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South Burlington High School Program of Studies 2009

South Burlington High School Program of Studies 2009

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South Burlington High School PRogram of Studies -- 2009
South Burlington High School PRogram of Studies -- 2009

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The Burlington Technical Center offers high school juniors and seniors
the opportunity to develop the technical, academic and employability
skills needed to start careers either through employment after high
school or by continuing on to college. BTC partners with area
businesses and organizations to provide career exploration and develop
technical and employability skills through job shadows, internships or
paid work experiences.

Students attend the Burlington Technical Center for 2 hours and 15

minutes, either in the morning or the afternoon, and may earn a total of

3 credits each year toward graduation. They are able to return to their

home schools for other academic courses. BTC programs are designed
to be completed in two years, although some students attend for one year

to begin an introduction to a career feld. Qualifed students may earn

college credits from a number of post-secondary institutions including
Community College of Vermont, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,
Lyndon State College, New Hampshire Technical College, Vermont

Technical College and the University of Northwestern Ohio. Visit the

BTC web site at www.burlingtontech.org for additional information and

consult your school counselor to see how a BTC program can ft into

your schedule.

Students from South Burlington High School who wish to enroll in a
technical program may do so at either the Burlington Technical Center
or Center for Technology, Essex depending on the chosen course.
The tuition is paid for by the City of South Burlington and The State
Department of Education. These programs are open to juniors and
seniors with the exception of the Essex Pre-Tech Program which is
open to sophomores.
Completion of a full program (2 years at BTC)

may result in an equivalency credit being given in Social Studies,
English, Fine Arts, Math, or Science (See course description for details.).

Construction II


Welding/Metal Fabrication I


Welding/Metal Fabrication II [MA]

[MA] = Embedded MathCredit [SC] = Embedded Science Credit



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