Students completing a CTE program receive intensive career specific skill training that may include on the job experience, mentoring from individuals in the field, industry certifications and licensures, and apprenticeship training. Specific benefits are included for each program in the individual program descriptions.
CTE offers programs from many different career fields such as finance and marketing, welding, working with automobiles, careers in construction, nursing and health services, computer training, architecture and engineering, cosmetology, and law enforcement.
You can take as many as can fit into your schedule.
Some classes are worth 1 credit while others are worth 2. You will have to check with your guidance counselor.
CTE classes are designed to prepare you for the workforce. With that in mind, some courses are offered as dual-credit classes. That means you can take a class at a college and get credit at both your high school and the college. You will have to check with your guidance counselor for a list of classes.
You can find information about CTE on our website or from your guidance counselor.