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STEM Programs

Our programs focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to give students a competitive edge in the industry.

Early College Programs

We offer CE and AP courses, in addition to our unique on-premise Early College program with our partnership with USU.

Outreach Programs

Our mission is to expand the base of talent entering college and STEM careers, specifically for under-represented groups.

College Preparatory

We focus on preparing our students for their future studies.

Welcome to InTech

We pride ourselves in a welcoming community - with lots of mission-related extracurricular activities that keep our students engaged.

FIRST/Vex Robotics

FIRST is a Robotics program that provides students with authentic engineering experiences. It also teaches students teamwork, problem solving, and gives them the ability to make their ideas come to life. While building a robot is the main goal, there are also media and business teams that teach students how to approach businesses for fundraising, plan and organize events, and design t-shirts, buttons posters and websites. In January, a video that describes the competition and all the tasks that the robot has to do is released. From that point, the students have six weeks to design, prototype, build and program a successful robot. We then go to the competition and compete against teams from all over the world.

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Science Fair

InTech conducts a local Intel Science Fair every year. Students select their own projects and complete their project outside of the classroom. Winners of the InTech Science Fair move on to the Ritchey Science Fair, held in Ogden, and are eligible for the Intel International Fair. College scholarships are available to students who successfully compete in the International Fair.

Students can choose to compete in either the science or the engineering section of the fair, depending upon their interests. Pick a topic that interests you, and find out where that curiosity can take you! Whether you are interested in ravioli, computer programming, or Brachiostochrome curves, the Science and Engineering Fair has something for you to discover.

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Technology Student Assocation

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes over 250,000 middle and high school students in approximately 2,000 schools spanning 48 states. InTech's chapter of TSA meets on Wednesdays after school to work on projects and submissions for the various TSA competitions. Students can compete in categories such as animatronics, children's stories, music production, photography, architecture, engineering, fashion design, video production, coding, web services, video game design and more. State competitions are usually in March and national competitions are usually in June. InTech has sent students to the state competition every year with students moving on to nationals most years. Over the course of the year, students in TSA learn leadership, project management, time management, and other skills that will help them throughout their lives.

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Model United Nations

Model UN is an organization for high school and college students intended to generate enthusiasm and participation in world events and issues. School teams are assigned countries by the tournament directors and each country has 6 - 8 different committees that address different topics that are currently being debated at the United Nations in New York. Students represent their assigned country as though they were the actual ambassadors of that country to the United Nations. They present their nation's position on the topics for each of their committees in a moderated debate format., and then work with other countries to pass resolutions and bills out of their committees.

InTech has consistently placed high in the tournaments that it has participated in over the past three years, including the Utah State MUN tournament, where numerous individual and team awards have been won. We had a top 5 placing last year at the state tournament.

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Meet Our Faculty

InTech has an open and inviting environment for our students - and our faculty are a HUGE part of that! Our faculty can be contacted most easily through email, available below.

"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." - Malcolm X

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