Southwest Tech Courses for High School Students

IRON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southwest Tech Course Options for ICSD High School Students

2019-2020 Courses for Iron County School District

EXTERNAL FEES FOR HS COURSES (TEXTBOOKS & EXAM FEES)

Transfer Agreements (HS to Southwest Tech)

Scholarships for High School Students

For FAFSA requirement, simply attach a document stating “still in high school.”

High School Course Overview videos

Introduction to Health Sciences
Nursing Assistant
Introduction to Clinical Lab
Phlebotomy
Medical Terminology
Culinary Arts
Anatomy/Physiology & Lab Procedures
Medical Anatomy & Physiology
Medical Clinical Assistant
Emergency Medical Responder
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic
Software Development
Computer Science - Information Technology
Introduction to Automotive
Automotive Engine Performance 1
Advanced Auto Mechanics
Introduction to Welding
Advanced Welding
Industrial Robotics and Manufacturing
Manufacturing Principles/Sheet metal (Utah Aerospace Pathway)
Utah Aerospace Pathway - KSL Video Highlight

Beaver, Garfield, & Kane Counties

Southwest Tech Course Options for Beaver, Garfield, & Kane County School Districts

2019-2020 Distance Ed Courses

Advanced Programming Cohort & Application (Due May 1, 2019)

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2018-2019 School Year Information

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Concurrent Enrollment Courses (Quick Overview)

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High School Course Descriptions

Detailed description of each course, including course numbers, prerequisites, and times the courses are held.

High School Course Schedule (2018-2019)

Please visit or call Southwest Tech Student Services for additional details at 435.586.2899

WHAT IS CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)?

The mission of CTE is to provide all students with a seamless education system, from public education to postsecondary education, driven by a College and Career Ready Plan, through competency-based instruction, culminating in essential life skills, certified occupational skills, and meaningful employment. CTE prepares students for careers that are most in demand and that are part of the economic development of the state. Southwest Tech provides supplemental and advanced level career skill courses to high school students – tuition free.