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Career and Technical Education

Why should our students participate in CTE?

According to a recent Harvard University report, about 90 percent of all jobs require some post-secondary training. However, only 33 percent of all jobs in the US require at least a bachelor’s degree. 57% of US jobs require post-secondary (after high school) training that is less than a bachelor's degree. Only 10% of all jobs require no post-secondary training.

Click Here to watch a great video about the realities of our new economy and where the jobs are and will be.

CTE's Purpose

Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides all students with a seamless education system from public education to post-secondary education, driven by a Plan for College and Career Readiness/SEOP. Through competency-based instruction and hands-on experiences, students obtain certified occupational skills, culminating in further education and meaningful employment. CTE prepares students for careers that are most in demand and that are part of the economic development of the state.

CTE Pathways

Agriculture Pathways

Business & Marketing Pathways

Family & Consumer Science Pathways

Health Science Pathways

Information Technology Pathways

Skilled & Technical Sciences Pathways

Technology & Engineering Pathways

Classes offered in our district

Middle School

6th Grade Introductory Classes

Beginning FACS

Beginning Technology

7th Grade

College & Career Awareness

8th Grade

Foods and Nutrition

High School

Skilled and Technical Sciences

Welding

Cabinet Making

Automotive

FACS

Publications & Resources

New Utah State CTE Website

Check out UtahFutures

This is a state sponsored Career Info System

Contact a School Counselor for more info.