Chester County Technical College High School Brandywine Campus
In an effort to provide students in central Chester County the same educational benefits of a dual-enrollment high school as their counterparts in southern Chester County, the Chester County School Authority purchased the buildings located behind the CCIU Educational Service Center in Downingtown as the site of the new Chester County Technical College High School Brandywine Campus. In August 2012, the new facility replaced the Center for Arts & Technology Brandywine Campus for central Chester County students enrolled in career and technical education programs.
The Chester County Technical College High School features three distinct yet interrelated educational programs: traditional high school career and technical programs, traditional college courses, and new dual-enrollment classes that blend high school and for-credit college courses. Each is described below. To download the 2012-2014 TCHS Brandywine Campus course catalog, please click here.
Career & Technical Programs (Secondary)
The Technical College High School provides traditional career and technical training to 600 high school students. In keeping with the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s focus on high-priority occupations for workforce development, the following career programs are offered to secondary students: