Parent-Student Information - Overview
Did You Know . . .
Students who earn Career and Technical Education credits tend to
remain in school. In fact, Career and Technical Education students are
three times less likely to drop out of school.
What Are CTE Pathways?
Career and Technical Education provides critical learning and hands-on skills through Pathways within eight Areas of Study. Students who focus on a Pathway acquire the skills necessary for entry into well-paid careers with high potential for rapid financial growth, increased levels of responsibility, and a high degree of personal satisfaction.
- Agriculture Pathways - PDF
- Business Pathways - PDF
- Family & Consumer Science Pathways - PDF
- Health Science Pathways - PDF
- Information Technology Pathways - PDF
- Marketing Pathways - PDF
- Skilled & Technical Sciences Pathways - PDF
- Technology & Engineering Pathways - PDF
What Are Articulation Agreements?
An articulation agreement is an agreement between the high school and a college, university, or technical school that allows high school elective coursework to be accepted for credit, within a specific college major at a specific institution. Students enrolling in high school courses that have been defined by articulation agreements, will have a head start on completing a post-secondary degree. Get more information...
Our vision is to see that every student takes advantage of the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school, understanding that through advanced academic training they will save time and money, which will enable them to quickly earn an industry license or an associate’s degree.
December 10, 2010