What are ARTEC/ARTE I Regional Professional Technical Charter Schools?

Advanced Technical  Programs

ARTEC/ARTE I Regional Professional Technical  Charter Schools  (ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS) offers advanced high-end professional technical programs of  instruction to students in the Magic Valley and Wood River Valley areas. Currently, programs, which offer outstanding career opportunities, are  available in Electronics, Diesel Mechanics, Information Technology, Health Occupations, Automotive Technology, Auto Body, Cabinetry/Millwork,  Residential Construction, Finance and Marketing, and Automated Manufacturing.  Graduates will have the option of applying for jobs in their chosen field and/or  the option of continuing post-secondary education in their chosen field with  college credit already on their transcripts. Graduates will find meaningful  jobs available that provide good beginning pay with opportunities for  advancement.

Partnership with Local School Districts,  College of Southern Idaho, and Others

ARTEC/ARTE I  RPTCS work in collaboration with local school districts, the College of Southern Idaho, private  schools, chambers of commerce, local business and industry, and home schooled  students’ parents to provide advanced technical education to all area high  school age students.  Programs are offered directly on-site in the local area high schools.

Public High School Students, Private School  Students, Home School Students

Area  high school students can take ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS programs as part of their area local  high school program and can receive their local high school credit, College of Southern Idaho college credits, and/or   ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS credits. Private  and area public high school students will receive diplomas from their private  or area public high school and/or from ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS.  Home school students can earn a high school diploma  from ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS by receiving academic  instruction from fully qualified and certificated teachers through Idaho Digital Learning Academy  in cooperation with ARTEC/ARTE I RPTCS.

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