Technology High School

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Basic Information

Address: 1801 East Cotati Avenue Rohnert Park, CA
County: Sonoma
School District: Cotati Rohnert Park Unified
Phone Number: 707-792-4825
Fax Number: 707-792-4727
Principal: Robert Steffen

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Additional Information

School Type: Public, Magnet High School
Accreditation: Western Association of Schools and Colleges; 2013 - 2019
NCES District ID: 060994010688
NCES School ID: 60
State District ID: 0609940
State School ID: 053849
Founded: 1999
Ages/Grades: Grade 9 - 12
School Setting:

Technology High School is located on the beautiful campus of Sonoma State University. The University campus borders the neighboring cities of Rohnert Park and Cotati, in Sonoma County, California.

School Schedule (Hours in Day): 8:00 A.M - 3:15 P.M.
School Days in Calendar Year: 180 Days
School Colors: Royal Blue & White
School Mascot: Titans
School Holidays: Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving week, Winter (2 weeks), Spring (1 week), MLK & Presidents Day (3 days), Memorial Day.
School Size: 90 students per grade level; 360 total students
Classroom Size: Varies by subject and student stations.
Student/Teacher Ratio: 30:1

Science & Engineering; Mathematics; History & Social Science; English; Spanish.


Technology High School offers a challenging, comprehensive, college-preparatory high school program highlighting an innovative science, engineering, and mathematics curriculum. This is guided by the California Common Core Standards and our Integrated Science & Engineering Model. Interdisciplinary projects are also assigned through English, art, and social studies. This unique approach to integrated curriculum provides opportunities for powerful teaching and learning. Project-based learning (PBL) is a model for classroom activity that emphasizes learning activities that are long-term, interdisciplinary, student-centered, and integrated with real world issues and practices. Projects at Technology High School range from computer-based to those built in our shop and at home. Many of the projects require students work together
collaboratively to solve problems.

School Performance: In 2002, Technology High School became a member of the New Technology Foundation, headquartered in Napa, California and funded through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The school has
Percentage of Graduating Class: 100%
Support Services:

District provides support for students having an Individual Education Plan as well s for students having an English Learner Plan.

After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

1:1 including 'bring your own device'; Wifi supported.

School Championships:

This is our third year of Interscholastic Athletics. To date,we have one Cross Country title.

School Clubs:

Robotics; National Honor Society; Gay-Straight Alliance; Interact; Speech & Debate, Future Business Leaders of America.

Awards & Recognition: In 2013, Technology High School was awarded a Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Six-Year Accreditation. The school has earned recognition as a California Distinguished High School in 2005, 2009 and 2013. In 2014, Technology High is one of two Sonoma County high schools ranked in the top 100 in California.
Parking Spaces/Availability:

College Campus Parking Permit required.

Admissions Deadline: February of each year (later admissions accepted with space available)
Mission Statement:

Technology high School seeks to develop the talents of motivated students to become thoughtful and productive members of an increasingly global and 21st Century technological society. Technology High School offers a rigorous and innovative college-preparatory curriculum to ensure that, upon graduation, all students are indeed prepared for college and/or career.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

The Technology High School Expected School-wide Learning Outcomes, including Personal Integrity, Effective Communication, Citizenship and Global Responsibility, Critical Thinking, and Reflective Learning, are learning outcomes that provide the foundation for positive student behavior and are integrated throughout the school environment.

School History:

Technology High School was founded in 1999 as a program on the school district's comprehensive high school campus. In 2004 the school relocated onto the campus of Sonoma State University to operate as a public magnet high school focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.