Career & Technical Education

The Career and Technical Education Department is involved in the vocational assessment, training, and placement of students in a CTE program. CareerScope is used in the initial assessment process.

In our Career Readiness course, students will have an opportunity to earn the OSHA 10 Hour Standards of General Industry and Red Cross CPR/AED and First Aid certifications. Additionally, students in our Culinary Arts program can earn ServSafe certifications.

Students have an opportunity to gain hands-on training with industry specific curriculums in one or more of our 25 Career and Technical Education programs.

Media/ Communications

Art and Design

Graphic Arts and Offset Printing

Journalism

Photography

Radio Broadcasting

Video Productions

Service

Barbering

Culinary Arts

Golf Course Management

Retail Services

Agronomy

Golf Course Maintenance

Landscaping

Medical

Dental Assistant

Medical Office Assistant

Opticianry

Technical

Auto Body Repair

Automotive Technology

Building Trades

Masonry

Paint

Residential Carpentry

Small Engine Repair

Turf Equipment Repair

Welding

Maintenance

Indoor/Outdoor Maintenance