Career and Technical Education (CTE) students learn in real-life working environments. Growing crops, designing apps, building robots, exploring space, preparing gourmet meals, caring for preschoolers, extracting DNA, setting up and managing retail space, earning a rank in JROTC, producing theatrical entertainment, maintaining automobiles, repairing vehicles, and building structures are examples of some of the daily activities offered in our programs. Each CTE program within the district leads to a certification or industry credential. In addition to learning the technical skills for a career, our students learn the employability skills that will make them successful in their future occupations. CTE provides our students the competitive advantage of college and career readiness to further their career goals and become part of the highly skilled workforce of our community, state, and nation.