• SOUTH TECH ADMISSIONS

    School Admissions

Admissions Representatives

Our Admissions Representatives are here to help inform, recruit, and enroll new students into the wide variety of programs offered at South Tech.

Chantal Chandler

Chantal Chandler

Schools Served

Affton, Bayless, Brentwood, Hancock, Kirkwood, Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Oakville, Webster Groves

314-989-7450

Katie Miller

Katie Miller

Schools Served

Clayton, Fernridge, Ladue, Mehlville, Neuwoehner, Parkway Central, Parkway North, Parkway South, Parkway West, Southview

314-989-7472

Alisha Scholer

Alisha Scholer

Schools Served

Eureka, Lafayette, Lindbergh, Marquette, Rockwood Summit, Valley Park

314-989-7451

Admissions Information Request

Admissions Application

Admissions Criteria

Some programs have extra criteria to meet in addition to those listed below.
Current 9th Grade Applicants
To Be a Partial-Day Sophomore
Current 10th Grade Applicants
To Be a Partial-Day Junior
Current 11th Grade Applicants
To Be a Partial-Day Senior
Minimum Core Credits Required at Time of Application Prior to Dec. 15th NA 3 Core of which 0.5 is Comm Arts 7 Core of which 1.5 is Comm Arts
Minimum Core Credits Required at Time of Application Dec. 16th to May 15th 1.5 Core 5 Core of which 1.0 is Comm Arts 9.5 Core of which 2.0 is Comm Arts
Minimum Core Credits Required at Time of Enrollment 3 Core of which 1 is Comm Arts 7 Core of which 1.5 is Comm Arts 11 Core of which 2.5 is Comm Arts
Maximum Age 17 19 20

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Apply?

Complete an application online or fill out a paper application and submit it through your high school’s guidance office. Meet with your school’s admission representative to complete the application process.

Who Can Apply to Tech?

All students attending St. Louis County high schools can apply to Tech. County residents who are home schooling or attending private schools are also eligible to apply.

When Should I Apply?

Students planning to attend Tech in the fall of their junior year can begin applying as early as the beginning of their sophomore year. Acceptance rounds begin in late fall and continue throughout the school year.

It is important to apply early because some programs will fill as early as January. Students are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as they have decided they want to attend tech.

Is There a Tuition Cost?

No, Tech is free for eligible applicants.

When Will I Know If I Am Accepted?

After each acceptance round, South Tech will notify students, parents, and sending school counselors if they were accepted. Eligible applications remain in consideration throughout the school year and will be considered during each round. Applications are accepted in order of rubric score.
If a program fills, all remaining eligible applicants are put on a waiting list. Waiting lists will be consulted every time a vacancy arises. Wait list students will continue to be offered spots throughout the summer and into the first few days of the school year.

Do I Earn High School or College Credit?

Yes, our Tech majors earn 1.5 high school credits per semester. Most majors offer elective credit, but some also have academic credits incorporated. Both a student’s earned credit and grade are sent to their home high school and included in their transcript and GPA.
Most Tech majors also offer articulated college credit and/or dual college credit opportunities.

Where Can I Get More Information?

Details about all of our programs are available here on our website, you can view them all here. Or call 314-989-8521 for additional information.

Admissions Calendar

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