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The CATE department offers a wide range of career focused courses giving students the opportunity to explore career interests and learn skills that they will put to use when they enter the work force. Options in the program range from construction and law to early childhood education and graphic design.
CTE Department Chair
The ELAR department offers courses to prepare students for professions such as advertising copywriter, business administrator, editor, film, columnist, lawyer, teacher, and industry/business writer. Courses focus on developing student skills by exposing them to analytical, expository, and persuasive writing, academic and professional communication, and critical reading.
ELAR Instructional Coach
The LOTE department offers courses to prepare students for professions such as airline personnel, armed forces, foreign office/service, communications, import/export, interpreter, sales industry, international banking, missionary, teacher, and tour Guide. Courses focus developing fluency in languages such as American Sign Language, French, Spanish, German, and Latin.
LOTE Department Chair
The Mathematics department offers courses to prepare students for professions such as accounting, actuary, architect, banker, data processor, engineer, financial analyst, researcher, systems analyst, teacher, and investor. The range of courses include applied mathematics, calculus, computer science, and statistics.
Mathematics Instructional Coach
The Science department offers courses to prepare students for professions such as biologist, medical professional, mining, game management, lab technician, chemist, microbiologist, physicist, forestry, researcher, teacher, pharmacist, forensics, and meteorologist. The range of courses include biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, and environmental sciences.
Science Instructional Coach
The Social Studies department offers courses to prepare students for professions such as anthropologist, armed forces, foreign service, historian, writer, psychologist, sociologist, archaeologist, teacher, politician/political analyst, and welfare programs. The range of courses include world geography, world history, US history, and economics.
Social Studies Instructional Coach
The SPED department offers support for students with learning disabilities. The program serves a wide spectrum of students. Services provided range from basic support with study skills and organization to skills needed to live independently.
SPED Department Chair