Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs are elective courses designed to help students learn valuable skills and knowledge in career paths that fit their educational development plans (EDP) and career goals. Students are encouraged to make a high school plan that integrates required courses with career electives in the areas of Health Care/Medicine, Business Education Technology, Web Design, Business Marketing, Family and Consumer Science courses, Industrial Arts and Technology which includes Graphic Arts, Engineering/Architecture, and Drafting, and Woodworking.
Along with the CTE courses offered, students may also enroll in one of the Community Based Learning (CBL) Programs available. Students may earn credit for real work experiences that coordinates with their career paths and classroom instruction. CBL opportunities include: Co-op, Pre Co-op, and Internship.