Non-public School Students
Students who live in Berks County and attend parochial schools, private schools or are home-schooled are also welcome to attend BCTC. These students need to contact the superintendent’s office of the school district in which they reside to obtain enrollment procedures. With authorization from their Cyber or Charter School, high school students who attend these schools may apply to BCTC. Those students should contact the Business Manager at BCTC to start the process.
If you are a non-public school student living in one of our 16 sending school districts, we invite you to consider the exciting educational opportunities that await you at Berks Career and Technology Center.
Investigate the broad range of courses that will build your skills and prepare you for a career. Keep in mind that many of our programs will pave the way for post-secondary education that will expand your knowledge and career horizons. If you're looking to combine academics and workplace skills, you owe it to yourself to discover BCTC.
Although you will find much information on this Web site and in our literature, you cannot fully appreciate the quality of our programs and facilities without seeing them for yourself. We invite you to tour our labs and meet our instructors. Come see what makes BCTC one of the premier technical schools in Pennsylvania and why it may be a good choice for you. Non-public school students who attend Berks Career and Technology Center are usually sponsored by the school district in which they reside.
Since there are a limited number of openings each year students should have their application on file at a BCTC campus by the second Friday in December for the next school year. Late applications will be considered on a space available basis.
To schedule a tour, please contact the East Campus in Oley or the West Campus in Leesport at 610-374-4073.