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Career-Technical Education
Related Documents:
2016-2017 High School Curriculum Guide
Additional Pages:
Curriculum
Career Planning
Career and Technical Student Organizations
Work-Based Learning
What is WorkKeys?
Pathways

About Career-Technical Education

Wilson County Schools provides a strong academic foundation for students. Supporting that academic foundation is a diverse career-technical curriculum in which students are provided opportunities to make classroom instruction relevant to real world situations. Career-Technical Education offers a variety of course offerings in grades 9-12 in the following program areas: Agricultural Education, Business, Finance, and Information Technology Education, Career Development, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Health Sciences Education, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education, Technology Engineering and Design Education, and Trade and Industrial Education.

Expanded course offerings are available for high school students through Wilson Technical Community College. Students receive high school credit as well as community college credit for these courses. Current courses include DC/AC Electricity, Basic Wiring and Welding, Culinary, Legal Studies,and Business.

Middle school students in grades 6-8 can participate in career-technical education curriculum in a variety of ways.  Our middle schools offer classes which explore computer technology, agri-science, business and entrepreneurship, biotechnology, and family and consumer sciences.

Wilson County Schools career-technical education courses provide students with a variety of pathways to complete the required courses for high school graduation and prepare them for the next stage of their lives. Career-Technical Education assists students in making wise educational and career decisions and emphasizes the importance of being lifelong learners. The ultimate goal of Career-Technical Education is for our graduates to become successful in a career and contributing members in society.

Curriculum

Career Planning

Career and Technical Student Organizations

Work-Based Learning

What is WorkKeys?

Pathways

 

 


 

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