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Welcome to Rosebud-Lott’s

Pathways to Technology Early College High School Page


Rosebud-Lott High School has been awarded the P-Tech Planning and Implementation Grant for 2021-2023. Rosebud-Lott ISD with its partners, Texas State Technical College and Butler Weldments, along with support from the Texas Education Agency will design and offer an early college program that will prepare Rosebud-Lott students for careers in the fields of welding and cyber security.

Mission: To create a bridge form high school to career success for all students – through a free, early-college assciate degree program that builds skills and offers career experiences in Welding and Cyber Security


Vision: To become the school of choice in Central Texas. Student Welding


The first year of the P-TECH program (2021-2022) is the planning phase. In this phase, Rosebud-Lott ISD will work to create program policies, develop rigorous courses, establish partnerships, and upgrade facilities and equipment to offer P-TECH students college-level courses directed toward careers in welding and cybersecurity. Starting in school year 2022-2023, students will earn college credit toward an industry-recognized associate degree and recieve hands-on work experience in a field of study tied to in-demand occupations for our region.


The P-TECH program is offered at absolutely no cost to the students. 


If you would like to learn more about P-Tech programs such as ours,

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Rosebud-Lott ISD will continue to keep you informed about our P-TECH program through this website. If you would like more information, contact Shanna Howell at 


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