This information is for High School applicants. Adult applicants, apply here.

At this time, we are only accepting applicants for 2nd Semester 2020-21 Nurse Aide and Emergency Dispatch. If you are interested in either of these programs, apply now!

 Application for the 2021-22 School Year opens October 27th! 


The following resources are helpful in learning more about Warren Tech.

Talk it out.

  • With your home high school counselor 
  • Your teachers
  • Your family
  • Your friends and peers who attend Warren Tech

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  • Warren Tech applicants are sophomores and juniors, age 16 or older, enrolled in a Jeffco Public School or Platte Canyon, Clear Creek, or Gilpin County Schools. Students attend Warren Tech their junior and/or senior year.
  • Choose an email and password you’ll remember. You’ll use this same email and password to login in April to learn your acceptance status.
  • You can choose your 1st choice and 2nd choice program as the SAME program. In doing so, understand this will be the ONLY program you will be considered for.
  • You can also choose one program as your first choice (morning or afternoon session) and a DIFFERENT program as your second choice (morning or afternoon session. This means you will be considered for two programs.
  • We recommend opting in to text messages so you are alerted to application status updates.
  • Review all of your information before you submit. If your email, name, student ID, phone, etc. aren’t accurate, we won’t be able to contact you about your acceptance.
  • You’ll receive communication from us the week of April 12th, 2021, regarding your application if you apply on or before the priority deadline, February 18th, 2021. (View the complete application timeline here.) Thank you for your patience as we thoughtfully review all applicants.

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Thank you for applying. We wish you the best of luck and hope to see you walk through the doors as a Warren Tech student in 2021-22!

The selection process is a holistic review, which includes the following criteria:

  • Credits earned toward graduation requirements
  • Attendance
  • GPA/Current Grades
  • State Assessment Scores
  • Program prerequisites
  • Behavior