Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides students opportunities. . .
To develop academic, computer, technical, leadership, and workplace readiness skills.
To earn college credit through dual enrollment courses with two and four-year colleges and universities that will enable them to earn a degree in a shorter period of time.
To earn nationally recognized industry certifications and licensures that will connect them to high-tech, high-paying careers.
To gain work experience in business and industry.
To experience the excitement of participating in programs that combine academic and technical content using a hands-on approach that makes learning relevant and fun
CTE students have multiple paths to successful careers beyond high school . . .
Career and Technical Schools