Career Technical Education Pathways
Students participating in our CTE Pathways graduate with experience and credentials in technical and professional level careers. This program requires students to complete CTE courses and general education curriculum, as well as receive passing scores on Web Exam assessment.
The CTE Business and Administrative Services pathway follows the Career Field Technical Content Standards and includes content that crosses all pathways of the career field. The Business and Administrative courses and instruction we provide prepare students to pass industry assessments and credentials and lead to specialization in one of the career pathways: Administrative and Professional Support, Legal Management and Support, Medical Management and Support, and Management.
The CTE Manufacturing pathway follows Engineering and Science Technologies and Manufacturing Technologies Career Field Content Standards and includes content that crosses all pathways of the career field. The Manufacturing courses and instruction we provide prepare students to pass industry assessments and credentials and lead to Technical and professional level careers in planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities.
We have established a partnership with Early College Early Career to provide work based learning experience for students in the manufacturing pathway. Students will participate in a paid internship with a local manufacturer that trains them on useful skills (such as CNC machining and welding) and helps them develop critical thinking, a strong work ethic, and teamwork as a part of the Manufacturing Pathway