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...
South Tech Triumphs at FBLA State Competitions

South Tech Triumphs at FBLA State Competitions

Seven members of the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda Chapter from South Technical High School recently traveled to Springfield, MO for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference. This five-day conference, beginning Friday, April 6, featured...

Lily Bedwell Joins Local 396

Lily Bedwell doesn’t shy away from a challenge, so when she was told to shoulder 300 pounds of rebar, she marched right up to the pile and did what needed to be done. “I wasn’t the only one who needed help hoisting it,” she said. Many view Bedwell’s career choice as non-traditional, a term used to describe career paths...
South Tech Welders Triumph at MWI Competitions

South Tech Welders Triumph at MWI Competitions

On January 26th, 2017 students from Mr. Holt’s Welding Program competed in the 8th annual Missouri Welding Institute Vo-Tech welding competition in Nevada, MO. The students were among 182 high school level competitors who participated in a variety of 90-minute long tests. South Tech swept the competition and earned...
Palmer Recognized for Doing the Right Thing

Palmer Recognized for Doing the Right Thing

Mattison Palmer, a Veterinary Assistant major from Mehlville, was recently recognized as one of December’s recipients of the “Do the Right Thing” award. This prestigious honor is bestowed upon young people in the St. Louis region who are nominated due to their exemplary behavior and actions. Bi-State regional police...
Public Safety Programs Unite to Support Backstoppers

Public Safety Programs Unite to Support Backstoppers

December at South Tech began with a battle! The Law Enforcement and Firefighting/EMT students went head to head in a fierce game of flag football during South Tech’s own version of “Guns and Hoses” to support Backstoppers. Guns and Hoses is an annual amateur boxing competition between police departments and fire departments...
A Partnership with an Eye on the Future

A Partnership with an Eye on the Future

The Home Builders Association of St. Louis & Eastern Missouri (HBA), through the launch of their first student chapter, has partnered with North Technical High School in Florissant and South Technical High School in Sunset Hills to enrich the lives of students interested in the trades by offering them first-hand...
Entrepreneur Alex Bird Launching First Invention

Entrepreneur Alex Bird Launching First Invention

Alex Bird, a Webster Groves senior and student in South Tech’s Design & Entrepreneurship program, is likely to have his first product on the market while he’s still in college. The young entrepreneur is currently securing a provisional patent and planning test marketing for his brilliant design, the “Pensory”, a...
Dental Students Give Kids a Smile

Dental Students Give Kids a Smile

Our Dental Sciences students volunteered for the biannual "Give Kids a Smile" dental clinic on October 27th at St. Louis University’s Center for Advanced Dental Education. “Give Kids a Smile” provides full-service dentistry to children in need free of charge. Children received an oral examination, x-rays, cleanings,...
PARIC Joins South Tech as Industry Partner

PARIC Joins South Tech as Industry Partner

South Tech’s Construction Innovations students were treated to a special kick-off to their classes hosted by our newest industry partner, St. Louis’ PARIC Construction. Jeffrey Eye, Manager of Learning and Development for PARIC, and Bill Willman – Superintendent, shared a brief presentation with students about the company’s...

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