If I had to go to a tech school though, I would go to the School of Automotive Machinists (SAM). They get down and dirty with cylinder head porting and engine building focused on race engines. If I did that, I'd be looking at getting a job with one of the large NHRA race teams that do their own engine development.
Just to add: The SAM (in Houston area) school won the Engine Masters Challenge this year. Hands on real life engine development in the high performance market. The school runs a drag car as well. I noticed two young men with SAM shirts in our TAD pits at the NHRA Houston Regional race. I pulled them aside and congratulated them on the Engine Masters Challenge win. Turns out both of them were involved with the program and went to the challenge. I was impressed with the school experiences they shared.