Follow the simple steps below to start your professional and educational journey.
In order to successfully apply to Francis Tuttle, follow the instructions under the classification you will be when you begin classes. For example, if you will be a high school sophomore or junior, follow the High School Student instructions. If you will be an adult or postsecondary student, follow the adult/postsecondary instructions.
Complete a high school application and return it to your school counselor by Feb. 14 to receive priority consideration for the following school year. Although applications are accepted throughout the year, enrollment decisions are made in March.
Participate in a personal interview with a Francis Tuttle representative during the months of February and March for priority consideration.
Attend enrollment confirmation night meeting that is held annually, usually at the end of April for the following year for career training programs. Academy applicants confirm enrollment through the letter of intent process.
Applicants must be residents of the Francis Tuttle Tech School District No. 21. Please consult our District map to see if you are eligible.
Residents of the district can complete a high school application and return it to the Career Planning Center by Feb. 14 to receive priority consideration for the following school year. Although applications are accepted throughout the year, enrollment decisions are made in March. Applications and required supplemental items should be returned to the Career Planning Center on the Rockwell Campus.
Participate in a personal interview with a Francis Tuttle representative during the months of February and March for priority consideration for the following school year.
Note: As we continue to monitor and adjust our schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot guarantee immediate placement into a program. There is a waitlist for those who are not immediately placed.
Apply online. Applications are accepted year-round.
Information for adult students on how to apply for our health programs.
Complete the applicable testing requirements as determined by your advisor. This is an ongoing process that has no set deadline.
For inquiries about scholarship opportunities, contact the Financial Aid Office. If applying for federal financial aid, complete the application on paper or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov by April 1, the deadline for priority consideration.
Before you begin classes, make payment arrangements with the Cashier's Office. Payment of tuition or documentation of financial assistance is required.
Before you begin classes, notify your advisor or instructor if you require special accommodation.