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4 Pillars of Linked Learning

  1. Rigorous Academics: Students are prepared for college with challenging coursework made relevant through pathways.
  2. Technical Skills: Students receive hands-on training for high-wage employment.
  3. Work-Based Learning: Students participate in internships and job shadows to work in a professional environment.
  4. Personalized Support: Students receive career counseling and supplemental instruction to help ensure success

Career Technical Education

Vision & Mission

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Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous, and relevant Career and Technical Education (CTE) prepares students for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. CTE uses the Linked Learning approach to engage every student in high- quality and relevant education Pathway. In these Pathways, students have some options to take credit-bearing college-level courses that are university admissible upon graduation from high school.

 

Linked Learning is an amazing opportunity for students to have a quality learning experience that is integrated with career awareness, academics, exploration, and experiential opportunities. Linked Learning integrates four (4) core components, or pillars, that are proven to increase student outcomes.

CTE Pathways 2018-2019

 

Arts, Digital Media, & Design

  Digital Media Performing Arts Visual Arts
Y. 1 Photography

Drama 1

Chorus

Guitar

Concert Band

Art 1

3D Design and Sculpture

Y. 2

Graphic Design

TV

Film

Video

Drama 2

Concert Choir

Strings or Jazz

Art 2

Ceramics

Woodworking

Y. 3

3D Animation

Broadcasting

AP Art History

Musical Theater

Show Choir

Symphonic Strings

Ceramics 2

Fine Woodworking 2

Y. 4     AP Studio Art (2D/3D)

 

Business Innovation & Global Entrepreneurship

Y. 1 Business Computer Application
Y. 2 Intro to Business Communications
Y. 3

Business Management

Entrepreneurship

 

Environmental Science & Engineering

  Engineering & Architecture Environmental Science
Y. 1 Intro to Engineering Design Intro to Green Technology
Y. 2 Civil Engineering & Architecture Energy and Environmental Design
Y. 3 Manufacturing, Design, & Development AP Environmental Sustainability

 

Public Service

 

Academy of Justice (AoJ)

Education and Child Development Health Academy (HCA)
Y. 1 Intro to Criminology Developmental Psychology of Children 1 Medical Terminology
Y. 2 Psychology Teach to Learn: Math or Science Kinesiology
Y. 3 Forensics Developmental Psychology of Children 2

Medical Terminology

Medical Assisting Foundation

Prep Therapy- MED OFC

Y. 4 Foundations of Law   Clinical Assisting First Responder

 

*Note: When there are multiple class options for a year, students will pick one class option

Contact Chandra Faist  Chandra Faist Teacher
Contact Nancy Martinelli  Nancy Martinelli Teacher
Contact Justin Moodie  Justin Moodie Teacher
Contact Kim Roy  Kim Roy (760) 901-8200 ex: 8278 Teacher/Health Academy
Contact Paul Ruez  Paul Ruez (760) 901-8200 ex: 8257 Teacher Photography & Animation
Contact Frank Zimmerman  Frank Zimmerman ex: 8258 Teacher/AVCOM