Course Credit: There is a rigorous curriculum in all classes that include seatwork and shop experiences. Students who successfully complete their two-year Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program will be awarded eight units of credit. Within the eight units, a student may earn one unit of integrated mathematics and one unit of integrated science credit, which may be used to fulfill the graduation requirement for a third unit of math and science.
Articulation Agreements: Articulation Agreements are partnerships with colleges, both locally and throughout the United States. Students are eligible to earn "college credit" by completing Career and Technical Education Programs upon college entrance. Colleges determine the amount of credits students can earn.
North Country Community College Dual Enrollment: Allied Health, Computer and Business Technology and Health Careers are programs that students are eligible to receive dual enrollment college credits through NCCC.
Certificate of Employability: Students who complete their program and meet all the standards will receive a Certificate of Employability. For further clarification, see the Career and Technical Education Program Requirements chart below.
Career and Technical Education Program Requirements
Technical Endorsement: Technical assessments based on recognized industry and national standards are essential tools in CTE programs. The results of these assessments document student performance based on the most current standards and provides feedback to the schools. Successful completion of a technical assessment is required for a student to earn technical endorsement on the high school diploma, but it is not a requirement for high school graduation. For further clarification, see the Career and Technical Education program Requirements Chart above.