Our programs focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to give students a competitive edge in the industry.
Early College Programs
We offer CE and AP courses, in addition to our unique on-premise Early College program with our partnership with USU.
Our mission is to expand the base of talent entering college and STEM careers, specifically for under-represented groups.
We focus on preparing our students for their future studies.
Welcome to InTech
We pride ourselves in a welcoming community - with lots of mission-related extracurricular activities that keep our students engaged.
Meet Our Faculty
InTech has an open and inviting environment for our students - and our faculty are a HUGE part of that! Our faculty can be contacted most easily through email, available below.
Mr. Jason StangerPrincipal
"Where there is no vision, the people perish."
Ms. JaDean FrehnerAdministrative Assistant
"We were born to succeed, not to fail."
-Henry David Thoreau
Ms. Elisha AndersonCounselor
"Not all who wander are lost."
Ms. Diana BroadbentSpecial Education Director
"Don't worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don't even try."
Mr. Jens CK TrauntveinTechnology Director
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire!"
-William Butler Yeats
Mr. Landon AshcroftEngineering Instructor
"Be excellent to each other."
-Bill S. Preston, Esquire
Ms. Tracy DavidsonScience Instructor
"Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true."
Ms. Sharrah EwingPE/Health/Tutorial Instructor
"If you can't fly then run if you can't run then walk if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward."
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Ms. Julisa GonzalesMathematics Instructor firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Joshua KillpackEnglish Instructor
"What comes from the heart goes to the heart."
-Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Mr. Tyler LarsenDigital Technology Instructor
"Impossible is just a word to let people feel good about themselves when they quit."
-Vyse, Skies of Arcadia
Ms. Loren SalvesenMathematics Instructor
"Advice for a Human: 1-Laugh. It suits you. 2-Be curious. Question everything. A present fact is just a future fiction. 3-Don't aim for perfection. Evolution, and life, only happen through mistakes. 4-No one is ever right about anything. Anywhere. 5-It's not you. It's them."
-"The Humans", Matt Haig
Mr. David StullSocial Studies Instructor
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
Latest News from InTech
We LOVE sharing what we do! Take a look at some of the articles we've been involved in!
Spotting a teenage girl in a high school engineering classroom tinkering with a 120-pound robot, milling joints or cutting metal on a lathe doesn’t elicit surprise these days; at least not at InTech Collegiate High School in Logan...Feb 21, 2018
For the second year in a row, InTech Collegiate High School graduated 100% of its seniors. Such an achievement for even a single year is rare for schools/districts, but is even more impressive given that InTech’s curriculum requires that students take multiple college level or STEM-focused courses to graduate...Dec 11, 2017
“Station, this is Houston. Are you ready for the event?” The event, held Friday, May 19, 2017, was a live downlink from the International Space Station (ISS), and the crowd was more than ready to meet the astronauts...May 19, 2017
Senior pranks are a rite of passage. On Thursday morning, InTech students and staff were welcomed by a colorful display of “sticky notes” adorning all the windows on the exterior of the North Logan school...May 19, 2017
If you don’t know what an actuary is, you probably need to meet one of the 45 high schoolers graduating from InTech on Tuesday evening...May 18, 2017
Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox asked students at InTech Collegiate High School what they don’t like about politics...Apr 12, 2017
What Our Students Say About Us
"Because of InTech, I don’t relate to others who lament their high school experiences. When relaying their high school experiences, I’ve heard people complain of teachers who didn’t care, classes that weren’t challenging or interesting, and exclusionary cliques of people who sought to stamp out anyone who didn’t conform to norms. InTech, by contrast, offered teachers who imbued within students an enduring love of education, challenging and rewarding classes that taught us how to learn properly, and a safe, friendly student community. I look back fondly on my years at InTech, and I know that my experiences there have contributed greatly to my future career as an educator."
"InTech facilitates a learning environment that provides challenges and opportunities to succeed. The educators who valued my education and me as an individual helped me gain the best education and furthered my desire to continue my education!"
"InTech was such a perfect fit for me. Studying at InTech opened so many doors and let me grow in ways I wasn't expecting. As a student there I was able to participate in research at Utah State University, and my Junior year I was even able to conduct my own study under a professor. I didn't just grow academically though. Because of InTech's small size I was able to get to know my peers much more than I ever could have at a big high school, that helped me become more confident and comfortable with who I am and what I wanted to be. I was able to grow socially and academically without a fear of being too "nerdy." As a result of this close knit community I was also able to find help in any subject, whenever I wanted. From peer tutoring to one on one help from a teacher after school, InTech is there to help you succeed!"
"InTech was great because it allowed me to take college classes. That allowed me to be better prepared as a college freshman this year... it was a good learning environment that allowed me to network with good people!"
"I think my time at InTech was so helpful because it is such a small school. I feel that I was able to make a difference there, especially in the robotics program. FIRST was especially influential because it helped me learn practical engineering, and understanding the design process from concept all the way through to a completed design. While this may seem pretty basic, I have met way too many engineering students that have no idea of the real world limitations of design and engineering because they have never actually tightened a bolt or made a part on their own, and have no real-world understanding of manufacturing processes or what a 0.004" fit actually means. Because of this experience, FIRST is about the only high school thing that is reasonable to keep on your resume through college, and has given me a real leg up!"
"InTech was always a good thing for me. The culture showed me that a workplace can be not only enjoyable, but fun! It showed just how important friends and compatriots are in any part of life. Just the presence of others going through the same struggles, but not being drowned in a crowd, made InTech the best school I could have possibly attended."