In partnership with the community, Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides students with real-world experiences. Students will discover, and explore their passions which lead to career opportunities and the development of life skills.
Visit www.nnhscte.com to use our interactive CTE Elective Selector tool to find the best fit for you.
Over 60 course offerings allow students the opportunity to explore multiple career pathways, and develop professional skills in a particular area of interest.
- 1.0 CTE credit is required for graduation
- Some courses in the Career and Technical Education Department can receive Science credit
- Several courses provide Dual Credit through the College of DuPage.
Students are encouraged to plan ahead and make purposeful elective choices while considering future college and career goals and interests. Some upper level courses have prerequisites, are scheduled in a block, or are offered only in one semester. Review these details carefully when creating a high school course plan.
The CTE Department offers classes in four subgroups:
Family & Consumer Science
Technology & Engineering Education