Not every student learns the same way. Career Technical Education (CTE) in Clovis Unified provides an alternative approach that works to help students become college and career ready. In CTE courses, students experience a mixture of classroom instruction along with hands-on learning and industry partnership experiences.
Clovis Unified currently offers a variety of CTE courses at each of its high schools, including such pathways as Education, Construction, Agricultural Science, Patient Care, Food Services and Hospitality, and Financial Services. Students are able to take CTE classes offered at schools other than their home school site.
“CTE programs genuinely connect classroom instruction to practical application and to real-world experiences through rigorous coursework and work-based learning,” said CUSD’s Kristie Wiens, director of Induction and CTE.