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Career Technical Education (CTE)

Our Industry Sectors

Career Technical Education (CTE) in action

More students in action and their work can be seen here

 

High School CTE Courses At A Glance

 

Site Sector and Pathway Courses
CHS

Art, Media, and Entertainment

(Production and Managerial Arts)

 

  • Digital Photography 1 (A-G approved "F") (ROP)
  • Digital Photography 2 (A-G approved "F") (ROP)
  • Video Media Arts (A-G approved "F")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts (A-G approved "G")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts Capstone offered at GOHS
 

Business and Finance

(Business Management)

  • Get Focused! Seminar
  • Business 1
GOHS

Art, Media, and Entertainment

(Design, Visual and Media Arts;

Production and Managerial Arts)

  • Graphic Design (A-G approved "F")
  • Video Media Arts (A-G approved "F")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts (A-G approved "G")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts Capstone
 

Education, Child Care, and Family Services

(Child Development; Education)

  • Child Development and Guidance (A-G approved "G" AND articulated for college credit)
  • Developmental Psychology of Children (A-G approved "G" AND articulated for college credit)
  • Early Childhood Studies (A-G approved "G" AND articulated for college credit)
 

Engineering and Architecture

(Engineering Design)

  • Introduction to Architecture and Engineering Design (A-G approved "F")
  • Civil Engineering and Architecture (A-G approved "G")
 

Fashion and Interior Design

(Fashion Design and Merchandising)

  • Clothing and Construction/Apparel Construction (A-G and Articulation pending)
  • Creative Fashions (A-G and Articulation pending)
  • Fashion Design & History (A-G approved "F")
 

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation

(Food Service and Hospitality;

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation)

  • Culinary Arts 1 (A-G approved "G")
  • Culinary Arts 2 (A-G approved "G")
  • Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Capstone offered at TVHS
 

Marketing, Retail, and Sales

(Marketing;

Entrepreneurship/Self-Employment)

  • Sales and Marketing (ROP)
  • Retail Merchandising (ROP)
  • Virtual Enterprise (ROP)
TVHS

Art, Media, and Entertainment

(Design, Visual and Media Arts;

Production and Managerial Arts)

 

  • Graphic Design (A-G approved "F")
  • Video Media Arts (A-G approved "F")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts (A-G approved "G")
  • Advanced Video Media Arts Capstone offered at GOHS

 

 

Education, Child Care, and Family Services

(Child Development; Education)

  • Child Development (A-G approved)

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Engineering and Architecture

(Engineering Design)

  • Introduction to Architecture and Engineering Design (A-G approved "F")
  • Civil Engineering and Architecture (A-G approved "G")
 

Health Services

(Patient Care)

  • Medical Terminology (ROP)
  • Sports Therapy and Fitness (ROP)
  • First Responder (ROP)
 

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation

(Food Service and Hospitality;

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation)

  • Culinary Arts 1 (A-G approved "G")
  • Culinary Arts 2 (A-G approved "G")
  • Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Capstone

 

 

Transportation and Logistics

(Systems Diagnostics, Service, and Repair)

  • Auto 1
  • Auto 2
  • Advanced Automotive Technology

 

 

 

 

Civil Engineering

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Beginning Robotics (PLTW at VRMS)

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CTE Contacts

Marc Horton, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment mhorton@tvusd.k12.ca.us  or 951.506.7933

Valerie Backus, CTE TOSA/Liaison vbackus@tvusd.k12.ca.us or 951.294.6230

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CTE Mission

The mission of Career Technical Education is to provide industry-linked programs and services that enable ALL students to reach their career goals in order to achieve economic self-sufficiency, compete in the local, state, and global marketplace, and contribute to the economic prosperity of their communities.

 

CTE Vision

The Career Technical Education vision to accomplishing the mission is that CTE will engage every student in high-quality, rigorous, and relevant educational pathways and programs, developed in partnership with business and industry, promoting creativity, innovation, leadership, community service, and lifelong learning, and allowing students to turn their "passions into paychecks" - their dreams into careers.  We will do this by targeting the 11 CTE Essential Requirements and ensuring that they are being met and/or exceeded with clear defined success indicators.  

TVUSD CTE programs prepare students for many of the 15 California industry sectors in our economy, including those requiring university and other post-high school preparation as well as entry level on the job training.  In keeping with the TVUSD mission of
High Quality Teaching and Learning for All,”
CTE prepares students for post-secondary education, the military, the workforce, and life as it teaches the standards for career ready practice.  

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