Learn more about Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School at Seminole

  • About

    Pinellas Technical High School (Tech High) Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School at Seminole (Tech High) is for students interested in a challenging high school experience that will prepare them for a career and college. Students at Tech High participate in hands-on activities and collaborate on meaningful projects that train them to be critical thinkers and problem solvers. Students have the opportunity to take advanced level classes, earn industry certifications, participate in internships, and take advantage of college dual enrollment. We offer programs in Nursing, Veterinary Assisting, Marine Mechanics, Building and Construction Design Technology, Electricity, Digital and Graphic Arts, Game and Simulation.

    School Culture

    Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School provides a safe learning environment that encourages students to take risks, challenge themselves and celebrate each other’s successes. Our caring teachers and staff are invested in making sure each student is well prepared for life beyond high school. Our unique campus format allows us to get to know our students individually and help them reach their personal goals.


    Who can attend?

    High school students who reside in Pinellas County may apply.  We accept students entering 9th and 10th grades.


    How to register

    There are no entrance requirements other than the desire to be part of a challenging, rewarding educational experience. See the District Applications Programs website for further information.




    Transportation will be provided for families who live in the Mid County High School application area as defined below. The mid-county high school application area is defined as any student zoned for the 5 mid county high schools.

    Those schools are:

    • Clearwater High School
    • Dixie Hollins High School
    • Largo High School
    • Pinellas Park High School
    • Seminole High School
    • Students not zoned for these schools may be permitted to drive private vehicles or provide their own transportation to and from campus.