Career and Technical Education Programs are open to 11th and 12th graders submitting an application. Enrollment in a career center program is based on space available, school attendance, grades and an optional interview with the instructor. All programs are organized into career clusters with suggested high school courses to support student interests. Career Center programs meet a minimum of 120 minutes per day for the entire school year. Some of this learning will occur outside a traditional classroom or lab setting through projects, field trips, work-based learning and community-based activities. Students should be prepared for this project-based learning in order to achieve adequate proficiency and competence in their chosen occupational program.
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