(Advanced Regional Technical Education Coalition)

Regional Professional
Technical Charter  School Website!

ARTEC Regional Professional Technical Charter School (ARTEC RPTCS) is a regional professional-technical charter school for students in grades 9-12. It is available to public high school students, private high school students and home school students in South Central Idaho.  Live classroom instruction, online courses, dual concurrent credit and Tech Prep courses are offered.  To enroll in the Charter School, contact the Administration listed.

The Cassia Regional Technical Center’s robotics team continue to garner honors.  They are now preparing to compete in Louisville, Kentucky in this year’s World Championship after winning nine out of nine competitions including the state championship.  Each year the type of robot and task changes.  This year’s challenge is to build a remote robot that picks up cubes and sets them on a pike.  An example of their expertise can be found in the following video:


Congratulations Lorraine and Carrie!!!!The Finance Academy program at Twin Falls High School has been named the national Career Technical Education Consortium high school program for the month of September. 

The Twin Falls Information Technology program became the first IT program in the state to be accepted into the Advanced Placement programs.  Students can earn AP credits while taking advanced IT courses.  In addition, three advanced IT classes are broadcast to interested students around the state on the Idaho Education Network.

The Buhl Automotive Technology students are assisting Care Convey by doing all the needed repair work on donated firetruck  which will go to Lebaron, Mexico in the spring.   Lebaron is a small rural community which has primitive emergency services.  The Kimberly Information Technology program is assisting in the process by preparing a video as well.