What is CTE?
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
CTE courses are offered throughout the district at 6 high schools and 4 middle schools. CTE courses are located at each of our buildings which allows students to stay at their home school and still get the education they desire.
Due to the exciting career pathways opportunities in Business & Marketing, Agriculture, Computer & Information Technology, Biomedical Science, Culinary, Construction & Manufacturing, Engineering, Health Sciences, and the Arts, students will receive a rigorous and relevant education on a semester-by-semester basis and may earn college credit and industry certifications.
Articulation agreements with Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC), University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS), Denver University (DU) and Colorado State University, Pueblo (CSU) allow pathways students to potentially transfer high school courses towards college credits, Career Pathways students take college classes that coincide with their Pathway Plan.