The division of Career and Technical Education will challenge students of all ability levels to develop problem solving, critical thinking, and decision making skills through real world applications. Learning experiences complement and enhance understanding of core academic concepts and help students develop technical, personal, and professional skills needed for future success.
Back Row L to R: Dan Calenberg, John Billerman, Ron Robak, Sarah Marik, Ken Ross, Laurie Foss, Jim Borel, Dave Lyons
Middle Row L to R: Bill Barnum, Ashley McDonough, Rachael Marten, Joe Stolz
Front Row L to R: Wendy Albert, Jill Heaton, Lindsey Goldsmith, Kristen Bartholomew, Katie Diebold
Congratulations SkillsUSA State Qualifiers!
Congratulations to the following students who have qualified and will be competing at the State SkillsUSA Competition and Leadership Conference, April 27-29, 2017 in Springfield. 38 students have ...more
Congratulations DECA State Competitors!
Congratulations to the following DECA students who competed at the state competition in Rosemont, IL on March 10th, 2017.
- Chris Foster and Allison Evans competed in the Automotive Services Marketing
- Ch ...more
Watch our video to learn more about CTE classes and opportunities!
|Start - 4:23||Introduction to the 3 departments, course opportunities and career clusters.|
|4:23 - 7:29||See how our classes provides hands on learning opportunities.|
|7:29 - 10:02||Hear from some of our students about opportunities for real world learning.|
|10:02 - 13:14||Learn about some of the transferable skills that you'll build that apply to a variety of career fields and hear what some of our students are planning to major in.|
|13:14 - 15:16||Learn how our courses add value to your future (Ex: Earn college credit, Professional certifications).|
|15:16 - 20:07||Explore how core academic skills are reinforced through real world learning opportunities. Learn more about STEM and how to fulfill your Consumer Education graduation requirement.|
|20:07 - End||Explore opportunities for extending learning leadership beyond the classroom through student organizations and National Technical Honors Society.|