CTE Department Faculty

  • Welcome:

    Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses give students the opportunity to experience possible career options, become educated consumers, and apply their cross-curricular knowledge and skills to make connections between school and life. CTE prepares students for the world of work and to become lifelong learners. CTE courses encourage students to develop communication skills, leadership skills and problem solving skills while gaining practical experience in a specific career focus. Courses in CTE allow students to foster their own creativity to solve real world problems through project-based, hands-on curricula, and to become active participants in their own learning.

    Our curriculum is designed to foster responsible citizenship by encouraging purposeful research, critical thinking, collaboration, creative problem solving, and helping students to develop effective public speaking, presentation and debate skills. It is our hope that students emerging from our program will show respect for cultural diversity and demonstrate their commitment to the democratic process by being active and informed civic participants.

    To these ends, the department has built an exciting suite of business, family and consumer sciences and technology courses. The menu to the left provides access to teacher, curricular and course information. 

    Career and Technical Education Scope and Sequence:

    Business Education

    • Personal Finance and Real Estate
    • Business Management
    • Marketing
    • Business Law
    • Future Business Leaders I,II,III

    Family and Consumer Sciences

    • Food and Nutrition
    • Culinary Arts/Rams Cafe I
    • Culinary Arts/Rams Cafe II
    • Baking and Pastry Arts
    • Baking: The Art of Making Bread
    • Child Development I, II
    • Honors Individual and Family Development

    Technology Education

    • Introduction to Engineering Design (IED)
    • AP Computer Science (Principles)
    • Digital Electronics (DE)
    • Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA)
    • Engineering Design & Development (EDD)
    • Woodworking I
    • Advanced Woodworking II,III, IV
    • Set Design & Construction
    • Graphic Design and Multimedia
    • Journalism I,II,III
    • Yearbook Design and Publication I,II,III,IV
    • Car Care
    • TV Broadcasting I
    • Advanced TV Broadcasting II,III,IV  

    Advanced Placement in Career and Technical Education:

    For students who have demonstrated intellectual independence and success working with complex texts and concepts, the Career and Technical Education Department provides Advanced Placement courses.