Career & Technical Education

  • Sparks fly as a welding student works on a piece of metal.

    Explore a career before entering college, technical school or the workforce.

Area high school students with all interests, talents and abilities can pursue traditional trades, licensed professions, and honors-level and college-level programs. Interested students should work with their home school guidance counselor to apply.

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    “I chose the manufacturing program because I want to avoid college debt and know I can get a good job in the field.”

    Demetreus Stoddard

    Manufacturing and Machining student

Faces of Career & Tech

Entertainment Technology graduate Tyler Blackman, wearing a black jacket, looks down at a sketchbook.

Grad Writes His Own Script

Theater industry connections, gained in our program, point Tyler Blackman to a career in production.

Recent New Visions Health Career graduate Allison Norris stands before a bookcase of medical textbooks and smiles for the camera.

Teen Finds the Right Prescription for Her Future

New Visions grad Allison Norris has set her sights set on becoming an emergency room physician.

Recent New Visions Health Career graduate Allison Norris stands before a bookcase of medical textbooks and smiles for the camera.

Pathways paves the way for this senior

On-time graduation, higher education are now in the cards for Donald Ploof.

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Find out why nearly 1,000 high school students spend their time with us. 

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75%
of our graduates pursue college or technical school degrees.
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95%
of our students graduate on time — well above the 75% state average.
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40 businesses
provide workplace experiences for our career & technical education students.
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18 of the 20
fastest growing occupations within the next decade require technical education. CTE helps students acquire this essential skill set.
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63
college articulation agreements offer students a chance to earn college credit while still in high school.
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6 unique programs
for students with special needs.