College, Career, & Technical Education Courses

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  • Centennial High School is committed to offering students a variety of educational options to compliment their core curriculum. College, Career and Technical Education (CCTE) programs of study encourage students to take advantage of and explore their individual strengths and how they may align with a rewarding career.

    Students may enroll in one or two CCTE courses each year while taking the most rigorous academic course load they can manage. Engaging in CCTE courses provides high school students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the career world and make informed decisions about post-secondary programs and the credentials needed for the jobs they desire.

    CCTE courses combine a classroom experience with the relevancy of real world application. Classes consist of cutting edge equipment, internships, guest speakers, and business practicums, many of which are available to earn a college credit.

     

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  • Architectural Engineering & Design

  • Cosmetology

  • Criminal Justice

  • Teaching as a Profession

  • Film, TV, & AV Production

  • Health Sciences

  • Information Technology

  • Marketing and Management