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Polytech courses consist of one or two year programs of study in which students learn the skills that will prepare them for post-secondary educational opportunities or immediate entry into the workforce. Our students work with state-of-the-art equipment and receive hands-on training in a variety of fields. Many of our programs also offer Articulation Agreements with various post-secondary schools enabling students to earn college credits while still in high school. 

All of our shared time programs give students the opportunity to enroll in a Polytech program and also attend their home high school. Programs are scheduled by the student’s home school guidance counselor and transportation is also provided by the home high school. For additional information, please contact the Admissions Department at 908-284-1444 ext 20.


Program Additions for 2017:

There are two exciting programs offered at Hunterdon County Polytech for students starting in 9th grade: Computer Science and Biomedical Science. All middle school students will attend an informational assembly on Friday, October 21
, 2016
 
during the second half of unit lunch and the program brochures are available below.


All 8th graders are eligible to apply to begin either of these programs in September 2017. Those who are accepted to these programs will be bused to Delaware Valley Regional High School (for Computer Science) or North Hunterdon High School (Biomedical Science) for the full day, and will attend their chosen program throughout all four years of high school. 
 

Use these links to learn more about these exciting new programs:
Computer Science Brochure (PDF)
Biomedical Science Brochure (PDF)