Heartland Technical AcademySchool in Decatur, Illinois
Heartland Technical Academy's enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year is currently open. Applications are accepted for high school students who will be at a Junior or Senior standing upon the start of the 2018-2019 school year. Students who are interested in attending a HTA Program are encouraged to meet with their high school counselor. Counselors have been provided 2018-2019 HTA Applications and will be able to provide information on enrollment procedures and prerequisites for Tech programs. For detailed information on Tech Academy programs available to students please visit http://www.tech-academy.org/
Heartland Technical Academy will be closed November 22-24 for Thanksgiving Break. Some Tech programs taught by RCC instructors will meet on Wednesday, November 22. Those programs include Accounting, Engineering Technology, Drafting, and Fire Science.
Don't forget to visit us tomorrow night at the Shilling Center in Richland starting at 5PM for our Open House. Meet the teachers, tour the facilities and learn more about the programs for all area juniors and seniors. We hope to see you all there tomorrow!
The digital business class took today to have fun with cameras and go on a photo shoot across campus. Check out this video and see all the good shots that were taken today.
See what Heatland Technical Academy has to offer for you. If you or a family member is thinking about taking classes at Heartland Technical Academy, come out to Shilling Center at Richland Community College and meet the teachers, learn about all the programs and have a tour of our facilities.
During the half day last week Early Childhood Education worked on communication through play. Here is a video of some of the fun they had that day.
Learn more about our Welding Program and the opportunities within with this short video.
A really interesting article about the need for skilled workers.
There are an estimated 30 million jobs that pay at least $55,000 per year and don’t require a bachelor’s degree. (via The Hechinger Report)