Bend Tech Academy at Marshall High School
Bend Tech Academy at Marshall High School is one of the premier choice-option high schools in the Bend-La Pine School District. Our enrollment is based on a lottery system in which students apply to attend and are selected from the lottery pool in spring. If we are not at our maximum number of enrolled students (200) the application will remain open and students may apply at any time/transfer from other schools.
Bend Tech Academy follows the National Standards of Practice from the National Career Academy Coalition. This means that we focus on ensuring every student is Future Ready and prepared for both college and career success. We connect students with teachers, peers, and community partners to give them a variety of learning opportunities, high engagement experiences, and an opportunity to build lasting relationships. At BTA we focus on:
Please take a moment to view our most current Bend Tech Academy brochure!
"I chose BTA because it is so engaging and it gets me ahead in the career field that I want to be in. Every week we do something different that helps me explore more into the career path I’ve chosen."
- Ella, Class of 2024
Bend Tech Academy is doing big things and our local news entities have noticed! Check out the articles linked below to see all of our newsworthy happenings at BTA!
CURRENT 2020-2021 School Year
The High School Choice Options Interest List for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year is OPEN. For more information please visit our Choice Options Website.
The direct link to the interest form is HERE.
Families are encouraged to stay up to date with Bend-La Pine Schools communication by visiting the Return to School website.
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