Career and Technical Education (CTE)
All students have the opportunity to enroll in Career and Technical Education courses along with the more traditional core academic courses. Ideally, students create balanced 4-year plans that include the best of both academic and Career and Technical Education classes.Career and Technical Education Courses
The courses are designed to introduce students to technical careers as well as provide skills for employment. It should be understood that these courses might be very academically demanding with two or more years of higher mathematics and science required.
Enrollment in Career and Technical Education courses is open to all qualified students without regard to race, color, creed, religious affiliation, sex, or handicapping conditions. Safety is an important part of elective course work and must be demonstrated before students are allowed to participate in any laboratory experience.
Each student enrolled in a Career and Technical Education course may have the opportunity to participate in a student organization appropriate to the course in which he/she is enrolled, which promotes leadership and job skill training, and provides scholarship opportunities.
Students: Please see your Counselor or Transition Coordinator regarding deadlines.