• Career and Technical Education


    Career and Technical Education (CTE) is designed for college and career preparatory education and training. A diverse curriculum is offered to prepare students for entry into the workforce or for further study in the postsecondary setting. These pathways link school-based learning with career-related experiences. The CTE programs follow the state-adopted pathways and are representative of the national Career and Technical Educational Model. These clusters include courses that identify academic and technical knowledge and skills needed for students to pursue a wide range of career opportunities. Through partnerships with business and industry and dual enrollment opportunities, students are able to participate in the following career clusters.


    These clusters include:

    • Architecture and Construction (dual enrollment)
    • Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (dual enrollment and workforce partnerships)
    • Arts, A/V
    • Business, Management, and Administration
    • Education and Training (dual enrollment)
    • Finance
    • Health Science
    • Human Services
    • Information Technology
    • Manufacturing (dual enrollment)
    • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
    • Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (dual enrollment and workforce partnerships)


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