Prospective students, their families and members of the community can tour the school’s extensive applied-science technology labs where unmanned aerial vehicles and competitive programmed robots will be featured. Laboratory science displays and engineering demonstrations will also be available for viewing.
“We understand that choosing a high school is not an easy process,” said Rudy Herrera, the school’s Director of Admissions. “Events like this expose prospective students to the exciting things a technology-based high school has to offer. If a student is thinking about becoming a doctor, engineer, architect or working in one of the emerging green technologies, Bosco Tech should be a school on his list.”
A Catholic Mass will precede the Open House in the school’s Fr. Felix Penna chapel at 9:30 a.m. During the service, the current freshman class will receive their class ties, presented by the school’s alumni association. The association will host a breakfast for all returning alumni following the Mass.
Bosco Tech is California’s only Catholic high school with an integrated applied science and engineering program, uniquely blending a college-preparatory course load with a comprehensive, four-year, project-based science and technology program. The curriculum allows students to exceed university admission requirements while completing extensive integrated coursework in one of several engineering-
For further information about Bosco Tech, call (626) 940-2000 or visit www.boscotech.edu.