• Career Technology Education (CTE) provides all students opportunities to explore and enhance possibilities for future education or preparing for a career. Students choose a career path/major and then select courses that correspond to their choice.  A major consists of at least two required units of study in the area plus complementary electives. In order to complete a major, it is recommended that students take two higher level courses within the major. Students who complete three units in a specified area obtain completer status and may qualify for advanced standing when pursuing education beyond high school.


    Students taking CTE courses have the opportunity to participate in CTE Student Organizations such as FFA, DECA, and the Virtual Enterprise Competition Team. Students meeting the requirements, may be invited to join the National Technical Honor Society by being part of the CTE courses.


    Career Majors:

    • Business Information Management

    • Environmental and Natural Resource Management

    • Marketing Communication

    • General Management

    • Operations Management

    • Programming and Software Development

    • Web and Design Communications