PARIC Kicks Off with Construction Courses

PARIC Kicks Off with Construction Courses

PARIC Corporation visited South Tech this week to distribute safety equipment to all of our new construction students and share information about their partnership with our school. PARIC is supporting our programs for the second year, having worked with students throughout 2017 and 2018. Jeffrey Eye, Manager of Learning...
Online Registration Now Open

Registration & Transportation Info

Complete your required start of school paperwork online through the SIS Parent Portal. Also, if your high school is not in session on South Tech's first day of school on August 13th please click here to view your special bus routing information. Click Here to Watch the Training Video This year Special School District...
Welding Program Earns Emerson Grant

Welding Program Earns Emerson Grant

When it comes to welding technical education to lifelong careers, it’s hard to find anyone more qualified than Mr. Adam Holt, Welding instructor and Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award winner. Mr. Holt and his South Tech class were presented with the $5,000 award by Emerson’s Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility,...
Auto Body Cruises STL Shops

Auto Body Cruises STL Shops

Auto Body students were given a 4 shop tour of St. Louis last month which included a visit to the Classic Car Studio (CCS), the filming location of the program "Speed is the New Black" which airs on Velocity.  Owner of CCS, Noah Alexander, showed the students around the entire shop and allowed them to get up close views...
Competition in a Box Hosted by HBA

Competition in a Box Hosted by HBA

On Thursday, April 26, students from North and South Tech  Home Builders Association of Greater St. Louis (HBA) student chapter competed in “Competition in a Box,” a one-day event designed to introduce students to the home building industry. The event was held at Payne Family Homes and included opportunities to network...
50 Years of Serving St. Louis County Students

50 Years of Serving St. Louis County Students

On September 5, 1967, South Tech welcomed its first class of 400 students to campus on West Watson Road in Sunset Hills.  The Special School District Board of Education stated a simple, but challenging goal for their newly established Technical Division:  “make available to the youth and adults of St. Louis County a...
Machinists Gear Up for BotsSTL

Machinists Gear Up for BotsSTL

Fast Cheese is still under construction, but will soon be ready to destroy! Precision Machining juniors Lili Rodriguez, Lauryn Giesler, and Matthew Haugsness are hard at work preparing their bot, named Fast Cheese, for competition in BotsSTL on April 21 at Ft. Zumwalt South High School. BotSTL is a program to boost...
South Tech Sweep at State SkillsUSA Competitions!

South Tech Sweep at State SkillsUSA Competitions!

South Tech students excelled in this week's SkillsUSA competitions held in Jefferson City, Columbia, and Linn, MO, bringing home 39 medals. Several students, including five who competed nationally last year, are eligible to advance to the national competitions which will be held in Louisville, KY in June. SkillsUSA sponsor,...
Industries Seeking South Tech Talent

Industries Seeking South Tech Talent

Our Construction Innovations and Welding juniors are being sought by area employers. Representatives from several St. Louis construction-related contracting and design firms presented to our students last week and shared comprehensive presentations about the opportunities available. Industry partners in attendance were...
South Tech Students Win 22 Medals in SkillsUSA District Competitions

South Tech Earns 56 SkillsUSA Leadership and Technical Medals

South Tech students participated in the SkillsUSA Leadership and Technical Test contests last week and brought back another 56 medals.  Now that district-level contests are complete, state contest participants will be announced soon. Congratulations to this dedicated group of competitors! Leadership Contest Results STUDENT CONTEST PLACE Amanda...
Students Visit World Wide Technology for STEM Forum

Students Visit World Wide Technology for STEM Forum

On January 11, 2018, students from the ITG, Web and Computer Programming, and Cisco Networking classes were selected to participate in the 3rd Annual World Wide Technology (WWT) STEM Forum. The forum focuses on educating High School students on the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Approximately...
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