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Career & Technical Education

Career & Technical Education 
        Career and Technical Education provides pathways for students to achieve success through secondary schools and post education. Through pathways and structured training students will learn the skills to be successful in the career or education path of their choice!  Students are given opportunities to participate in student led organizations (CTSO)  that help teach them leadership skills and achieve success on a state and national level. There are coordinators at different High Schools that you can contact with school specific questions and comments. CTE offers classes in different programs. The programs that CTE offers is
  • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
  • Architecture & Construction
  • Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications
  • Business, Finance & Marketing
  • Education & Training
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Health Science
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Each program has multiple pathways that guides students to a particular career or college degree choice. The pathways are recognized when a student graduates and enables them to articulate skills they have learned. 
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The State Office of Education, CTE department has additional resources that can help guide and answer questions. Current contest information can be found at
"Utah at a glance" is a great resource to see how our CTE programs excel.
CTE provides a way for students to prepare for college. The students can work with their counselor and Work Based Learning Coordinator to determine the best classes for their interest and continue their path after they graduate. Through CTE students are given options to explore their likes and dislikes and in some classes earn college credit at a fraction of the price.
Kristy McLachlan
CTE Director
Michael Florence
CTE Specialist
Work Based Learning
Financial Literacy
CTE Shops & Equipment
CTE Coordinators
Ed Johnson - GHS
Liz Dalton - SHS
Brianna Rounds - CLC
Michelle Smith - THS