Polytechnic High School, or Poly High School, is a common name given to high schools, especially high schools with a focus on applied arts and sciences.
In the United States Polytechnic High School may refer to (by state);
- International Polytechnic High School, in Pomona, California
- John H. Francis Polytechnic High School, in Los Angeles, California
- Long Beach Polytechnic High School, in Long Beach, California
- Polytechnic School, a private college preparatory school in Pasadena, California
- Riverside Polytechnic High School, in Riverside, California
- San Francisco Polytechnic High School, in San Francisco, California
- Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, in Baltimore, Maryland
- Benson Polytechnic High School, in Portland, Oregon
- Polytechnic High School (Fort Worth, Texas)
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