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Pathways in Technology Early College High School

  • P-TECH

    Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) are innovative open-enrollment high schools that allow students an opportunity to receive an associate degree and/or industry-based certificate as well as a high school diploma.

    Applications open on JANUARY 30th! We are currently accepting students for Connally High School's CIT Academy and Weiss High School's Pfuture Teachers Academy. Click the link below to apply to P-TECH today!

    PfISD P-TECH Academies Application 

    Application deadline: April 15, 2024

    Want to learn more about the P-TECH academies?

    Join one of the upcoming Zoom info and Q/A sessions -

    February 12, 2024 6:30 p.m. https://pfisd-net.zoom.us/j/96834676025 Password: ptech24

    March 27, 2024 6:30 p.m. (link coming soon)

    Vision: PfISD P-TECH Academies will provide academic and work-based learning with whole student support so all students find their postsecondary success.

    Mission: The mission of PfISD P-TECH Academies is to empower students to complete post-secondary and industry-based credentials through an academic and work-based educational experience that leads to success in high-demand fields, in partnership with institutes of higher learning and industry professionals. 

    Learn more about Connally HS and Weiss HS PTECH programs by clicking the buttons below or on the campus websites under Programs.


     CIT                    Pfteachers  


  • Congratulations to the P-TECH CIT (Cybersecurity) Academy at Connally High School!

    Pflugerville Education Foundation awarded an innovative grant for $2,500 to support transportation costs for students to visit the college campus for instruction and support in their dual credit classes in 2024-2025.

PEF Grant Award Picture