Coop Tech has two class sessions: AM (8:30-11:00 AM) and PM (12:20-2:50 PM).
*The class schedule may differ for Coop Tech off-sites.
Coop Tech courses are career specific and skills-based. We cannot pinpoint minimum grade levels. However, all courses involve rigorous academics in addition to hands-on instruction. Students are expected to take standardized industry certification exams.
For more information about a specific course curriculum, we strongly recommend that the applicants, their families and the any high school staff schedule a tour or a virtual info session to ensure that the CTE program meets the individual needs of the applicants.
Yes. Post-graduates may apply to Coop Tech, provided they meet the minimum admission requirements and have not aged out of the DOE.
If post-graduates were students with individualized education plans before they graduated, they will no longer receive the special education supports and services mandated on their IEP. Post-graduates who are not travel trained are responsible for making their own transportation arrangements.
Once an application is processed by Coop Admissions, decision letters (accepted, declined, or wait list) are emailed to the student, parent/guardian, and the guidance counselor/DOE staff (if applicable) who signed the application.
Incomplete applications cannot be processed. Therefore, no decision letters will be sent in case of incomplete applications.
The D75 School is responsible for any IEP mandated supports and services (i.e. individual paraprofessional support, related services, assistive technology, etc.).
D75 Schools sending 4 or more students to Coop Tech are expected to provide programmatic paraprofessional support for the CTE classes.