Career Technical Classes

The Simulated Workplace initiative transforms the classroom environment into a viable company workplace. The initiative enhances instructional delivery and changes the culture of career and technical education (CTE). It also permits students the opportunity to take ownership of their individual performance as it impacts the overall success of their education. Students will collect evidence of their work within their company and submit annual reports. The reports will show either growth or decline in the company’s net worth. These reports will be used by the students and instructor to determine what adjustments their company needs to make, if any, to improve profitability.

Automotive Technology

Broadcasting Technology

Accounting and Administrative Support

Careers in Education

Carpentry

Collision Repair Technology

Computer Systems Repair Technology

Criminology

Early Childhood Education

Family and Consumer Science

Graphic Design

Therapeutic Services

Machine Tool Technology

Personal Fitness and Wellness Training