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Career, Technical & Agricultural Education

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Dr. Krista Webb
Coordinator, Curriculum Support, CTAE and Social Studies

2024-25CareerPathwayOptions.pdf

chart of classes offered at six high schools

 

The Cherokee County School District’s CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education) programs support the Georgia DOE mission to prepare Georgia’s students for their next step after high school. Whether that future includes college, technical school, the military, or a career, CCSD high school students have the opportunity to explore 44 exciting Career Pathways, including automotive maintenance and repair, healthcare services, graphic communications and computer science. Our goal is to respond to and support the expanding workforce needs of our business and industrial partners within Cherokee County by ensuring our students are properly equipped to contribute to that growth.

FOCUS ON THE FUTURE:   CTAE handbook

cover of CTAE handbook

Work-Based Learning

Middle and High School Curriculum Handbook

Georgia Department of Education Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Website

Georgia Department of Education Career Clusters/Pathways Resources

   

Pathway Spotlight

The Cherokee County School District has increased its Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide

The Cherokee County School District has increased its Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide selection of job exploration and preparation electives, to 41 this school year.  Through CCSD Pathway Profiles, we’re profiling each of the three new programs … this profile focuses on the Web Development program offered at River Ridge and Woodstock High Schools. 

River Ridge High School freshmen Kristina Ivanova and Chris Himiob work on a class project as part of the Career Pathway prog

The Cherokee County School District has increased its Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide selection of job exploration and preparation electives, to 41 this school year.  Through CCSD Pathway Profiles, we’re profiling each of the three new programs … this week’s profile focuses on the Sports and Entertainment Marketing program at River Ridge High School.

The Cherokee County School District has increased its Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide

The Cherokee County School District has increased its Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide selection of job exploration and preparation electives, to 41 this school year.  Through CCSD Pathway Profiles, we’ll profile each of the three new programs over the next month … this week’s profile focuses on the Information Technology: Game Design program at Etowah High School.

CCSD Pathway Profile - Work Based Learning

This week’s CCSD Pathway Profile focuses on Work Based Learning, which is offered at all CCSD high schools.  CCSD offers 38 Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide selection of job exploration and preparation electives.  Through CCSD Pathway Profiles, we regularly share highlights with you from one of these programs … 

 

teen girl wearing firefighter gear

 

CCSD Pathway Profile - Agriculture Mechanics Systems image from Creekview HS

 

Pathway Profile - Law Enforcement Services and Criminal Investigations image from Woodstock HS

 

CCSD Pathway Profiles:  Health Science - Diagnostics/Clinical Lab image from River Ridge HS.

 

Pathway Profiles: Healthcare Science - Therapeutic Services and Patient Care - image from Cherokee HS

 

Pathway Profiles - Nutrition and Food Science image from Woodstock HS

 

CCSD Pathway Profiles

The Cherokee County School District offers 44 Career Pathway high school programs, which provide students with a wide selection of job exploration and preparation electives.  Through CCSD Pathway Profiles, we regularly share highlights with you from these programs.  

The Cherokee County School District offers 44 career and technical education pathways for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English Proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12. 

Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:

Rodney Larrotta
Executive Director Administrative Leadership (MS/HS)
1205 Bluffs Parkway
Canton, GA 30114
770-704-4226
Rodney.larrotta@cherokeek12.net