Bend Tech Academy at Marshall High School

School Information

The 2020-2021 High School Choice Options Interest List Application is OPEN. For more information please visit our Choice Options Webpage.

The direct link to the interest form is HERE.


Future Readiness through programs of study, community partnerships, and career development

BTA offers four CTE academy pathways for students to explore, with a focus on allowing students to pursue their passions in career and tech fields within a small school environment. The CTE pathways include Engineering/STEM, Construction, Business Leadership, and Medical/Health. In addition to this academy structure, we offer rigorous and transformative curriculum in both engineering and science from Project Lead the Way, college and career ready CTE curriculum from Paxton Patterson, and a robust college and career readiness program to ensure postsecondary success through initiatives like AVID, Oregon Gear UP, Aspire, and ECMC. Our School to Career office works hand in hand with our academies to bring in community partners to develop success skills and introduce internships and real world projects to the learning.

Early College Coursework

Opportunities exist to articulate for college credit in all CTE academies, and students may enroll as juniors and seniors of good standing in the district COCC Expanded Options programs as well. Advanced placement courses in science, language arts, and social studies are currently being developed. Advanced math classes for dual college credit (such as Math 105 and Math 111) are also available on campus.

CTE Academy Structure

BTA CTE Academy Brochure

Enrollment Information

2020-21 School Year

Interested in enrolling? If you are a BLPS student, please connect with the counselor at your school and start the conversation there.

If you are out-of-district, please contact the school directly:

Renee McCoy

Start and Release Times

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
9:00 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

9:00 a.m. to 1:40 p.m.
(early release for teacher training and professional development)


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