The goal of CTE is to prepare students to be career and/or postsecondary ready by emphasizing real world learning experiences that integrate technical knowledge and skills with core academic knowledge.
Scott County Schools offer Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at Scott High School in Agricultural Education, Transportation, Distribution and Logistics (Auto), Business Technology Education, Technology Engineering Education, Architecture and Construction, Human Services (Cosmetology), Health Science Education, and Family and Consumer Science.
Why CTE? Nearly 90% of the fastest growing jobs in the United States require some form of education beyond high school. Almost 80% of all jobs in the foreseeable future will require some type of certificate, credential, postsecondary degree or long term training, though only 40% of these jobs require a four year college degree.