• Program Areas

     

    Agriculture Education (Ag)

    Agricultural Education is a systematic program of instruction available to students desiring to learn about the science, business and technology of plant and animal production and/or about the environmental and natural resources systems.

    Business, Finance and Information Technology Education (BFIT)

    Business, Finance and Information Technology Education is a broad, comprehensive curriculum at the middle and high school levels that provides students with meaningful instruction for and about business.

    Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Education

    Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Education empowers individuals to manage the challenges of living and working in a diverse global society. Students develop human literacy as they master a complex set of essential skills and knowledge needed to achieve quality of life.

    Health Science Education (HSE)

    The comprehensive Health Science Education program seeks to meet present and predicted needs for health care workers within a health care delivery system that is characterized by diversity and changing technologies. It is a program that recruits qualified and motivated students and prepares them for pursuit of appropriate health careers.

    Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education (Marketing)

    Marketing and Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education prepares students for postsecondary education and careers in marketing communications, marketing management, marketing research, merchandising, and professional sales.

    Technology Engineering and Design (Tech Ed)

    The Technology Engineering and Design program is designed to provide middle and high school student’s essential and enduring 21st Century skills. It is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program that uses languages, technologies, sciences, engineering and the arts to understand, communicate, and design. The program has three principle curriculum strands.

    Trade and Industrial Education (T & I)

    Trade and Industrial Education is a secondary program to prepare students for careers in 10 of the 16 U.S. Department of Education career clusters. While completing course sequences in these clusters, students participate in instructional units that educate them in standardized industry processes related to concepts, layout, design, materials, production, assembly, quality control, maintenance, troubleshooting, construction, repair and service of industrial, commercial and residential goods and products.

Last Modified on September 13, 2018