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Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs provide students with a foundation for a wide range of careers that reflect the contemporary workplace. 


College and Career Readiness

CTE programs provide quality work-based learning programs, relevant academic skills, and the employability skills and workforce behaviors necessary for postsecondary success and careers.


Work-Based Learning

Enhances business and education partnerships, provides students with opportunities to reinforce skills and behaviors to be effective in the workforce.


Leadership and 21st Century Skills

CTE programs support skills such as communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, entrepreneurship, and leadership through CTSOs.



Youth Apprenticeship 
gives students a chance to discover things they can't learn in a classroom. YA provides students the opportunity to get inside information about the career their interested in, or simply get a taste of what it's really like on the job. 

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CTE Courses gives high school students the chance to get a head start on preparing for college and careers. CTE programs also apply the core concepts subjects like math, science and writing are to real-life situations.  Students may even be able to earn college credit!


Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are key components to strong CTE programs. They allow students to extend learning through innovative programs, business and community partnerships and leadership experiences at the school, state and national levels.

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