Pathway to FalconTECH provides Timberline PK-8 middle school students with a series of introductory to advanced courses in computer science and workplace learning, mentorship opportunities with Skyline’s FalconTECH students and preferred entrance to the FalconTECH program at Skyline high school upon successful completion of the program
Pathway to FalconTECH offers middle school students at Timberline PK-8 a unique opportunity to engage, explore and excel in computer science and workplace learning to support their future success.
Pathway to FalconTECH focuses on engaging students in computer science and workplace learning skills to advance learning and support future success.
Pathway to FalconTECH Courses include:
- 6th Grade: Introduction to P-TECH
- 7th Grade: Intermediate P-TECH & Workplace Learning
NEW 2022-2023 School year
- 8th Grade: Advanced P-TECH, Advanced Workplace Learning, P-TECH US History
Pathway to FalconTECH students receive multiple mentorship opportunities with Skyline FalconTECH students as well as visits with industry partners.
Timberline PK-8 School and Skyline High School work together to ensure Pathway to FalconTECH coursework and opportunities deliver the skills necessary for students to be successful in the FalconTECH program at Skyline High School.
Timberline PK-8 School and Skyline High School will collaborate on a pathway of courses for middle school students that supports their success in the FalconTECH (P-TECH) program at Skyline High School. Beginning with an introduction to P-TECH in sixth grade, seventh, and eighth grade students may choose to enter the pathway and complete advanced coursework in computer science, workplace learning and P-TECH.
Teachers of Intermediate and Advanced P-TECH and workplace Learning as well as Intro to P-Tech.
P-Tech and STEM program Liaison
Congratulations to the Timberline FalconTECH Candidates. These students are the first to enter the Skyline FalconTECH from the newly established Pathway to FalconTECH program at Timberline PK-8. We had a total of 28 students accepted into the program’s cohort 7 (Class of 2026).