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Our Schools

Overview

 

SIATech's network of charter high schools are located across five states. Our schools are located on Job Corps centers, on facilities from Workforce Investment Act (WIA) partners, and others are community-based schools.

The classrooms are state-of-the-art, attractive workplace environments for students to meet for instruction. Every student works at a high-end computer workstation (1:1 student to computer ratio) with high-speed Internet capability and sophisticated software tools to access the curriculum and complete assignments. SIATech classes are individually-paced environments to accommodate a variety of learning styles and speeds. SIATech teachers have subject-specific expertise through education and credentialing, however they are expected to be educational generalists as well since they must integrate quintessential elements of core academics. The Job Corps centers provide classrooms, vocational work areas, cafeterias, dormitories, recreation centers, gymnasiums, and other athletic facilities on extensive campuses.

 

EPA Funds

 

Accreditation


All SIATech schools in Arizona, California, Florida, and New Mexico are currently fully accredited by agencies that are recognized by the US Department of Education.

  • Arizona: The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) accredits the Arizona sites in Phoenix and Tucson.
  • California: All SIATech California sites are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
  • Florida: The Southern Association of Schools and Colleges (SACS CASI) accredits all SIATech Florida sites.
  • New Mexico: The SIATech site in Albuquerque is accredited by the New Mexico Public Education Department and is accredited by NCA CASI.

 

                                   Fred G. Acosta Job Corps Center Building.