Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares youth and adults for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. We believe the technical, academic and employability skills that students gain in a CTE program through courses, work-based learning, career and technical student organizations and dual enrollment, are essential for college and career success.

The United States is only as strong as its workforce. CTE plays a vital role in developing a well-educated workforce that supports American productivity and innovation. With 10 different program areas to choose from you are sure to find a pathway that will engage your interests.

The Agricultural Education Program is designed to meet the needs of all students interested in agricultural science, business, mechanics, and leadership.

The modern automobile has become a technically complex device to maintain and repair. The technician must call upon knowledge of sound mechanical and electrical principles to service the integrated systems of the automobile.

Construction Technology is a two-year program, which offers study in residential construction. Study includes training for the job market in all areas of the construction phase.

The NRTC Culinary Arts program is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of cooking and food preparation. Culinary Arts is a program for students who are interested in careers in the hospitality industry.

This class is designed for students who have a desire to work in careers involving young children and their families.

This course is designed for students who are interested in expressing themselves visually and digitally. It is impossible to go through a day without seeing countless combinations of words and images on DVD covers, in magazines, on billboards, online, and even inside your kitchen cabinets!

The Health Sciences course is a one-year program for high school juniors and seniors interested in the health care field.

High School of Business is designed much like a college business administration program. Students take approximately one course per semester, beginning with an introduction to business.

Project Lead The Way is the nation's leading provider of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs.

This program allows students the opportunity to learn entry-level welding skills.