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HCPSS Insight: Career and Technology Education

In our HCPSS Insight focusing on Career and Technology Education (CTE), panelists answered questions about preparing students for success in college and careers. Discussions also included the Career Academies and other opportunities for middle and high school students.

Career and Technology Education (CTE) offers courses to students in both middle and high school. CTE programs satisfy the following pathways that students may select for graduation: Career Academy (CTE Completer Program), Career Research and Development Program (CTE Completer Program), and Advanced Technology Program.

Focus on Your Future with the Career Academies

Career Academies offer high school students with similar interests a unique opportunity to prepare for college and entry-level employment in the specific career areas listed below. Each Career Academy offers a recommended sequence of courses, internships, capstone project, or research project related to students’ career goals, and the opportunity to earn college credit and/or industry certification while in high school.

Find the right Career Academy for you →