Welcome to the Career Technical Education Department

  • Career Technical Education (CTE) is an educational experience which incorporates academic learning and the development of technical skills. One year (10 credits) of Career Technical Education is required for graduation.  Two years (20 credits) are encouraged for Career Technical Education pathway completion.  Students participate in classroom presentations as well as perform hands-on experiences in a lab setting.  Study skills and job entry level skills are stressed with emphasis toward the world of work, career decisions, consumer knowledge and opportunities in higher education.  Several of the courses in the Career Technical Education Department have Tech Prep Articulation agreements with the College of San Mateo, Canada, Skyline and West Valley Mission Community College.  Tech Preparation Agreements allow students advanced placement and college credit earned while in high school.  

    Please see the Course Guide for information on the following courses:

    Architecutal Design

    Media Arts

    Video Production

    AP Computer Science A

    Computer Science Principles

    Engineering Technology

    Journalism

    Biotechnology

    Food & Nutrition

    Culinary Arts

    Leadership

    Publications (Yearbook)

    Woodworking

    College Success, Career Planning, and Life Exploration

     

     

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