CTE
  • Health Care and Clinical Services

    This course offers an excellent opportunity for exploring the various career options within the healthcare field. Some particular units of study include First Aid, CPR, Vital Signs, Medical Terminology, Body Structure and Function, Health Related Careers, Dental, Animal Health, Dietics, Funeral Services, Each System of the body - nervous system, endocrine system, respiratory system, digestive system, Emergency Health care, Pharmacy....
    If the student completes the 2-course sequence - (Health Sciences I and II) - Two of the four credits may be used as two Science credits toward graduation.

     

    Automotive Service

    This program covers every mechanical facet of an automobile. Specific areas of study include: Engine Maintenance, Transmissions, Brakes, Suspension System, Air-Conditioning and Heating Systems, Safety Standards, and Tool Use.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credits per year.

     

    Construction I and Carpentry

    This course provides the skills that enable the students to compete for jobs in the construction field. Major areas of study include: Basic Safety, Basic Math, Hand & Power tools, Introduction to Blueprints, Laying out a foundation frame, Framing a Floor, Framing a Wall, Framing a Roof, and Finishing the Interior and Exterior of a house.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credits per year.

     

    Early Childhood

    This course is a two-year program that prepares students to be caregivers and teachers of young children. Training prepares students to work in daycare operations, teach young children, and make wise parenting decisions. Students work in the in-school lab, Tiger Care, where they teach and care for preschoolers.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credits per year.

     

    Career Pathways Experience (CPE)

    This course is offered to Seniors. CPE combines work-readiness preparation, related classroom instruction and worksite training. Students gain on-the-job experiences to prepare them for the workforce.
    Course Credit: up to 2 credits are received

     

    Welding I/Advanced Welding

    This program is a two-year instructional program that provides students skills and knowledge related to employment or continued education in the welding field. Advanced Welding includes using mig, fluxcore, and tig welding processes.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credits per year.

     

    Horticulture Science

    In this program students study plant structure, growth, classification, and reproduction. Students learn plant identification, marketing, and landscape design. Students gain hands-on experience in a greenhouse setting. Two credits are earned upon completion of the program each year. Two science credits are awarded upon completion of Horticulture Science II.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credits per year.

     

    Culinary Arts

    This program is a two-year program that prepares students for employment in food service or related occupations placing emphasis on management or ownership. Students gain hands-on training in the Tiger Paw Café.
    Course Credit: 2 Carnegie Credit per year.

     

    Family and Consumer Science

    This course offers students semester classes in Nutrition and Wellness and Family Dynamics.
    Course Credit: .5 credit per course.

     

    Concepts of Agri Science

    This course introduces students to the sciences, technologies, and practices of the agriculture industry. Students receive one science credit for this class.
    Course Credit: 1 Carnegie Credit per year.

     

    Animal Science

    This course offers an intensive study of the animal industry, including traditional livestock and poultry production methods. students must complete Concepts of Agri Science before enrolling and one science credit is received.
    Course Credit: 1 Carnegie Credit per year.

     

    Agriculture Mechanics

    This course includes physical science principles and applications in agriculture. Topics covered are: safety, electricity, hydraulics and pneumatics, diagnostics and preventative maintenance of small engines and metal work. Students must complete Concepts of Agri Science before enrolling and receive one credit for this class.
    Course Credit: 1 Carnegie Credit per year.

     

    S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)

    S.T.E.M. is offered to all ninth-graders and one Carnegie unit of credit is earned. This course includes problem solving, teamwork, system's modeling and career orientation using technologies in laser electronics, CADD, bio-medical, robotics aerospace engineering, and audiovisual.
    Course Credit: 1 Carnegie Credit per year.