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Career and Technical Education

CTE Overview

Career and Technology Education (CTE) is composed of a series of programs which introduce students to real world careers. These courses offer rigorous content, utilize state-of-the-art equipment and technology and engage in hands-on real world projects and activities.

Students who take four courses in a program area are considered “completers” and are eligible to wear a special cord at graduation. Many of these students participate in internships and/or apprenticeships during their capstone course. Some students also earn portable certifications in their program area.


Auto Mechanics Technology
(ASE Certification)

Building Construction Technology
(NCCER Certification)

(Microsoft Office Certification)

Commercial Driving License (CDL)

(Cosmetology State License)

Culinary Arts
(ProStart and ServSafe Certification)

Early Childhood Development
(Adult and Child CPR Certification)

Health Science Technology (Dual Credit)
(Adult and Child CPR Certification, C.N.A, Pharmacy Technology)

Information Technology/PC Repair/ Gaming
(A+) (Dual Credit) (IC3) 

Law, Public Safety and Security (Dual Credit)
(Victim’s Advocate Certification) 

Master Hair Care

Master Hair Care Specialist

PLTW-Pre-Engineering Technology
(Dual Credit)

Small Engine Technology