using several programming languages including HTML and Java. Students will design, create, and maintain software, databases, and web pages while earning certifications.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits 1.5 must be English, 1 must be Algebra), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • ARTICULATING INSTITUTIONS & CREDIT OFFERED:
    St. Louis Community College, 5 credits
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification – HTML5 or Software Development

Welding

Our Welding major trains students to design, engineer, build, and troubleshoot complex metal fabrication challenges. Through high-level training, competitions, and work ethic, students perfect modern welding processes while earning welding certifications.
Program Details

Certifications and Credits

  • PREREQUISITES AT TIME OF JUNIOR ENROLLMENT:
    Minimum of 7 core credits (1.5 must be English), on track to graduate
  • HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT OFFERED:
    3 Electives Junior Year, 3 Electives Senior Year
  • APPRENTICESHIP CREDIT OFFERED:
    Construction Craft Laborers – Credit for 40 hours of Apprentice Training and 500 hours of On-The-Job Training
  • CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED:
    American Welding Society (AWS) – multiple entry-level welding certifications available, S/P2 Safety Certification

Admissions Department

Have questions, not sure which program is for you or do you want to schedule a tour of Tech? Contact one of our Admissions Representatives to assist you through the process.

Cher'ron Jones

Admissions Representative
Jennings, Pattonville, Riverview Gardens, University City

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Rich Kantner

Admissions Representative
Hazelwood, Ritenour

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Omar Perkins

Admissions Representative
Ferguson-Florissant, Normandy

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