Application and Enrollment

The application process for high school programs on Butler Tech campuses begins during your sophomore year. You will have several opportunities to visit our campuses and learn about our programs before submitting your application. There is no cost to apply or attend Butler Tech’s high school programs, although some programs may have fees associated with uniforms and supplies.

Space is limited in our programs, so students are encouraged to apply by our priority deadline of January 31st. Students will have the opportunity to select a first and second choice program of study. Instructors will make their acceptance selections based on interviews with the applicants and their eligibility for the program.

19-20 APPLICATION LEVELS FOR TWO YEAR CAREER TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

Priority Application Status

For students to be eligible for priority application status, they must:

  • Be a current public school sophomore and reside within Butler County or the Northwest Local School District.
  • Have a current transcript from their current school. The transcript must show their status as a 10th-grade student with three completed semesters. In order to be considered for priority consideration, students should be less than two (2) credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit) at the time of interview. Students that are no more than two (2) credits deficient (excluding health and PE) may still apply; this data will be factored into the selection process. Interviews will not be scheduled until a transcript is received and reviewed.
  • Apply by the January 31 priority deadline.
  • At the end of the 18-19 school year, there will be a final transcript check. Accepted students should be less than two (2) credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit); certain exceptions may apply.

*Any non-public student that is a current sophomore and resides within Butler County or the Northwest Local School District can apply for Butler Tech programs if the student abides by the following condition:

  • If a student is accepted into a program, they agree they will be enrolled in a public school no later than August 1, 2019. The public-school transcript must show their status as a rising 11th-grade student with four completed semesters. The student should be less than two (2) credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit); certain exceptions may apply.

Non-Priority Application Status

For students to be eligible for non-priority application status, they must:

  • Be a current public school sophomore and reside outside of Butler County or the Northwest Local School District
  • Have a current transcript from their current school. The transcript must show their status as a 10th-grade student with three completed semesters. The student cannot be two (2) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit) at the time of the interview.
  • Interviews will not be scheduled until a transcript is received and reviewed.
  • Apply after the January 31 priority deadline.
  • At the end of the 18-19 school year, there will be a final transcript check. Accepted students cannot be two (2) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).

*Any non-public student that is a current sophomore and resides outside of Butler County or the Northwest Local School District can apply for Butler Tech programs if the student abides by the following condition:

  • If a student is accepted into a program, they agree they will be enrolled in a public school no later than August 1, 2019. The public-school transcript must show their status as a rising 11th-grade student with four completed semesters. The student cannot be two (2) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).

 

 19-20 APPLICATION LEVELS FOR 10th GRADE ACADEMY

Priority Application Status

For students to be eligible for priority application status, they must:

  • Be a current public school freshman and reside within Butler County or the Northwest Local School District.
  • Have a current transcript from their current school. The transcript must show their status as a 9th-grade student with one completed semester. The student cannot be one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit) at the time of the interview.
  • Interviews will not be scheduled until a transcript is received and reviewed.
  • Apply by the January 31 priority deadline.
  • At the end of the 18-19 school year, there will be a final transcript check. Accepted students cannot be one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).

*Any non-public student that is a current freshman and resides within Butler County or the Northwest Local School District can apply for Butler Tech programs if the student abides by the following condition:

  • If a student is accepted into a program, they agree they will be enrolled in a public school no later than August 1, 2019. The public-school transcript must show their status as a rising 10th-grade student with two completed semesters. The student cannot be more than one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).

Non-Priority Application Status

For students to be eligible for non-priority application status, they must:

  • Be a current public school freshman and reside outside of Butler County or the Northwest Local School District
  • Have a current transcript from their current school. The transcript must show their status as a 9th-grade student with one completed semester. The student cannot be one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit) at the time of the interview. Interviews will not be scheduled until a transcript is received and reviewed.
  • Apply after the January 31 priority deadline.
  • At the end of the 18-19 school year, there will be a final transcript check. Accepted students cannot be one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).

*Any non-public student that is a current freshman and resides within Butler County or the Northwest Local School District can apply for Butler Tech programs if the student abides by the following condition:

  • If a student is accepted into a program, they agree they will be enrolled in a public school no later than August 1, 2019. The public-school transcript must show their status as a rising 10th-grade student with two completed semesters. The student cannot be more than one (1) or more credits deficient (excluding health and PE credit).