Our Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) program offers students a solid foundation to pursue high-tech, high-demand careers. With a choice of different career pathways, from Audio Video and Health Science to Public Safety and Construction, students have the opportunity to earn credentials and college credit in almost any area of interest.
Along with CTAE courses, Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) help students develop leadership skills, participate in community service, and apply skills learned in class in competitions.
February is National CTAE Month and we're proud to highlight some of our awesome CTAE program accomplishments!
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