Information for Students and Parents
County vocational-technical schools offer exciting programs for students with a wide range of interests and abilities. Many are full-time high schools integrating vocational-technical programs with a full range of academic and extra-curricular offerings.
Access to High School Programs
County vocational-technical school programs are offered free of charge to high school students/parents.
Every student has a legal right to apply for admission. If accepted, the local school district is required by law to pay tuition (if applicable) and provide transportation for students attending a county vocational-technical school district (see NJSA 18A:.54-20.1 and NJAC 6A:19-3.1).
County vocational-technical schools host sessions at local schools and at vocational-technical school sites to provide information directly to students and parents. State Board of Education regulations state that county vocational-technical schools have the right to provide information and recruit students in grades 6-12. (NJAC 6A:19-3.1).
If you need more information or want to visit your local county vocational-technical school, contact the county vocational-technical school superintendent.
Please take a moment to review each of the resources below prior to school starting. Parents will receive a letter in the mail containing additional information as well as your student's schedule. If you have questions or concerns please contact the Guidance Department at 609-625-2249.