Career and Technology Education (CATE) offers students the opportunity to become a completer of a major by completing four courses in a given area. CATE courses not only serve as elective courses for students, but offers a look into the real world of careers! Students taking CATE courses have the opportunity to participate in CATE Student Organizations such as FFA, DECA, the Virtual Enterprise Competition Team, and HOSA. Students meeting the requirements, may be invited to join the National Technical Honor Society by being part of the CATE courses.

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    Mr. Keith Daniels, Business Teacher

    Virtual Enterprise 1 & 2

    Virtual Enterprise Honors 3 & 4

    Game Design

    Advisor: Virtual Enterprise Competition Team


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    Ms. Natasha McKinnon, Business Teacher


    Digital Media Marketing

    Social Media in Business

    Professional & Leadership Development

    Advisor: DECA

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    Mrs. Treva Johnson, Business Teacher

    Integrated Business Apps 1

    Exploring Computer Science

    Web Page Design 1

    Computer Forensics

    Advisor: DECA, Sophisticated Ladies

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    Mrs. Ginger Thompson, Health Science

    Health Science 1, 2, and 3

    Sports Medicine 1 and 2

    Advisor: HOSA 

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    Mr. Nate Bellamy, Ag Science Teacher

    Ag Science Technology

    Sports Turf Management

    Ag Business & Marketing

    Turf & Lawn Management

    Advisor: FFA, Robotics, National Technical Honor Society


    Mr. Dan Dittmeier, Business Teacher

    Exploring Computer Science

    Google Applications