Career Studies programs provide high school students (ages 16-21) with entry-level training in a technical area or trade at an alternative learning pace. These programs are designed to provide more customized career instruction and experience in a supportive learning environment. Career Studies programs have a small student-teacher ratio and are taught by certified teachers with substantial real-world experience in their given trade. The smaller class size provides an individualized course of instruction that helps the student to become successful in the world of work.
Information on Center- based programs
- Automotive Services
- Building Trades
- Hospitality & Lodging/Skills, Tasks and Results Training (START)
- Introduction to Employment
- Introduction to Food Services