Career & Technical Education

  • Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses are essential in enhancing every student's ability to make informed decisions in their multiple roles as citizens, consumers, and professionals. An investment in CTE prepares the student for college and the workforce. CTE courses provide interactive student-centered learning in a modern state-of-the art environment with the support of experienced educators, community business partners, parents, and local universities. With over 70 courses in the CTE department, students may explore many career paths or choose a program that provides depth of study. There are three subareas of CTE—Business, Family & Consumer Sciences, and Tech. Edu. The CTE curriculum is aligned with state, national, and industry standards. One CTE credit is required for graduation.
     

     

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  • Business Department Honors Students of the Month for
    April 2019

     

    The Business Department would like to honor students from each course for hard work, dedication, and demonstrating the school’s mission statement.  The following students are being recognized for April:

     

    • Accounting 1 – Leo Kartsonas and Sean Li
    • Advanced Marketing – Kate Gilfillan, Lizzy Mander, Maddie Bylak, and Ryan Dollear
    • Advertising – Nathan Brinker
    • Animation & Multimedia – Kelsey Clements
    • Business Law – Matt Simon
    • Consumer Education – Grace Vukovich and Jordan Schrom
    • Game Design – Trevor Pavelka
    • Honors College Accounting – Ethan Gray
    • INCubator – Kartik Maheshwari
    • International Business – Neha Gutta
    • Intro to Business – Steven Mander and Lex Slayton
    • Programming 1 – Tim Froelich
    • Tech Edge – Martin Marnauzs
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