Whether preparing for continuing education or the workplace, through Career-Technical Education (CTE), students develop their potential for success. CTE includes an array of career preparation programs in the following areas:
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Hospitality and Tourism
Architecture and Construction Information Technology
Arts/AV Technology and Communication Marketing, Sales and Service
Business, Management and Administration Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Education and Training Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN CTE PROGRAMS
LEARN BY DOING!
Lake County Schools has over 100 middle and high school instructional labs where students learn through hands-on activities and experiences that complement their academic classes.
EXPERIENCE EDUCATION PATHWAYS!
A pathway is a sequence of CTE courses that allow students to pursue their interests while further developing their academic and employment potential.
DEVELOP EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS!
CTE students learn valuable workplace skills. CTE programs develop a student's academic and technical knowledge. They also teach leadership development, interpersonal skills and work ethic within an industry-specific context.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Virtually every high school student takes at least one career-technical course;
- Seventy-five percent of students in Lake County complete a career-technical program while in high school;
- One-third of college students are involved in career-technical programs, according to the Office of Vocational Education, a branch of the U.S. Department of Education.