Harford Technical High School

Harford Technical High School (HTHS) is a four-year vocational/technical public high school in Bel Air in Harford County, Maryland, United States. The school is located near the center of the county across the street from Harford Community College and next to the John Archer School.

The school was opened in 1978 as a vocational and technical school. Students in Harford County must apply to go to Harford Tech. Once entering the school, the students focus on a trade from one of the following: Construction, Manufacturing, Automotives, Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD), Food Preparation, Cosmetology, Agri-business and Animal Science, Communications, Floral Design, Landscape Architecture and Management, Printing and Graphic Arts, or one of the two Health Occupations programs: Nursing Assistant or Sports Technician (S.T.E.S.).

Harford Tech is widely known as having the highest graduation rate in all of Harford County. It also has the highest attendance rate among all of the high schools in Harford County.

The school has changed its name since the school was founded. It was once called "Harford Vocational Technical High School" or "Harford VoTech".

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