P-TECH gives high school students two years of college at no cost

P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) is a new model of education connecting high school, college and the world of work through college and industry partnerships. It’s a model that gives students a high school diploma, plus two years of college during their thirteenth and fourteenth high school years – at no cost to them.  What’s more, it’s a model that’s improving the economic competitiveness of the United States.

Bill Before House and Senate To Make P-TECH a Reality in Colorado

Students of the Innovation Center partner with local robotics company

Creativity, technical expertise, and a youthful perspective- these are the qualities that drew Boulder-based Modular Robotics to team up with students from the SVVSD Innovation Center on their newest robotics product.

The Innovation Center seeks out the best business and development opportunities for its students to provide real-life work experiences in forward-thinking industries. The shared vision of using educational technology to enhance learning made the partnership between the Innovation Center and Modular Robotics a perfect match.

SVVSD's Innovation Center presents at Denver Stock Show

What do eggs and robots have in common? Both are part of an exciting student presentation at the 2015 Denver National Western Stock Show. St Vrain’s Innovation Center and Colorado Egg Producers partnered to develop a new egg presentation that incorporates and highlights the importance of technology in egg production.

“We were looking for an engaging way to set ourselves apart at the stock show and get out our message about egg production,” said Jerry Wilkins from Rocky Mountain Eggs, Inc. and the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP).