CTE - Technology
Graphic Design 1, Graphic Design 2, Audio/Video Production, Digital Media, and
Dual-Credit (Ranger College) Intro to Computing / BIM 2
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The goal of Career and Technical Education (CTE) is to prepare students to succeed in high demand occupations within the 21st century’s competitive global economy and to provide the student with academic and workplace skills that will allow the individual to successfully enter post-secondary education, the job market, or the military. All students, including special populations and non-traditional populations, have equal access to all of these programs of study. The Early High School Career and Technical Education program helps students explore their potential and also establish future career goals. CTE course academies (pathways) allow students to pursue an interest area. This allows an opportunity for students to choose courses that truly interest them, providing a meaningful connection to the curriculum and school while encouraging high skill attainment in both academic and technical areas. Additionally, most CTE courses offer opportunities for students to obtain industry certification.
1st (8:00 - 8:45) - Belles
2nd (8:50 - 9:40) - Conference
3rd (9:45 - 10:30) - Graphic Design 1
4th (10:35 - 11:20) - Audio/Video Production 1
A Lunch (11:20 - 11:55)
B Lunch (12:15 - 12:50)
5th (12:00 - 12:50) - Graphic Design 2
6th (12:55 - 1:40) - Yearbook
7th (1:45 - 2:30) - Digital Media
8th (2:35 - 3:20) - Dual credit/Online learning
Early High School is an official Certiport® Testing Center. Through the Digital Media Department, we are able to offer certification tests for the Adobe Visual Communication, Video Communication, Web Communication, and Rich Media Communication areas.
You can find more information about each exam, including materials to help study for the exams on Adobe's Educational Resources website.