About the Chester County Technical College High School
The Chester County Technical College High School is Pennsylvania’s first hybrid career and technical high school/community college. Located in Penn Township in southern Chester County, the high school serves students who reside in southern Chester County. As a public high school, the Technical College High School is free to high school students residing in these public school districts.
To apply online, please click here (preferred method), or download a paper application, or call 610-345-1800. Download the course catalog, or call 610-345-1800.
The Chester County Technical College High School, which opened in September 2008, is a joint venture of the Chester County Intermediate Unit and Delaware County Community College. As such, the Technical College High School offers career and technical programs for high school students; and, Delaware County Community College offers associate degree programs to college students.
The most unique aspect of the school is that it also offers dual-enrollment classes for high school students that blend career and technical programs with associate degree college courses. Students in dual-enrollment programs can graduate from high school with up to 16 college credits.
Chester County Technical College programs of study:
The Technical College High School serves students in grades 9-12 from Avon Grove, Kennett-Consolidated, Octorara Area, Oxford Area and Unionville-Chadds Ford School Districts.
Delaware County Community College offers college courses to adults throughout the region.
If you are a prospective college student, please visit Delaware County Community College's Web site.