Automotive Technology


Web Development & Design


Commercial Art


Engineering & Machining Design


Welding Technology


Collision Repair Technology


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Important Update: Updated Health and Safety Plan (2/9/22)

Graduation 2022

Congratulations to the class of 2022! Please join us in celebrating this year’s graduating class through the Live Streamed Graduation Ceremony link.

Graduates: If you took a graduation photo after the ceremony, you can find your graduation picture here: 2022 Graduation Photos

You must use your dc-tech Google email to access the folder. Please see “Senior List Photos” to identify your number. Download your photo before June 30, 2022, when dc-tech Google emails will be deactivated.

Graduation Cap
Dauphin County Technical School is a full-time, comprehensive public career and technical high school serving 11 high schools in the Central Dauphin, Derry Township, Halifax Area, Harrisburg, Lower Dauphin, Middletown Area, Millersburg Area, Steelton-Highspire, Susquehanna Township, and Upper Dauphin School Districts. At DCTech, we believe in educating the whole student by focusing on both the student’s academic and career preparation. DCTS is proud to offer 24 programs of study in the schools of :

-Construction & Manufacturing
-Visual Arts & Information Technology
-Health Sciences & Public Services

In addition to a career and technical education (CTE), students at Dauphin County Technical School take their academic classes. We offer both Advanced Placement (AP) and College in the High School dual-enrollment programs through Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC).

DCTS is proud to offer 16 Adult Education courses to adults seeking to learn new skills in order to improve their lives at home, in jobs, or through personal growth and enrichment. Evening classes are available to those who work during the day. Adult Day Programs or Intergenerational Learners are available for certain classes, depending on class availability.

Safe2Say Something

Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late.

Safe to Say