The Cooperative Innovative High School (CIHS) Pathway is for students planning to attend small public high schools, located on the campus of an institute of higher education, where students work toward completion of both the high school diploma and an associate’s degree, transferrable credit, or career certificate. The three high schools in Durham Tech’s service area are listed below.
Middle College High School (MCHS) at Durham Tech represents a partnership between the Durham Public Schools, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, and Orange County Public Schools systems, and Durham Tech. MCHS is located on the Durham Tech main campus and is open to qualified high school juniors and seniors who are able to complete honors high school courses while also enrolled in college courses for credit. Students have a variety of degree pathways they can choose from. Learn more about how to apply.
The 2024-2025 school year application will be available online from January 8, 2024 through February 9, 2024 at 5 pm. Attend an Information Session.
College Liaison: William Evans, 919-536-7203, ext. 2
City of Medicine Academy (CMA) represents a partnership between Durham Public Schools and Durham Technical Community College; however, students from other school systems are considered for admission if certain criteria are met. CMA is located across the street from Durham Regional Hospital where its students in grades 9-12 are prepared in a rigorous academic environment and through hands-on health care experiences for demanding careers in various medical communities.
Durham School of Technology (DST) represents a partnership between Durham Public Schools and Durham Technical Community College; however, students from other school systems are considered for admission if certain criteria are met. DST is a rigorous and innovative interdisciplinary (STEM) high school is located on Fayetteville Street.
College Liaison: Korey Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org