BCTHS - Bergen County Technical High School, Teterboro Program
Application Deadline is November 30, 2023. No exceptions.
The mission of the Bergen County Technical High School, Teterboro Program is to provide a comprehensive education that develops students as individuals while preparing them for postsecondary education, careers and lifelong learning, so that they may assume roles as active participants of a global community.
Bergen County Technical High School, Teterboro, is a free public magnet high school of choice for Bergen County residents. The school offers college preparatory academics and exceptional technical training in a dynamic learning environment. It has a full-time honors program with nine technical concentrations which include, Aerospace Engineering; Automotive Engineering and Design; Commercial Art and Graphic Design; Computer Science; Culinology®; Digital Media Arts; Fashion Design and Merchandising; Law and Justice; and Strategic Asset Management.
Bergen County Technical School is very proud to offer our students the opportunity to gain college credits prior to graduating from Teterboro. The classes are taught by our faculty members and are accredited by a college or university. Some of our current offerings are:
- Practices of academic Writing
- Women's and Gender Studies
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to the Analysis of Public Policy
- Forsenic Science
- French III
- Spanish III
- Introduction to Cybersecurity
- Introduction to Computing
- Calculus III
- Introduction to Financial Accounting
- The Economics of Personal Finance
- Waves and Modern Physics
- Introduction to Information Technology
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- Anatomy & Physiology
- Calculus Honors
- Global Challenge
- Organic Chemistry
Students who elect to take any of these courses must complete a registration form provided by the college, and are responsible for all associated course fees. Each of these early college courses enables the enrolled students to earn three (3) college credits upon successfully completing the course. As per a variety of agreements with BCTS, each college discounts their cost per credit for these courses at an average rate of 30–50 percent. Credits earned will be directly accepted by the institution issuing the credit. However, all earned credits may not be accepted at alternate universities or colleges. It is the discretion of each institution to accept or deny the credits earned at an alternate college or university.