Welcome to UCTECH
The Union County Vocational-Technical High School is a four-year, full-time high school dedicated to advancing the learning and well being of all students. The Union County Vocational-Technical High School is committed to ensuring high standards and challenging opportunities to students through the integration of academic and technical training. We also strive to develop self-awareness, confidence, character, sensitivity to the environment and leadership skills. Academic and technical disciplines are fully integrated; students will be consistently be called upon to challenge their levels of learning through assignments and projects requiring application of knowledge across all disciplines.
In addition, UCTECH offers six career academies. Career Academies are distinguished by small cohorts of students, approximately 25 students per academy class, that pursue vocational education within a specific field of growing industry popularity. These Academies are:Academy for Clinical Care SciencesAcademy for Law & JusticeExercise Physiology and Related SciencesSchool of DesignSchool of Sustainable SciencesTeacher Education AcademyFor more information on our full-time admissions application process, please visit the Admissions page.
If you have a complaint that is not settled at the institution's level, please feel free to contact
the Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools at (267)284-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a letter to 3624 Market Street, 2 West, Philadelphia PA 19104
NOTICE OF EVALUATION FOR ACCREDITATION
Union County Vocational-Technical High School
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
is scheduled for an accreditation visit by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Secondary Schools.
The evaluation visit is scheduled for: December 9 - 12, 2019
The Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools accepts comments from members of the institution’s stakeholder community with first-hand information regarding the institution’s compliance with the Middle States Standards for Accreditation for Career and Technical Institutions and will consider such comments when making its accreditation decision.
The Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools’ Standards for Accreditation for Career and Technical Institutions can be viewed at:
To be considered, comments must be in writing, include the printed name, address, and telephone number of the writer, and must be signed by the writer. Anonymous comments will not be considered.
Comments must be received not later than 30 days prior to the first day of the visit by the Visiting Team and must be mailed to:
Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools
3624 Market Street, 2 West
Philadelphia, PA 19104