At Sioux Falls New Technology High School (SFNTHS), we...

  • Respect ourselves, each other and our world
  • Take Responsibility for our words and actions
  • Exhibit Trust by doing what is right in an honest manner
  • Demand Excellence of ourselves and others

Students will be expected to...

  • Take rigorous, college and career preparatory courses in project-based or problem-based learning
  • Respectfully collaborate with peers each day
  • Demonstrate high levels of professionalism, including dressing professionally during presentations
  • Present their learning in front of class, community partners, guests/visitors
  • Complete 40 hours of community service
  • Participate in a professional level internship senior year
  • Explore tuition-free, college-level course opportunities at STI during junior and senior years

 

Tuition-Free courses through STI (only offered to NTH students), State of South Dakota’s Dual Enrollment program ($40 per credit pending legislative approval on on-going basis) Across All Grades - 40 Hours (10 hours per year) Community Service.

Dual Credit Opportunities: Tuition-Free classes at Southeast Technical Institute. Students at New Technology High School can take Tuition-Free credit (both high school and college credit) courses at Southeast Technical Institute. Students are financially responsible for the cost of the textbook associated with the course, but do not have to pay tuition—a savings of about $400 per course. Courses that are guaranteed to transfer to any South Dakota Board of Regents university are: Speech, Composition, College Algebra, General Psychology and Social Problems. Students can take other courses available at STI, but are encouraged to contact the university they want to attend after graduation for credit transfer information.

 

How do I apply?

  1. Complete the application
  2. Come for a Tour

New Student Information

Online Application

Paper Application

Proposed Four Year Course of Study

We offer exciting educational opportunity!

 

Transfer Students

Online Application

Paper Application

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Fax: (605) 367.5852

 

The lottery wait-list is reviewed at the end of each semester to fill any slots that have opened. If your name is drawn from the wait-list, you will receive notification by mail or by phone.