• What is Dual Enrollment Tech Campus at Triton?

    Want to take a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Course class that is not offered at Proviso East High School, Proviso West High School, or Proviso Math and Science Academy? Rising Juniors may have the opportunity to do so at the Triton College Tech Campus. This is a semester-long/year-long commitment that can be repeated as desired. This opportunity is open to rising senior students.


    • You may apply to take one of six CTE classes at the Triton College Tech Campus with a Triton teacher.
    • Your grades are shared with Proviso High Schools to ensure the successful completion of the course (either an A, B, or C).
    • ALL of the tuition and fees are paid by the district upon successful completion of the course.


    The six courses applicable are:

    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
    • Criminal Justice Administration(CJA)
    • Welding
    • Fire Science
    • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
    • Education


  • How to Apply for the Dual Enrollment Tech Campus Program

    Applying for the Dual Enrollment Program is a simple process.

    Dual Enrollment Step 1A

    Dual Enrollment step 2

    Dual Enrollment step 3

    Dual Enrollment step 4

    Dual Enrollment step 5

    Dual Enrollment step 6

    Dual Enrollment Tech Step 7

  • Signing up for the Dual Enrollment program has its perks and benefits:

       • Transferable* college credit earned from an accredited institution (limitations may apply)
       • Reduction of the number of college classes taken after high school graduation
       • Utilization of college resources and services, including the library, computer and academic labs, and tutoring services
       • Participation in college campus activities
       • Access to campus facilities

  • Questions? Contact Dr. Alexander Brandon, District Director of CTE, Early College, and Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit/Dual Degree Programs at (708) 277-6282 or at abrandon@pths209.org.

  • District 209 offers the Career and Technical Education Program, in which admission cannot be denied on the basis of a student's race, color, creed, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or social or economic status.